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CEE yields set to rise further

In contrast to the deceleration across the rest of Europe, the rise in CEE yields in Q1 was bigger than in Q4, driven predominantly by the industrial sector. As the yield gap with the euro-zone is still narrow and valuations are more stretched that suggests that CEE yields will go higher than we previously expected.

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