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Most Hungarians Do Not Want to Receive the Vaccine

Sep 22, 2020

Stagnant health care and curfews are the most worrying for Hungarians about the coronavirus, yet, only a quarter of respondents would ask for the vaccine, and 40% would certainly not inject themselves, a new survey says. 80% of those surveyed fear a second wave of the virus because they only have enough financial reserves left […]

COVID-19 Impact on CEE Region Banks

Sep 16, 2020

Fortunately, a strong banking sector in Central and Eastern Europe faced the constraints of the COVID-19 epidemic. However, there is a lot of uncertainty about the long-term outlook. The regional survey by the consulting firm Deloitte researched how financial institutions see their own future. “It has been several months since the start of the economic […]

Financial Awareness Not Enough to Save Money

Sep 9, 2020

An extensive research on today’s 30s generation shows that they make responsible and conscious decisions about finances, it’s paramount for them to have savings, but only 23% percent of them can save on a regular basis while one in four can't put aside any money. Own real estate is one of the most important forms […]

Increasing Internet Use by the Elderly in Hungary

Sep 5, 2020

Half of Internet users no longer primarily receive information traditional media, but only from the World Wide Web, according to a recent survey by the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH). According to the results just published, almost 70% of seniors use the Internet as much as they watch TV, a market research analyst at […]

Hungarians Optimistic about Vaccine

Aug 11, 2020

According to Hungarians, there will be a vaccine against the coronavirus, and the majority believe that it will be available to everyone in a year at the earliest. 55% of the population would most likely self-administer an approved vaccine. The results of a national representative research commissioned by the Association of Innovative Pharmaceutical Manufacturers (AIPM) […]

Increasing Fruit Prices Adversely Affect Hungarians

Aug 4, 2020

A recent survey shows that half of the population in Hungary could afford to purchase less fruit this year than in the first half of 2019. There are several reasons: tis year was unfavorable for Hungarian fruit production in all respects, while the crisis situation caused by the coronavirus epidemic put the Hungarians in a […]

Resilient Generations Create a More Livable Future

Aug 3, 2020

The Millennium and Z generations are determined and want to build a better future in the face of unprecedented health and economic problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Deloitte's latest research. The results of the 2020 global survey suggest that these resilient generations may play a key role in creating ‘better normality’. In […]

Patients to Become Consumers

Jul 9, 2020

Digitization and the mass emergence of data-based services will fundamentally change the way healthcare operates within two decades, says a global consumer survey on health trends by the consultancy firm Deloitte. Patients will become consumers who are proactive in their own health. They find out what services they can use and then work with their […]

Cash register Figures Not Improving

Jun 26, 2020

In the first half of June, according to cash register data, store revenues were 3.7% lower than before, which is worse than the 2.6% decrease in May. In addition, people bought less in grocery stores, and the jump in online store revenues is also smaller than the April peak. The survey was made for the […]

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How the Pandemic Affects CEE Real Estate Market

Jun 25, 2020

According to a recent survey by Deloitte, almost nine out of ten respondents expect real estate market activity to decline in 2020. Between January and April this year, the perception of the players in the sector changed radically. Although more than half of the respondents expect only a short-term economic impact, 90% expressed a pessimistic […]

Hungarians' Use of Digital Channel Widens

Jun 16, 2020

As a result of the restrictions caused by the COVID-19 epidemic, Hungarian society made progress in the field of digitization in a quarter of a year – progress that otherwise would have taken a year and a half, according to Deloitte Digital’s 1,000-person representative customer survey. Changes in the utilities sector have also significantly transformed […]

Alternative Payments to Cash are on the Rise in Hungary

Jun 15, 2020

More than a third of the Hungarian population has been using less cash since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent representative poll conducted by Pulzus Kutató for One in six people switched to another payment solution because of the coronavirus, but most have replaced traditional payments because of new services, […]

Digital Banking Increasingly Used by Hungarians

Jun 11, 2020

Banking habits have changed significantly changed in Hungary since 2018. Two thirds of those who previously only used a bank branch to manage their account already use a digital channel, and the role of mobile banking has also increased, according to Deloitte Digital representative research. Deloitte Digital has conducted a customer survey on a representative […]

Most Hungarians Do Not Benefit from Free Parking

Jun 5, 2020

Parking in public areas in Hungary has been free – by government decree – since April 5. Although, the government justified the measure by saying that this would make public transport vehicles less crowded, only a small percentage of people seem to benefit from it, according to a new survey. Making parking free is one […]

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Minimal progress in business expectations

Feb 2, 2018

Compared to its historical peak at the end of 2017, GKI’s economic sentiment index advanced in January within the statistical margin of error as a result of a minimal improvement in business expectations and a slight deterioration of consumer expectations.

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