Emerging Europe Economics

Emerging Europe Economic Outlook

11 March, 2016

Central Europe set to shine while Russia continues to struggle

We expect the economies of Central Europe (Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic) to perform well over 2016-17. Consumer spending looks set to stay strong, while export sectors will register reasonable rates of growth. Deflation pressures will ease over the course of this year, but monetary policy in the region is likely to remain extremely loose. All told, we expect most economies to record annual growth of 3-4% in the next few years. In contrast, the region’s largest economy

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