Estonian will be the fastest growing economy in the Baltics this year, the European Commission predicted in its autumn economic forecast released on November 9.
Economic growth in Croatia is set to continue for the rest of 2017 according to the European Commission
Latvia's consumer price index (CPI) grew 2.8% y/y in October, data released by the country's Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) on November 8 showed.
Russian sales of new passenger cars and LCVs accelerate by 17.3% y/y in October, marking the eighth consecutive month of expansion.
Czech consumer inflation climbed to a five-year high of 2.9% in October, the Czech National Bank (CNB) reported on November 9.
Czechia's unemployment rate declined to a new all-time low of 3.6% in October, the Czech National Bank (CNB) reported on November 8.
Despite not receiving any more IMF funds this year, Ukraine's economy is still on track to grow by 2%
The EBRD has upgraded its growth forecast for Belarus' 2017 GDP to 1.5% from 0.5% predicted in May
The food and non-alcoholic beverage group rose 4% y/y and was the main contributor to the annual CPI rise
Borrowing in Russia is becoming more affordable due to falling Central Bank of Russia (CBR) rates sparking a drop in Sberbank's mortgage rates
The assets of commercial banks in Bosnia & Herzegovina now account for 86.4% of Bosnia’s projected GDP
Russia's Consumer Price Index (CPI) in October fell again to an extraordinary low of 2.7% year-on-year down from the already low 3% seen in September, Rosstat statistics agency said on November 7.
The latest projections predict Macedonia's inflation rate will reach 2% in 2018 indicating that the environment of stable prices will be maintained.
Czech industrial production slightly declined in September falling by 0.4% m/m seasonally adjusted terms, but climbed 4.4% y/y.
The latest PMI survey data signalled a weaker start to the final quarter of 2017 for the service sector but business activity still made increases
The stock exchange's main WIG index has gained just over 36.7% in 2017 so far standing at 64,866.57 points at the end of September – equivalent to a 32% increase in annual terms
The annual growth in September adds 0.8pp to the very strong August reading of 12.1% y/y, supporting forecasts that the Latvian economy is shifting to a higher gear in 2017.
The regulator is not intending to reduce the refinancing rate next year and estimates that inflation will be about 6% in 2018
Poland’s PMI fell 0.3 points to 53.4 in October but remained above the 50-point stagnation threshold for the third consecutive year