Reuters Polls - A Recent Selection
Reuters Polls, which cover everything from economic indicators to central bank policy to foreign exchange rates and commodity prices, are published on Thomson Reuters premium desktop products such as Thomson Reuters Eikon and Reuters 3000 Xtra in real-time along with detailed data.
Selected news stories like those below will appear on Reuters.com and related websites but with a minimum delay of one hour.
Euro zone growth hopes fade into 2013
Hopes the euro zone economy will regain a firm footing this year have ebbed away and economists polled by Reuters now expect a modest return to growth in 2013, helped by the region's financial firewalls coming into force.
US housing market recovering but price rises seen modest
The U.S. housing market is starting to recover and home prices will see modest growth this year and next, according to a Reuters poll, which also suggested the property market would get little boost from any Fed buying of mortgage-backed debt.
More Fed monetary easing likely on Thursday
Odds are mounting that the Federal Reserve could take action as soon as Thursday to energize a U.S. economy that is struggling to gain momentum in the face of a lackluster labor market and uncertain fiscal policy, according to a Reuters poll.
Britain out of recession in Q3 but more QE coming
Britain will escape from recession in the current quarter but that will not stop the Bank of England from beefing up its quantitative easing programme with another 50 billion pounds in November, according to a Reuters poll.
SNB's cap on franc to stick even as reserves grow
The Swiss National Bank will succeed in defending its cap on the franc's value even if Greece or another country leaves the euro zone, a Reuters poll shows, and it won't have to reinforce its defences as the economy slows.