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  • 20-May – ECB comments to offset any PMI pick-up - Updated Tue May 19, 2015

    Top 3 data/events • China – SAFE data shows FX demand, but stability still favoured • Hong Kong – Inflation likely to have edged lower in April • South Africa – We see the SARB as hawkish, but on hold • Market focus • Euro-area economy is stro...

  • Nigeria surprises with CRR harmonisation - Updated Tue May 19, 2015

    • Event - The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) surprised markets by announcing a harmonisation of the two cash reserves ratios (CRR) at its May MPC meeting. The public-sector CRR, previously set at 75%, is reduced to 31%. The private sector CRR is rais...

  • 18-May – MPC to focus on Nigeria FX decision - Updated Sun May 17, 2015

    Top 3 data/events • Euro area – CPI likely to match flash at 0.0% y/y • UK – CPI inflation likely turned negative in April • Mexico – Banxico biding its time • Market focus • Nigeria MPC to announce monetary policy decision on Tuesday 19 May ...

  • 15-May – Bank Indonesia likely to lower BI rate - Updated Thu May 14, 2015

    Top 3 data/events • Japan – Machinery orders likely improved slightly in March • Thailand – Faltering exports may have dragged down Q1 growth • Ghana – BoG policy rate may remain elevated for longer than expected • Market focus • We expect BI ...

  • Bank of Ghana unexpectedly hikes by 100bps - Updated Wed May 13, 2015

    • Event • Against expectations, the Bank of Ghana (BoG) has raised its prime rate by 100bps to 22%. Although this is likely to grant some short-term reprieve to the currency, helping to stabilise the Ghana cedi (GHS) in the near term, it is unlike...

  • 12-May – China’s growth was likely weak in April [Correction] - Updated Tue May 12, 2015

    Top 3 data/events • Japan – C/A surplus likely reached a record high in March • Euro area – We expect GDP to have been buoyant in Q1 • Ghana – Monetary policy committee likely to hold prime rate at 21% • Market focus • April growth indices were...

  • Nigeria – April SC-PCPT signals price acceleration - Updated Thu May 7, 2015

    • The headline Standard Chartered-Premise Consumer Price Tracker rises 0.8% m/m in April • This signals an acceleration from the 0.4% and 0.6% increases in February and March, respectively • Our conversations with Nigerian FMCG companies suggest t...

  • US shocks – Quantifying the global impact - Updated Fri April 17, 2015

    • We model and assess the impact of US monetary policy shocks and US dollar strength on economies in Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. • The main shock absorbers are currencies rather than real economies, except in fixed-exchange-rat...

  • Nigeria – Inflation quickened in run-up to elections - Updated Tue April 7, 2015

    The headline Standard Chartered-Premise Consumer Price Tracker for Nigeria rises 0.6% m/m in March • Price rises in several categories are offset by weak demand for discretionary meat and fish products • Impact of election spending and FX weakness...

  • Nigeria’s Presidential Election – The Aftermath - Updated Thu April 2, 2015

    You are cordially invited to join us for an exclusive conference call presentation on Tuesday 7 April 2015 at 2:00PM London (BST) with: •Razia Khan, Managing Director and Chief Economist, Africa •Samir Gadio, Head, Africa Strategy, FICC Research ...



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20-May – ECB comments to offset any PMI...

Top 3 data/events • China – SAFE data shows FX demand, but stability still favoured • Hong Kong – Inflation likely to have edged lower in April • South Africa – We see the SARB as hawkish, but on hold • Market focus • Euro-area economy is strong, but some headwinds are returning • PMIs...

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