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U. S. central bank Fed adjusts to data-dependence

  • Mixed data signals magnify uncertainty about the state of the U. S. business cycle
  • On Wednesday, the Fed is unlikely to change its growth and inflation outlook significantly, however, it will be interesting seeing how its expectations about policy changes evolve
  • More patience needed: ECB adjusts to weaker growth momentum
  • Evaluating ECB Taylor Rules

Romanian economy at a crossroads

  • Economic growth slowed to 4.1 % in 2018 and is now more consistent with Romania’s longer-term growth potential.
  • Increasing reliance on household consumption makes Romania’s growth structure rather unbalanced.
  • Household consumption is fueled by a tight labor market and substantial gains in real wages. Yet, productivity growth cannot keep up with rising labor costs deteriorating Romania’s international cost competitiveness.
  • The current account deficit has widened lately and the stock of foreign currency reserves, though remaining stable above 30 bn Euro, is declining relative to imports and short-term external debt.
  • Germany’s growth outlook
  • CEE’s resilience to Euro Area’s growth slowdown
  • Russia’s growth miracle
  • Czech monetary policy normalization loses speed
  • USA: Fed patiently awaits greater clarity
  • Euro Area: No growth rebound occurred in Q4

 

 

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UNIQA Capital Markets Weekly
      

U. S. central bank Fed adjusts to data-dependence

  • Mixed data signals magnify uncertainty about the state of the U. S. business cycle
  • On Wednesday, the Fed is unlikely to change its growth and inflation outlook significantly, however, it will be interesting seeing how its expectations about policy changes evolve

UNIQA Capital Markets
      
  • More patience needed: ECB adjusts to weaker growth momentum
  • Evaluating ECB Taylor Rules

UNIQA Capital Markets Weekly
      

Romanian economy at a crossroads

  • Economic growth slowed to 4.1 % in 2018 and is now more consistent with Romania’s longer-term growth potential.
  • Increasing reliance on household consumption makes Romania’s growth structure rather unbalanced.
  • Household consumption is fueled by a tight labor market and substantial gains in real wages. Yet, productivity growth cannot keep up with rising labor costs deteriorating Romania’s international cost competitiveness.
  • The current account deficit has widened lately and the stock of foreign currency reserves, though remaining stable above 30 bn Euro, is declining relative to imports and short-term external debt.