The growing expectation that interest rates in developed markets will rise further and stay higher for longer than previously anticipated isn’t prompting us to abandon our view that central banks in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) will deliver interest rate cuts before the end of this year. That said, the risks to our forecasts have shifted to those cuts arriving later than we currently expect.
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