Polish retail sales grew 6.8% y/y in July, statistics office GUS announced on August 18.
Polish industrial production grew 6.2% y/y in July, data from statistical office GUS showed on August 18.
GDP growth pushed to a seasonally-adjusted 4.4% y/y in the second quarter.
Kyiv was one of the top five biggest decliners in this year’s “Global Liveability Report” by the EIU, with the Ukrainian capital dropping 21.4% in the index over the past five years.
Slovak consumer price inflation jumped in July, expanding to 1.4% y/y, according to data released by the statistics office on August 14.
The Institute of International Finance (IIF) composite index for the Emerging Markets Bank Lending Conditions Survey in 2Q17 showed that while lending conditions in emerging markets (EM) in general have tightened, those in Europe are easing
Affordability makes the Czech Republic’s second city the highest ranked location in the CEE/CIS region on Nestpick’s latest Startup Cities Index.
Hungarian inflation gained a little pace in July as it accelerated 0.2pp to 2.1% y/y, statistics office KSH reported in preliminary data released on August 8.
Estonia's consumer price index (CPI) grew 3.6% in annual terms in July, data from Statistics Estonia showed on August 7.
Czech retail sales growth accelerated to 6.6% y/y (both in adjusted and non-adjusted terms) in June, according to data reported by statistics office CZSO on August 4.
The summer slowdown is here with bond issue volumes dropping off across the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region but still way ahead of last year’s results.
Latvia's calendar-adjusted industrial production grew 7.8% y/y in calendar adjusted terms in June, the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) reported on August 3.
Poland's consumer price index (CPI) grew 1.7% y/y in July, 0.2pp faster than in June, statistics office GUS announced in a flash estimate on July 31.
The Latvian economy grew a seasonally adjusted 4.8% y/y in the second quarter, a flash reading from the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) showed on July 31.
The Lithuanian economy put in another good shift in Q2.
Estonian industrial production expanded 14.5% y/y in June, working-day adjusted data from Statistics Estonia showed on July 31.
Estonian retail sales accelerated growth to 5% y/y, according to data released by Statistics Estonia on July 31.
Latvian retail sales grew a calendar adjusted 3.1% y/y in June, a slowdown on the 3.8% annual expansion recorded the previous month, data from the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) showed on July 28.
Lithuanian retail sales grew an unadjusted 3.4% y/y in June in constant prices, Statistics Lithuania reported on July 27
Poland and Turkey’s stock markets are soaring, up 38% and 35% respectively, making them the best performing markets in the MSCI EM universe. But Russia is in its traditional place of worst performing market YTD, down 15%.