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Venezuela: Economic and Humanitarian Collapse

GDP and political institutions have collapsed, and hyperinflation is well entrenched. There is no foreign exchange left to meet external debt payments

May 2018 Global Regulatory Update

May 2018 Global Regulatory UpdateThursday, May 10, 2018The May 2018 IIF Global Regulatory Update provides updates on current work streams in:regulator...

Weekly Insight: Looking through the Turbulence

Current commodity cycle-higher oil prices,

China: Growth Holds Up Despite Headwinds

China still enjoys strong growth momentum driven by services and advanced manufacturing. Trade tensions and deleveraging of a very indebted economy ar

Global Macro Views: Labor Force Participation in EM

Labor force attachment has been studied extensively for DMs, "¦ where participation has risen among women and older workers. We document key trends in

Global Macro Views: Fear of Floating in Asia

Mounting trade tensions reflect past and present currency manipulation. We document the "fear of floating" that exists in countries across EM Asia, ..

May 2018 Capital Flows to Emerging Markets

Given the more challenging landscape, with a stronger USD and rising U.S. rates, we have cut our forecasts for non-resident portfolio flows to emergin

IIF 2018 Washington Policy Summit Key Takeaways

On April 19, the IIF hosted the second annual Washington Policy Summit, bringing together U.S. administration officials, leading policy analysts, and

Jordan: Navigating the Difficult Geopolitical Environment

The underlying economic situation remains challenging with low growth, large deficits, and high public debt. Private sector confidence continues to be

Global Macro Views: India's Policy Shocks and Growth

Demonetization and GST were quasi-natural experiments, with profound and long-lasting impacts on the economy. This meant India missed the synchronized global recovery, but  a rebound is underway from low initial conditions. Broad money has not recovered fully from demonetization, but credit growth and capital flows will support investment. Easing appreciation pressure will be positive for exports, even though structural competitiveness issues remain.




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