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Insights from Euromoney’s CEE conference

Europe’s energy crisis, sky-high rates of inflation and Ukraine’s reconstruction were among the biggest topics of conversation at Euromoney’s Central and Eastern European forum in Vienna this week. There seems to be a widespread view now that inflation will remain stubbornly high – something we have argued for some time. But we also think that the extent to which central banks reverse some of their aggressive monetary tightening over the next year risks being underappreciated.

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