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  • The Shortgage of Bulgarians Inside Bulgaria

    posted to Eastern Europe Economy Watch on Sun 24th Feb 13

    Oh, there's a hole in my bucket, dear Liza, a hole......Wenn der Beltz em Loch hat -stop es zu meine liebe LieseWomit soll ich es zustopfen -mit Stroh, meine liebe LieseAccording to Angela Merkel, speaking in the German city of Mainz in mid February, 

  • Eastern European Growth - Coming Rapidly Off The Boil?

    posted to Eastern Europe Economy Watch on Mon 22nd Aug 11

    The latest round of EU GDP data, brought to light a reality which many who have been closely following the economies of Eastern Europe already suspected: that the heavily export dependent economies in the region would almost inevitably be dragged down by the

  • Smoke On The East European Horizon?

    posted to Eastern Europe Economy Watch on Sun 10th Jul 11

    "The market is pricing these sovereigns at much wider levels than where their agency ratings would imply," said Diana Allmendinger, a director at Fitch Solutions.CDS on Italy imply a rating of BBB, five notches below its agency rating of AA-minus. And Spain's

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  • Inflation Free Growth Capacity In The Czech Republic?

    posted to Eastern Europe Economy Watch on Tue 8th Apr 08

    The Czech economy grew in the fourth quarter of 2007 at the fastest pace in almost two years on increased demand for health care and higher public spending on construction works according to the most recent data from the Czech statistics office. Gross domestic

  • Smoke On The East European Horizon?

    posted to Eastern Europe Economy Watch on Sun 10th Jul 11

    "The market is pricing these sovereigns at much wider levels than where their agency ratings would imply," said Diana Allmendinger, a director at Fitch Solutions.CDS on Italy imply a rating of BBB, five notches below its agency rating of AA-minus. And Spain's

  • Romanian Central Bank Raises Rates Again

    posted to Eastern Europe Economy Watch on Mon 7th Jan 08

    Romania's central bank raised its benchmark interest rate today for the second consecutive time after inflation accelerated more than previously expected. The central bank increased its Monetary Policy rate to 8 percent from 7.5 percent.At the last monetary

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  • A Hungarian Waltz On The Wild Side

    posted to A Fistful Of Euros A Fistful Of Euros on Sun 31st Jul 11

    The Hungarian governments much publicised unorthodox plans to cut the country’s public debt level has been attracting a lot of attention of late, both from the media and from the rating agencies. Some observers have been quite positively impressed. Fitch

  • How Near Is The Czech Economy To Recession?

    posted to A Fistful Of Euros A Fistful Of Euros on Sun 25th Jan 09

    The highly open Czech economy is set to slow down considerably, affected by the deteriorating outlook for its main trading partners. Although GDP growth was still solid in Q3 2008, both exports and imports growth slowed significantly. The global crisis is expected

  • How Near Is The Czech Economy To Recession?

    posted to Global Economy Matters on Sun 25th Jan 09

    by Edward Hugh: BarcelonaThe highly open Czech economy is set to slow down considerably, affected by the deteriorating outlook for its main trading partners. Although GDP growth was still solid in Q3 2008, both exports and imports growth slowed significantly.