The EC’s Economic Sentiment Indicators for Central and Eastern Europe were a mixed bag in October, but the big picture is that sentiment in most countries is very depressed which supports our view that the region as a whole is heading into a recession. Elsewhere, measures of price expectations showed that inflationary pressures remain incredibly strong, and particularly so in Hungary.
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