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March 2017 IIF Global Regulatory Update

The March 2017 IIF Global Regulatory Update provides updates on current work streams in regulatory capital, recovery and resolution, CCP resolution, a

March 2017 Capital Markets Monitor: Corporate Capex-Financing Not a Constraint ... Yet

The reflation trade has been driven in large part by expectations of a revival in corporate capital spending However, recent corporate bond issuance h

ECB Preview and Draghi's Dashboard: Not yet under pressure

Headline inflation has risen above target for the first time in four years. Inflation has turned positive in all euro area countries-specter of deflat

IIF/BAFT Comment Letter on Correspondent Banking

On February 22, the IIF and BAFT submitted comments to the Basel Committee on revisions to standards for correspondent banking. The response emphasize

Thailand: On a Path of Gradual Recovery

Fiscal initiatives, buoyant tourism, and calm political conditions are lifting the economy, although headwinds suggest that the upturn will be moderat

Weekly Insight: Markets say hike!

Looking on the bright side Trump vs. WTO China-green shoots in spring India-GDP surprises, but revision likely' Colombia easing set to continue

Iran: Facing Domestic and External Hurdles

We expect president Hassan Rouhani to be re-elected for a second four-year term in May 2017.' Real GDP growth is expected to reach 5.7% in FY 2016/17,

IIF Capital Flows Tracker: Climbing out of a hole

We estimate that non-resident portfolio flows to emerging markets rose to USD17.1 billion in February All four EM regions saw portfolio inflows in Feb

EU Political Risk Update: Fortune Shines on Macron

The European political outlook continues to evolve. This report updates on the latest developments in France, Germany and Italy. In France, Emmanuel

Czech Republic: Preparing for an Exit

Real GDP growth slowed to 2.3% last year as investments shrank by 2% amid reduced transfers from the EU budget.' Growth is likely to stay at 2-2.5% th


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