The manufacturing PMIs across Emerging Europe for October suggest that industrial activity in Russia remained resilient last month, while industrial sectors in Turkey and Czechia suffered from weak demand conditions. The continued fall in the input and output prices balances in Turkey offer some signs that policy tightening may be starting to have the desired effect.
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