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Global Markets Update

14 November, 2017

Will CEE currencies continue to track the euro?

We think that Central and Eastern European (CEE) currencies and the euro will weaken against the dollar next year. But we judge that CEE currencies will fall by less, given the prospects for monetary policy.

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