Q3 GDP figures out of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) showed a mixed performance across the region, but as a whole CEE economies appear to be past the worst of the downturn. With households’ real incomes rising again after last year’s inflation shock and monetary easing cycles taking shape, we expect a slow recovery over the coming quarters.
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