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Investors‘ Confidence Index for Lithuania
ICIL 2022 Q2
Key positive factors
  • 59 percent of surveyed investors evaluate the political environment in the country positively
  • 60 percent of investors had positive expectations about employee wage growth
  • Telecommunication services, transport and logistics infrastructure, and employee knowledge of foreign languages have been identified as the strongest areas
  • Key negative factors
  • 33 percent of respondents express concern about the gap between productivity and wage growth
  • 63 percent of the respondents believe that availability of qualified labor is insufficient or somewhat insufficient in Lithuania
  • Investors are still cautious about the economic outlook for the future
  • Recent news

    15-07-2022

    ICIL: Investors have more concerns about the economic situation in the near future Publication

    Investors‘ expectations are more moderate in this quarter. The value of the index fell slightly last quarter and fell further this quarter again. The results of this quarter reflect investors’ expectations after the start of the war in Ukraine and in the context of other challenging events. The value of the index fell slightly compared to the previous quarter (1.057) and currently stands at 1.025. On the other hand, comparing the value of the index with the same period a year ago, the change is significant. In the second quarter of last year, the value of the index was the highest since 2017. However, when the index value is greater than one, investors have more positive than negative expectations.

    08-06-2022

    Annual Report 2021: Overcoming These Challenges Publication

    Statement of the Chairman of the Board
    Rolandas Valiūnas

    Dear colleagues, esteemed members of the Association,

    As I was preparing to address you again and begin an overview of last year’s Investors ’Forum activities, I returned to the words I wrote last year and a somewhat ironic smile appeared on my face. Last year I noted that we have every reason to remain optimistic. As the pandemic recedes and lives return to more normal, we have an impressive year of recovery and growth ahead.

    15-03-2022

    ICIL: The index reached the value it had after the first quarantine in 2020 Publication

    Investors‘ expectations are more moderate in this quarter. The value of the index fell slightly last quarter and fell further this quarter again. The index reached the value it had after the first quarantine in 2020. On the other hand, the value of the index remains above 1, meaning investors have more positive than negative expectations. At the beginning of the year, the index stands at 1,057 out of a 2 possible. For comparison, the value of the index was 1,139 last quarter. The best-valued areas that strengthen Lithuania’s attractiveness for investment are telecommunications, transport and logistics infrastructure, and employees’ foreign language skills.

    23-11-2021

    ICIL: INVESTORS ARE MORE CAUTIOUS BUT THE VALUE OF THE INDEX REMAINS STABLE Publication

    Although the positivity is not as high as at the beginning of the year, investors’ confidence is still high – the value of the index remains at the before the quarantine level. The value of the ICIL is 1,139 out of 2 in this quarter.

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