The Q3 2016 outlook for the emerging European economies shows volatility, shaken by the BREXIT vote hitting investor sentiment as well as the financial market. The region is driven by strong domestic demand; however, the political deadlock created by the BREXIT referendum is likely to restrain growth. The Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland are facing slightly subdued growth. Given Turkey's solid ties with the United Kingdom, the voting out of Britain is likely to hamper its political and economic dimensions in 2016. Ukraine is gradually coming back to growth supported by its government’s reform agenda.
Country Coverage – Emerging Europe
• The Czech Republic
Year, Quarter and Month Coverage
• Yearly Data: 2010 – 2020
• Quarterly Data: Q1 2010 – Q4 2018
• Monthly Data: January 2010 – September 2016