Fed QE Tapering Could Keep Eastern Europe Out Of Euro Zone
Central and eastern European countries trying to join the euro zone could suffer a serious setback when the US Federal Reserve begins QE tapering in the near future, according to Societe General’s Cross Asset Research team.
CEE6 countries' intention to join Eurozone
Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania (collectively referred to as . . .
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