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Czech Republic Business Forecast Report Q1 2014

Czech Republic economic fortunes adjusted due to CNB's intervention in the foreign exchange maket in 2013


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2014-01-09 09:31:01 - Czech Republic Business Forecast Report Q1 2014 - a new country guide report on companiesandmarkets.com

The Czech National Bank (CNB)´s decision on November 7 to intervene in the foreign exchange market has led us to adjust our expectations for the CNB´s monetary policy trajectory for 2014-2015.

We now expect the authorities to continue with FX intervention through the course of 2014, and to begin hiking rates in 2015. At the same time, we reiterate our view that both demand-side and supply side disinflationary pressures have run their course in Q413.

The prospects for a new left-populist party comprising the Social Democratic Party (CSSD) and billionaire Andrej Babis´ ANO party should further support our expectation for heightened spending, especially on infrastructure projects in 2014-2015. This should help the gradual economic recovery, given that fixed investment has been the

 

 

weak link in the chain in the past few years. Even with fiscal targets missed, the Czech Republic is on a sustainable fiscal trajectory in the coming years due to low deficits and public debt.

We reiterate our view that the country will continue to post modest current account deficits for the foreseeable future. The country´s status as a regional safe haven will ensure that stable financial inflows continue to cover the country´s external financing needs.

Despite the Czech Republic´s worse than expected economic results in Q313, the country is poised for a modest turnaround as 2013 draws to a close with leading indicators through the course of H213 signalling that the worst may be now over. Although we have slightly revised down our forecast for growth for 2013 – from -0.5% previously to -0.9% for 2013, we maintain that domestic demand is on the mend and the economy will recover more strongly from 2014 onwards.

A more pronounced slowdown in eurozone economic growth and in particular in Germany would have a negative effect on the Czech Republic´s economic growth trajectory. Owing to the high degree of trade integration with Germany, the Czech Republic´s economic recovery remains highly dependent on external demand remaining relatively receptive to Czech exports.

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