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What Investors Should Watch for in Eastern Europe in 2021

Czech Republic Suffers EU's Most Acute Epidemic Surge
Photographer: Milan Jaros/Bloomberg

A political showdown with European Union partners. Unprecedented quantitative easing. One of the highest Covid-19 infection rates globally.

By any standard, it’s been a rocky year in eastern Europe. And with the reverberations still lingering, there’s plenty that will keep investors on their toes into 2021, from elections to the winding-down of stimulus and monetary-policy challenges.