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  • Tunisia – Transition (almost) complete - Updated Fri December 12, 2014

    • Growth is ready to pick up but dim European growth outlook might be a constraint • Reform agenda is ambitious but essential • Tunisia has so far managed its democratic transition, which should boost investor confidence ...

  • Morocco – Hard work pays off - Updated Fri December 12, 2014

    • Strong focus on non-agricultural GDP will likely be the main growth driver • Morocco has had success with bold fiscal consolidation initiatives • Inclusive growth to alleviate unemployment will be crucial ...

  • Lebanon – War economy - Updated Fri December 12, 2014

    • We see a very mild growth pick-up on a benign security scenario • Fiscal consolidation is becoming urgent • Fragile environment is undermining the political process ...

  • Bahrain – 2015 will be about non-oil GDP - Updated Fri December 12, 2014

    • Headline GDP growth should mostly come from the non-oil sector • Reforming fiscal policy is essential • Bahrain’s financial sector is undergoing a transformation ...

  • Algeria – Business environment deteriorates - Updated Fri December 12, 2014

    • Growth is mainly driven by the hydrocarbon sector and government spending • Improving the restrictive business environment will be key • Capital markets are abnormally small relative to the country’s size ...

  • MENA – Navigating headwinds - Updated Fri December 12, 2014

    • We expect lower oil prices to directly impact the GCC’s growth outlook • Recent oil-price decline is a reminder that government expenditure cannot rise indefinitely • Energy-subsidy reform should become a priority given reduced fiscal heardroom...

  • MENA – Navigating headwinds - Updated Tue December 2, 2014

    We expect lower oil prices to directly impact the GCC’s growth outlook • Recent oil-price decline is a reminder that government expenditure cannot rise indefinitely • Energy-subsidy reform should become a priority given reduced fiscal heardroom...

  • Saudi Arabia – Markets in transformation - Updated Thu November 13, 2014

    Oil has fallen materially and Saudi markets have been more volatile, but fundamentals remain strong Saudi Arabia’s economy is growing robustly, underpinned by diversification-led investments Opening up the stock market to foreign investors support...

  • 29-Oct – SAR move overdone, retracement likely - Updated Tue October 28, 2014

    Top 3 data/events • South Korea – Industrial production expected to pick up • RBNZ likely to extend its pause, keeping rates at 3.50% • Brazil – COPOM likely to sit tight for now • Market focus • The spike in USD-SAR activity has been on outf...

  • EM-21 – Reserve accumulation slows in Asia - Updated Tue October 21, 2014

    • EM central banks continue to add to reserves, but at a much slower pace • Asian central bank reserves remained flat in September after six straight months of increases • We expect Asian central banks to lean against trade-weighted appreciation...



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