Oil output fell 3.4% y/y but ore mining grew 15%.
Unemployment down by 0.28 percentage points month-on-month.
Data shows the strength of Polish industry and its resilience to bottlenecks in the supply of raw materials and intermediate goods.
Ukraine’s real GDP increased 2.9% y/y in 8M21, accelerating from a 2.1% y/y growth in 7M21.
Inflation rises to 4.8% y/y in August, after the CPI rose by 3.7% year-on-year in July.
Inflation picks up 0.5pp versus the preceding month to a 20-year high.
In January-August 2021 Belarus' GDP rose by 3%, while the foreign trade surplus exceeded $2bn and beat the record of the year 2013.
Belarus' gold and foreign currency reserves totalled $8,459.9bn as of 1 October, 2021, according to the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus (NBRB) preliminary data, reports BelTA.
In September 2021 the index of consumer prices for goods and services totalled 101.3% as against August 2021 and 107.5% as against December 2020, according to the National Statistics Committee of Belarus.
There were some major changes in the source countries of travellers to the region as the continued coronavirus threat forced people to switch to different holiday destinations.
Consumer prices grew by 4.6% year-on-year in September,
Finance ministry expects government debt to drop to 87.37% of GDP in 2021, after soaring to 103% of GDP in 2020.
Compared to the pre-crisis period January-September 2019, Georgia’s exports increased by 9% to $2.98bn, while imports advanced by only 3.3% y/y to $7.03bn.
The decline in output of automotive industry companies, which accounted for 17% of total manufacturing output in August, accelerated from a 6.7% drop in July.
Romania's automotive industry had been going strong pre-crisis and seemed to recover in late 2020 — only to be depressed by the semiconductor crisis this year.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) downgraded Ukraine’s economic forecast for 2021 to 3.5% GDP growth from 4% in its April prognosis, according to the IMF’s World Economic Outlook (WEO) released on October 12.
Central bank last cut its key rate to 1.25% in March and has so far not joined the shift to monetary tightening.
National Bank of Moldova hiked the refinancing rate in September as inflation soared past its projections.
Non-oil exports drive Russia’s current account balance to a historical quarterly high of $40.8bn in the third quarter, the CBR reported on October 11.
Central bank says rising inflation mostly caused by factors beyond the influence of its monetary policy, namely rising international food and energy prices.