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Jelena Vukotic is a senior economist at Roubini Global Economics, focusing on the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania. Her areas of expertise include political risk in eastern EU member states, vulnerabilities in the local banking sectors and the regional energy security. Jelena has been quoted by Reuters, Forbes, Deutsche Welle, Emerging Markets and a number of media outlets based in Eastern Europe. Before joining RGE, she worked at the Disarmament and Peace Affairs Branch of the United Nations, and as a journalist for the Serbian political weekly NIN. Jelena holds a master's degree in comparative politics from the London School of Economics and a bachelor's degree from the University of Belgrade.

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Recent Articles by Jelena Vukotic

Our Thoughts

Poland’s rate outlook—EZ QE could push first hike to Q2 2015

Jelena Vukotic April 9, 2014

Our Thoughts

Hungary’s April 6 election — Ruling Fidesz set to win

Jelena Vukotic April 3, 2014

Emerging Europe and CIS

Ukraine-Russia Crisis: Who Is Most Exposed?

Evghenia Sleptsova, Jelena Vukotic and the RGE Research Team March 28, 2014

Our Thoughts

The end to Hungary’s marathon easing cycle – Are we there yet?

Jelena Vukotic March 25, 2014

Emerging Europe and CIS

Hungarian Rate Cuts: Can't Stop, Won't Stop

Jelena Vukotic March 24, 2014

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Poland Outlook: Central Bank to Hold Fire Until 2015

Jelena Vukotic and Jennifer Hsieh March 13, 2014

Our Thoughts

Eastern Europe’s vulnerability to Russian gas cutoffs: reduced but still a problem

Jelena Vukotic March 10, 2014

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Czech Republic Outlook: Central Bank Steers the Recovery

Jelena Vukotic and Jennifer Hsieh March 9, 2014

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Hungary Outlook: Policy-Driven Recovery

Jelena Vukotic and Jennifer Hsieh March 6, 2014

Our Thoughts

The CE-3 economies’ exposure to Ukraine crisis

Jelena Vukotic March 4, 2014

Emerging Europe and CIS

CE-3 Central Banks: No Rush to Start Policy Normalization, Despite EM Tensions

Jelena Vukotic February 16, 2014

Our Thoughts

Hungary’s monetary outlook – Flat January inflation underscores our view of more cuts next week

Jelena Vukotic February 14, 2014

Our Thoughts

CE-3 PMIs: Strong data fail to lift the markets; Hungary to halt its easing spree?

Jelena Vukotic February 3, 2014

Our Thoughts

Eastern Europe: Can it decouple from its emerging market peers?

Jelena Vukotic January 28, 2014

Our Thoughts

Our more dovish outlook for CE-3 rates, despite EM selloff fears

Jelena Vukotic January 23, 2014

Our Thoughts

Hungary’s April elections: Ruling Fidesz set for a win

Jelena Vukotic January 17, 2014

Emerging Europe and CIS

Hungary’s Central Bank to Squeeze in a Few More Cuts in the Post-Taper Era

Jelena Vukotic January 10, 2014

Our Thoughts

Why Latvia’s eurozone entry shouldn’t breed policy complacency

Jelena Vukotic January 8, 2014

Our Thoughts

Yet another policy rate cut in Hungary: January Fed tapering to prevent additional easing

Jelena Vukotic December 17, 2013

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Hungary Outlook: Populist Push for Growth

Jelena Vukotic and Jennifer Hsieh December 16, 2013

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Czech Republic Outlook: Let the Currency Wars Begin

Jelena Vukotic and Jennifer Hsieh December 16, 2013

Our Thoughts

The Czech ruling coalition agreement: Tax issue pushed down the road

Jelena Vukotic December 12, 2013

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Poland Outlook: Regional Powerhouse Making a Comeback

Jelena Vukotic and Jennifer Hsieh December 11, 2013

Our Thoughts

Czech inflation data and the lagged effect of the central bank’s FX interventions

Jelena Vukotic December 10, 2013

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Emerging Europe Outlook: Two Tracks Persist

Jelena Vukotic, Rachel Ziemba, Maya Senussi, Jennifer Hsieh and Evghenia Sleptsova December 5, 2013

Our Thoughts

Poland central bank’s monetary policy meeting – rates on hold until mid-2014

Jelena Vukotic December 4, 2013

Our Thoughts

The CE-3’s robust PMI prints and our upcoming forecast revisions

Jelena Vukotic December 2, 2013

Our Thoughts

The Czech central bank’s koruna sale – Chronicle of an intervention foretold

Jelena Vukotic November 7, 2013

Our Thoughts

Hungary’s extended FX mortgage aid plan – positive, contrary to expectations

Jelena Vukotic November 5, 2013

Emerging Europe and CIS

EM Europe’s Busy Electoral Calendar: Policy Complacency to Heighten Risks

Jelena Vukotic, Maya Senussi and Rachel Ziemba November 5, 2013

Our Thoughts

Poland’s October manufacturing data – new export orders go through the roof

Jelena Vukotic November 4, 2013

Emerging Europe and CIS

Eastern Europe: Fed's Dovishness Keeps Monetary Policy Loose for Longer

Jelena Vukotic and Jennifer Hsieh October 30, 2013

Our Thoughts

The Czech elections and unlikely coalition partners

Jelena Vukotic October 28, 2013

Our Thoughts

Softer Czech inflation and speculation on the central bank’s koruna sales

Jelena Vukotic October 9, 2013

Our Thoughts

Comparing our Emerging Europe forecast against the IMF’s October WEO figures

Jelena Vukotic October 8, 2013

Our Thoughts

The CE-3's rosy PMI prints and strengthening recovery

Jelena Vukotic October 2, 2013

Our Thoughts

The Czech Republic's October 25-26 snap elections and the end of the austerity mantra

Jelena Vukotic September 30, 2013

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Emerging Europe Outlook: Divided by Financing

Rachel Ziemba, Jelena Vukotic, Maya Senussi, Evghenia Sleptsova and Ibrahim Gassambe September 30, 2013

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Poland Outlook: Recovery Gaining Traction

Jelena Vukotic, Jennifer Hsieh and Ibrahim Gassambe September 26, 2013

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Czech Republic Outlook: New Government, Same Policy

Jelena Vukotic and Jennifer Hsieh September 25, 2013

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Hungary Outlook: Rate-Cutting Spree Set to Go Into Reverse

Jelena Vukotic, Jennifer Hsieh and Hao Wang September 25, 2013

Our Thoughts

The limits of the Hungarian central bank’s rate-cutting spree

Jelena Vukotic September 24, 2013

Our Thoughts

Why speculation of a snap election in Poland is ill-founded

Jelena Vukotic September 17, 2013

Emerging Europe and CIS

Thanks, but No Thanks: Eastern Europe Puts Eurozone Ambitions on Hold

Jelena Vukotic, Liza Reiderman and Ibrahim Gassambe September 10, 2013

Our Thoughts

Poland’s pension overhaul and its implications

Jelena Vukotic September 9, 2013

Our Thoughts

Hungary’s Q2 GDP data—populist policies drive a shift in growth drivers

Jelena Vukotic September 4, 2013

Our Thoughts

Hungary’s rate-setting meeting tomorrow – Small cuts this year, bigger hikes next year

Jelena Vukotic August 26, 2013

Our Thoughts

Poland’s answer to QE fears? Expanding central bank’s arsenal to include QE-style tools

Jelena Vukotic August 21, 2013

Our Thoughts

The implications of the Czech snap elections and the incoming government’s policy course

Jelena Vukotic August 19, 2013

Our Thoughts

The latest Polish CPI and GDP figures, and policy-rate normalization in 2014

Jelena Vukotic August 15, 2013

Our Thoughts

The softer inflation and growth outlook in the Czech Republic and increasing risk of currency interventions

Jelena Vukotic August 13, 2013

Our Thoughts

Hungarian central bank’s foray into forward guidance and more aggressive easing

Jelena Vukotic July 24, 2013

Our Thoughts

Hungary’s Tuesday rate decision and markets’ converging to our view of policy normalization in 2014

Jelena Vukotic July 22, 2013

Our Thoughts

Looser fiscal discipline in Poland

Jelena Vukotic July 17, 2013

Our Thoughts

The eurozone banking union – a view from the EU’s eastern flank

Jelena Vukotic July 9, 2013

Our Thoughts

The end of Poland’s easing cycle

Jelena Vukotic July 3, 2013

Our Thoughts

Croatia’s EU entry amid somber mood

Jelena Vukotic July 1, 2013

Our Thoughts

Hungary’s rate decision tomorrow—what comes down must go up

Jelena Vukotic June 24, 2013

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Emerging Europe Outlook: Turning a Corner

Rachel Ziemba, Jelena Vukotic, Peter Jones and Ibrahim Gassambe June 24, 2013

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Hungary Outlook: The Promise and Peril of Orbanomics

Jelena Vukotic, Jennifer Hsieh and Peter Jones June 21, 2013

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Czech Republic Outlook: Turning the Corner

Jelena Vukotic, Jennifer Hsieh and Peter Jones June 19, 2013

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Poland Outlook: Slower Growth, Bigger Rate Cuts

Jelena Vukotic, Jennifer Hsieh, Ibrahim Gassambe and Peter Jones June 18, 2013

Our Thoughts

Political upheaval in the Czech Republic (and the market's yawn)

Jelena Vukotic June 17, 2013

Our Thoughts

Whether asset selloff in Eastern Europe will force monetary policy makers to pause

Jelena Vukotic June 13, 2013

Our Thoughts

Declining Czech inflation and the possibility of central bank currency interventions

Jelena Vukotic June 10, 2013

Our Thoughts

The Czech floods and a mixed bag of economic data

Jelena Vukotic June 5, 2013

Our Thoughts

Poland’s PMI data, monetary policy and growth prospects

Jelena Vukotic June 3, 2013

Our Thoughts

Hungary’s EDP exit and policy rate hitting new lows

Jelena Vukotic May 28, 2013

Our Thoughts

Hungary’s banks deleveraging and impact on real economy

Jelena Vukotic May 21, 2013

Our Thoughts

Bulgaria’s difficult post-election calculus

Jelena Vukotic May 14, 2013

Our Thoughts

Hungary’s new round of fiscal adjustments

Jelena Vukotic May 13, 2013

Emerging Europe and CIS

Hungary’s 2014 Election Scenarios: Unorthodox Policy Course (Dis)Continued?

Jelena Vukotic May 6, 2013

Our Thoughts

Why weaker currency doesn’t seem to help recession-hit Czech economy

Jelena Vukotic May 1, 2013

Our Thoughts

A resumption of the easing cycle in Poland

Jelena Vukotic May 1, 2013

Our Thoughts

Hungary ruling party’s strong lead in the polls

Jelena Vukotic April 22, 2013

Our Thoughts

Poland’s policy rate outlook: on hold with a dovish bias

Jelena Vukotic April 10, 2013

Our Thoughts

More drama surrounding Hungary’s central bank

Jelena Vukotic April 8, 2013

Our Thoughts

The Hungary central bank's upcoming press conference–stay tuned for a possible unconventional twist

Jelena Vukotic April 3, 2013

Our Thoughts

March CE-3 manufacturing data

Jelena Vukotic April 2, 2013

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Czech Republic Outlook: Year of Stagnation, Fears of Deflation

Jelena Vukotic and Jennifer Hsieh April 2, 2013

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Emerging Europe Outlook: Another Rebuilding Year

Rachel Ziemba, Jelena Vukotic and Ibrahim Gassambe March 29, 2013

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Poland Outlook: Shift to More Supportive Policy as Growth Stumbles

Jelena Vukotic, Jennifer Hsieh and Ibrahim Gassambe March 27, 2013

Our Thoughts

The Czech central bank’s meeting and the possibility of FX market interventions

Jelena Vukotic March 27, 2013

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Hungary Outlook: More Tricks Up Orban’s Sleeve

Jelena Vukotic and Jennifer Hsieh March 25, 2013

Our Thoughts

Hungary's new round of unorthodox policy measures

Jelena Vukotic March 21, 2013

Emerging Europe and CIS

Bulgaria Trip Report: Political Tensions Underscore Long-Term Growth Challenges

Nouriel Roubini and Jelena Vukotic March 18, 2013

Our Thoughts

The Hungarian forint hitting a 10-month low

Jelena Vukotic March 11, 2013

Our Thoughts

The end of the easing cycle in Poland

Jelena Vukotic March 6, 2013

Our Thoughts

Why the Polish central bank will hold its fire on March 6

Jelena Vukotic March 4, 2013

Our Thoughts

Hungary's new central bank governor

Jelena Vukotic March 1, 2013

Our Thoughts

Why hopes of a swift economic rebound in Poland might be premature

Jelena Vukotic February 26, 2013

Our Thoughts

Hungary’s monetary policy and political encroachment

Jelena Vukotic February 22, 2013

Our Thoughts

Bulgaria’s government collapse

Jelena Vukotic February 20, 2013

Our Thoughts

Q4 GDP flash estimates in Hungary and the Czech Republic

Jelena Vukotic February 15, 2013

Our Thoughts

Hungary’s dollar bond auction

Jelena Vukotic February 12, 2013

Our Thoughts

Why Poland and Hungary cannot follow the Czech Republic's lead in zero rates

Jelena Vukotic February 7, 2013

Our Thoughts

The Polish central bank’s February 6 meeting

Jelena Vukotic February 1, 2013

Our Thoughts

Hungary and Romania’s diverging policy paths

Jelena Vukotic January 30, 2013

Central Bank Watch

Magyar Nemzeti Bank: Contemplating Deeper Cuts

Jelena Vukotic January 29, 2013

Emerging Europe and CIS

Hungary's Central Bank Leadership Change: Will Monetary Policy Take an Unconventional Turn?

Jelena Vukotic January 28, 2013

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Romania Outlook: Hitting the Reset Button

Jennifer Hsieh and Jelena Vukotic January 25, 2013

Our Thoughts

RGE did not drive recent Hungarian forint slide; currency will continue to feel heat

Jelena Vukotic January 14, 2013

Our Thoughts

The Polish rate cut

Jelena Vukotic January 9, 2013

Emerging Europe and CIS

Romania: Banking on EU Funds

Petar Atanasov and Jelena Vukotic October 12, 2012

Central Bank Watch

National Bank of Poland: Still Behind the Curve

Jelena Vukotic October 4, 2012

Emerging Europe and CIS

Hungary and the IMF: Deal or No Deal?

Jelena Vukotic and Danya Li Churanek October 4, 2012

Central Bank Watch

Czech National Bank: Zero-Bound Policy Rate

Jelena Vukotic September 28, 2012

Central Bank Watch

Magyar Nemzeti Bank: Cutting Rates Despite the IMF Loan Deal Hold-Up

Jelena Vukotic September 26, 2012

Emerging Europe and CIS

Eastern Europe: Grasping for a New Growth Model Against EZ Headwinds

Jelena Vukotic September 26, 2012

Emerging Europe and CIS

Central Bank Doves Gain Upper Hand in Eastern Europe

Jelena Vukotic September 21, 2012

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Czech Republic Outlook: The Fiscal Consolidation Quandary

Jelena Vukotic, Danya Li Churanek and Natalia Gurushina September 17, 2012

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Hungary Outlook: IMF Aid Deal Still Up in the Air

Jelena Vukotic and Natalia Gurushina September 17, 2012

Central Bank Watch

National Bank of Poland: Turning Dovish

Jelena Vukotic September 17, 2012

Central Bank Watch

Magyar Nemzeti Bank: More Cuts in the Offing

Jelena Vukotic September 16, 2012

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Poland Outlook: Star Performer Succumbs to EZ Chills

Jelena Vukotic, Danya Li Churanek and Natalia Gurushina September 14, 2012

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Emerging Europe Outlook: ECB Grants a Temporary Reprieve

Jelena Vukotic, Rachel Ziemba and Ibrahim Gassambe September 14, 2012

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Romania Outlook: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

Jelena Vukotic September 11, 2012

Our Thoughts

Polish central bank’s decision to keep the rates on hold

Jelena Vukotic September 5, 2012

Emerging Europe and CIS

Poland’s Disappointing Q2 GDP: NBP to Pull the Trigger, Steepening Local Yield/Swap Curves

Jelena Vukotic August 31, 2012

Emerging Europe and CIS

Hungary: MNB Pulls the Trigger

Jelena Vukotic August 30, 2012

Central Bank Watch

Magyar Nemzeti Bank: Jumping the Gun

Jelena Vukotic August 29, 2012

Emerging Europe and CIS

Emerging Europe: Weak Flash Q2 GDP Data to Support Monetary Easing

Jelena Vukotic August 16, 2012

Emerging Europe and CIS

Emerging Europe: IMF Visits Bring Back Reality

Jelena Vukotic and Rachel Ziemba August 14, 2012

Central Bank Watch

Czech National Bank: The Easing Cycle Is Not Over

Jelena Vukotic August 6, 2012

Emerging Europe and CIS

Romania: Choppy Political Waters Ahead

Jelena Vukotic July 31, 2012

Our Thoughts

ECB’s opinion on Hungary’s financial transaction tax

Jelena Vukotic July 25, 2012

Emerging Europe and CIS

Hungary: New Set of Unorthodox Measures Bode Ill for EU-IMF Loan Talks

Jelena Vukotic July 20, 2012

Economic Research

Emerging Europe: Weak PMIs Support Rate-Cutting Expectations

Jelena Vukotic and Rachel Ziemba July 6, 2012

Emerging Europe and CIS

Czech Republic: The CNB Awakens

Jelena Vukotic June 29, 2012

Central Bank Watch

Czech National Bank: Ready for the Easing Cycle

Jelena Vukotic June 15, 2012

Central Bank Watch

Magyar Nemzeti Bank: Eying Cuts, but Not Before IMF Loan Deal

Jelena Vukotic June 15, 2012

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Czech Republic Outlook: Moving Sideways

Jelena Vukotic and Natalia Gurushina June 13, 2012

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Emerging Europe Outlook: EZ Spillovers Mount

Jelena Vukotic, Rachel Ziemba and Ibrahim Gassambe June 13, 2012

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Hungary Outlook: More Austerity, Less Growth

Jelena Vukotic and Natalia Gurushina June 11, 2012

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Poland Outlook: Soccer Boost to Cushion Economic Slowdown

Jelena Vukotic and Natalia Gurushina June 11, 2012

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Romania Outlook: In the Greek Firing Line

Jelena Vukotic June 8, 2012

Economic Research

Poland: The Year of Two Halves

Jelena Vukotic June 8, 2012

Economic Research

Eastern Europe: In the Eye of the EZ Banks’ Deleveraging Storm

Jelena Vukotic May 25, 2012

Economic Research

Czech Republic: Weak Q1 GDP Bolsters the CNB Doves

Jelena Vukotic May 18, 2012

Economic Research

Poland: NBP—The Anti-Inflation Crusader

Jelena Vukotic May 11, 2012

Central Bank Watch

National Bank of Poland: The Anti-Inflation Crusader

Jelena Vukotic May 10, 2012

Economic Research

Would CE-3 Central Banks Care About an Oil Price Shock?

Jelena Vukotic and Danya Li Churanek April 12, 2012

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Romania Outlook: It Will Get Worse Before It Gets Better

Jelena Vukotic March 19, 2012

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Poland Outlook: Still Outperforming the Region

Jelena Vukotic March 19, 2012

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Czech Republic Outlook: Still in the Slow Lane

Jelena Vukotic March 16, 2012

Central Bank Watch

Magyar Nemzeti Bank: A Dovish Shift

Jelena Vukotic March 13, 2012

Central Bank Watch

National Bank of Poland: Entering an Easing Cycle in Q4

Jelena Vukotic March 13, 2012

Central Bank Watch

Czech National Bank: Rate Cut in the Pipeline

Jelena Vukotic March 13, 2012

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Hungary Outlook: A Milder Recession

Jelena Vukotic March 12, 2012

Economic Research

Hungary Central Bank’s Liquidity Measures: Going Unconventional

Jelena Vukotic February 23, 2012

Central Bank Watch

Magyar Nemzeti Bank: A Temporary Halt in the Tightening Cycle

Jelena Vukotic February 9, 2012

Central Bank Watch

National Bank of Poland: Holding Off on Easing in 2012

Jelena Vukotic February 9, 2012

Central Bank Watch

Czech National Bank: Turning More Dovish

Jelena Vukotic February 9, 2012

Economic Research

Romanian Government Reshuffle: New Faces, Same Policy Course

Jelena Vukotic February 8, 2012

Economic Research

EZ Banks Retreat from Eastern Europe: Auf Wiedersehen! Muah, Muah

Jelena Vukotic February 6, 2012

Economic Research

Hungary’s Policy Gamble: From Bad to Worse

Jelena Vukotic December 28, 2011

Central Bank Watch

National Bank of Poland: December Update

Jelena Vukotic December 15, 2011

Central Bank Watch

Magyar Nemzeti Bank: December Update

Jelena Vukotic December 15, 2011

Central Bank Watch

Czech National Bank: December Update

Jelena Vukotic December 15, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Emerging Europe Outlook: Hit by the EZ

Jelena Vukotic and Rachel Ziemba December 12, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Hungary Outlook: Sinking Into Recession

Jelena Vukotic December 9, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Romania Outlook: Good News, Bad News

Jelena Vukotic December 6, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Czech Republic Outlook: Shifting to Stall Speed

Jelena Vukotic December 5, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Poland Outlook: Resilient, but Only for So Long

Jelena Vukotic December 2, 2011

Central Bank Watch

Czech National Bank: November Update

Jelena Vukotic November 17, 2011

Central Bank Watch

Magyar Nemzeti Bank: November Update

Jelena Vukotic November 17, 2011

Central Bank Watch

National Bank of Poland: November Update

Jelena Vukotic November 17, 2011

Economic Research

Eastern European Banks: Funding Crisis Reprised?

Jelena Vukotic November 8, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Romania Outlook Update: Nascent Recovery at Risk

Jelena Vukotic September 19, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Emerging Europe and CIS Outlook Update: Weaker Growth Across the Region

Rachel Ziemba, Jelena Vukotic and David Rogovic September 16, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Hungary Outlook Update: External Headwinds Intensify

Jelena Vukotic September 16, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Czech Republic Outlook Update: Regional Safe Haven, but Not Immune to Slowdown

Jelena Vukotic September 16, 2011

Economic Research

Hungary: Fixing the FX-Debt, Breaking the Banks?

Jelena Vukotic September 14, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Hungary Outlook Update: Looming Slowdown

Jelena Vukotic August 30, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Czech Republic Outlook Update: Growth Picture Turns Bleaker

Jelena Vukotic August 17, 2011

Economic Research

Hungary's FX Blues: Local Governments Under the Spotlight

Jelena Vukotic August 8, 2011

Economic Research

Eastern Europe: Fallout from Italy’s Debt Concerns

Jelena Vukotic and David Rogovic July 19, 2011

EconoMonitor

Czech Government Squabbles: Much Ado about Nothing?

Jelena Vukotic June 29, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Central Europe Outlook Update: Austerity Bites

David Rogovic and Jelena Vukotic June 17, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Hungary Outlook Update: Bumpy Road Ahead

Jelena Vukotic June 16, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Czech Republic Outlook Update: It's All About Exports

Jelena Vukotic June 13, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Romania Outlook Update: Finally Out of Recession

Jelena Vukotic June 6, 2011

Economic Research

Eastern Europe Banking: Wary of Eurozone Debt Jitters

Jelena Vukotic May 26, 2011

Economic Research

CE-3 Fiscal Consolidation Efforts: No Shortcuts

Jelena Vukotic and David Rogovic May 12, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Hungary Outlook Update: Inflation Conundrum

Jelena Vukotic April 20, 2011

Economic Research

Hungary’s Troubled Banks: FX Lending Challenge

Jelena Vukotic April 7, 2011

Economic Research

Emerging Europe: Nuclear Renaissance Still On Track

Jelena Vukotic March 24, 2011

Economic Research

Eastern Europe: Are Higher Commodity Prices a Monetary Policy Game-Changer?

Jelena Vukotic and David Rogovic March 20, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Czech Republic: Costs and Benefits of Fiscal Adjustment

Jelena Vukotic March 18, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Central Europe Outlook: Externally Driven Growth and Inflation

David Rogovic and Jelena Vukotic March 18, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Romania: Improving, But a Long Way to Go

Jelena Vukotic March 18, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Emerging Europe & CIS Outlook: Leaders and Laggards

David Rogovic, Jelena Vukotic and Rachel Ziemba March 18, 2011

Economic Research

Czech Republic: Monetary Policy—Bucking the Trend

Jelena Vukotic March 11, 2011

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Hungary Outlook: Betting on the German Export Machine

Jelena Vukotic March 10, 2011

Economic Research

Hungary’s Fiscal Consolidation: The Importance of Being Earnest

Jelena Vukotic March 4, 2011

Economic Research

Romania: Resurrecting External Imbalances

Jelena Vukotic February 18, 2011

Economic Research

Hungary: Is the Government About to Make a Fiscal U-Turn?

Jelena Vukotic February 11, 2011

Economic Research

Czech Republic: Manufacturing PMI Points to Stronger Growth in 2011

Jelena Vukotic February 4, 2011

Economic Research

CE-3 Monetary Policy: The Return of the Hawks

Jelena Vukotic and David Rogovic January 25, 2011

EconoMonitor

Hungarys Exports Offset Anemic Domestic Demand

Jelena Vukotic January 14, 2011

Economic Research

Hungary: Exports Offset Anemic Domestic Demand

Jelena Vukotic January 13, 2011

Economic Research

Central and Eastern Europe: Pension Reform Pains

Jelena Vukotic December 17, 2010

Economic Research

Hungary: Dubious Reform Course Opens Ways to Further Downgrade

Jelena Vukotic and Mary Stokes December 9, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Southeast Europe: 2011 Outlook

Jelena Vukotic December 6, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Bulgaria: 2011 Outlook

Jelena Vukotic December 6, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Croatia: 2011 Outlook

Jelena Vukotic December 6, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Romania: 2011 Outlook

Jelena Vukotic December 6, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Serbia: 2011 Outlook

Jelena Vukotic December 6, 2010

Economic Research

Bulgaria: Exports Go Through the Roof

Jelena Vukotic November 18, 2010

Economic Research

Romania’s Debt-Selling Tactic: Short-Term Gains, Long-Term Pain

Jelena Vukotic November 8, 2010

Economic Research

Romania: Not a Favored Destination for Capital Flows

Jelena Vukotic October 28, 2010

Economic Research

Serbia: Rising Inflation Brings Rate Hike

Jelena Vukotic October 14, 2010

Economic Research

Romania’s Autumn of Discontent: No Stomach for IMF-Driven Austerity Measures?

Jelena Vukotic October 3, 2010

Economic Research

Romania: Policy Rate on Hold, but Political Risk Looms

Jelena Vukotic September 30, 2010

Economic Research

Poland: Facing a Gas Crunch?

Jelena Vukotic September 24, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Southeast Europe: September 2010 Outlook Update

Jelena Vukotic September 9, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Croatia: September 2010 Outlook Update

Jelena Vukotic September 9, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Romania: September 2010 Outlook Update

Jelena Vukotic September 9, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Bulgaria: September 2010 Outlook Update

Jelena Vukotic September 9, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Serbia: September 2010 Outlook Update

Jelena Vukotic September 9, 2010

Economic Research

Europe Weekly Spotlight: EZ Corporate Credit Conditions; Inflation Risks in Russia

Elisa Parisi-Capone, Katharina Jungen, Rachel Ziemba, David Rogovic, Mikko Forss and Jelena Vukotic July 30, 2010

Economic Research

Europe Weekly Spotlight: Markets Worry About Ireland; Bulgaria Hedges Energy Bets

Katharina Jungen, Mary Stokes, David Rogovic, Jelena Vukotic, Parul Walia and Mikko Forss July 23, 2010

Economic Research

Europe Weekly Spotlight: Germany Peaks; Slovakia Relents; UK House Price Indexes Diverge

Katharina Jungen, Jelena Vukotic, Mary Stokes, Elisa Parisi-Capone, Mikko Forss and Parul Walia July 16, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Serbia: Q3 2010 Outlook

Jelena Vukotic July 11, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Southeast Europe: Q3 2010 Outlook

Jelena Vukotic July 9, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Croatia: Q3 2010 Outlook

Jelena Vukotic July 9, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Bulgaria: Q3 2010 Outlook

Jelena Vukotic July 9, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Romania: Q3 2010 Outlook

Jelena Vukotic July 9, 2010

Economic Research

Europe Weekly Spotlight: Multi-Speed Eurozone Recovery; Strong UK Gilts; Confident Nordics

Elisa Parisi-Capone, Parul Walia, Eric Persson, Mary Stokes, Jelena Vukotic and David Rogovic July 9, 2010

Economic Research

Europe Weekly Spotlight: Merkel’s Worries Increase; Romania Ceases Monetary Easing

Elisa Parisi-Capone, Katharina Jungen, Parul Walia, Jelena Vukotic and David Rogovic July 2, 2010

Economic Research

Europe Weekly Spotlight

Mary Stokes, Elisa Parisi-Capone, Katharina Jungen, Mikko Forss, Parul Walia and Jelena Vukotic June 18, 2010

Economic Research

The Greek Government’s Scylla and Charybdis: Debt Woes and Political Uncertainty

Jelena Vukotic May 26, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Bulgaria: Q2 2010 Outlook

Jelena Vukotic April 11, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Romania: Q2 2010 Outlook

Jelena Vukotic April 11, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Southeast Europe: Q2 2010 Outlook

Jelena Vukotic April 11, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Croatia: Q2 2010 Outlook

Jelena Vukotic April 11, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Serbia: Q2 2010 Outlook

Jelena Vukotic April 11, 2010

Economic Research

Poland's Lost Leaders: Political and Macro Fallout

Mary Stokes and Jelena Vukotic April 10, 2010

Economic Research

Latvia: Crisis Again Rears its Ugly Head

Mary Stokes and Jelena Vukotic March 19, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Bulgaria: Q1 2010 Outlook

Jelena Vukotic January 29, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Croatia: Q1 2010 Outlook

Jelena Vukotic January 29, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Serbia: Q1 2010 Outlook

Jelena Vukotic January 29, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

South East Europe: Q1 2010 Outlook

Jelena Vukotic January 29, 2010

Global Macro-Market Outlook

Ukraine: Q1 2010 Outlook

Kavitha Cherian and Jelena Vukotic January 29, 2010

Economic Research

Ukraine – Russia Winter Gas Showdowns: No Money, No Gas

Jelena Vukotic December 15, 2009

Economic Research

Eastern Europe: Out of the Danger Zone?

Mary Stokes and Jelena Vukotic October 20, 2009

Economic Research

Greece Economic Outlook, Q4 2009

Jelena Vukotic October 6, 2009

Economic Research

South East Europe Economic Outlook, Q4 2009

Jelena Vukotic October 6, 2009

Economic Research

Croatia Economic Outlook, Q4 2009

Jelena Vukotic October 6, 2009

Economic Research

Serbia Economic Outlook, Q4 2009

Jelena Vukotic October 6, 2009

Economic Research

Ukraine Economic Outlook, Q4 2009

Kavitha Cherian & Jelena Vukotic October 6, 2009

Economic Research

Turkey's EU Dreams and European Energy Security: In the Pipeline?

Jelena Vukotic September 9, 2009

Economic Research

Croatia Economic Outlook, Q3 2009

Mary Stokes & Jelena Vukotic July 23, 2009

Economic Research

Serbia Economic Outlook, Q3 2009

Mary Stokes & Jelena Vukotic July 23, 2009

Economic Research

Ukraine Economic Outlook, Q3 2009

Kavitha Cherian & Jelena Vukotic July 23, 2009

Economic Research

Eastern Europe: Will Democracy Stay the Only Game in Town?

Jelena Vukotic and Michael Bogdan April 29, 2009

EconoMonitor

Eastern Europe: The Vicious Circle of Economic Pain and Political Jitters

Jelena Vukotic April 23, 2009

Economic Research

Eastern Europe: The Vicious Circle of Economic Pain and Political Jitters

Jelena Vukotic April 22, 2009

Economic Research

Eastern European Tinderbox: How Explosive Could it Get?

Mary Stokes, Jelena Vukotic and Elisa Parisi-Capone February 27, 2009

Economic Research

Political Unrest on the Rise in Economically Troubled Hotspots

Jelena Vukotic February 2, 2009

Economic Research

Obama's Presidential Honeymoon Faces Daunting Economic and Geo-Politiclal Tasks

Arpitha Bykere, Rachel Ziemba, Kavitha Cherian and Jelena Vukotic January 21, 2009

Economic Research

A Wakeup Call for the New Foreign Policy Team?

Rachel Ziemba, Kavitha Cherian, Jelena Vukotic and Christian Menegatti December 2, 2008

EconoMonitor

Recognition Practice and Geopolitical Risk in Eastern Europe: Georgia, Kosovo and Beyond

Jelena Vukotic September 19, 2008

Economic Research

Energy Power Play: Courting Central Asia

Jelena Vukotic April 22, 2008

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