Economies in Emerging Europe (EE) are particularly vulnerable to a sharp weakening of capital inflows if concerns about the health of the global banking system were to escalate. Investors revised down their expectations for interest rates across EE this week but, if external strains were to intensify, some central banks might be forced to tighten (rather than loosen) monetary policy.
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