The Central Reserve Bank (BCR) has affirmed that leading indicators project
, due to a decrease in primary GDP.
"In June, the indicators show a better performance and point towards a recovery," BCR Economic Studies Central Manager Adrian Armas expressed.
On the other hand, the official informed primary economic activity's indicators posted negative performances, as a result of transitory supply shocks.
He went on to add it might rise 4.9% and 4.5% in the third and fourth quarters, respectively.