Karnit Flug will probably wait before lowering Israel’s benchmark interest rate again to weaken the shekel, leaving borrowing costs unchanged today in her first meeting as central bank chief, a survey of economist showed.
Israel’s economy will probably expand 3.4 percent this year, less than the central bank forecast, the official statistics office said in its first estimate of 2013 growth.
Poland’s government may do more to reduce the budget deficit and debt than finanacial markets anticipate, Barclays Capital said, recommending investors sell its credit-default swaps.
"Hungary's growth continues to be more resilient than expected."
- Daniel Hewitt on Nov 14, 2014