The European Commission's Economic Sentiment Indicators for Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) generally rose in November, and suggest that activity in the region has continued to recover in Q4. Meanwhile, the prices balances of the survey ticked up, but still point to further disinflation in the region over the coming months.
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