Facebook YouTube Twitter LinkedIn Menu Chevron Left Chevron Right Arrow Down Arrow Up Plus Plus Plus Plus Plus

Economic Views: Poland Growth Closing on 5%

Strong domestic demand will likely push real GDP growth to 5% in 2017H2.' Headline inflation will probably fall before rising above the inflation targ

Global Macro Views: Falling Unemployment versus Low Wage Growth

The October labor market data on balance were a hawkish signal for the Fed, because the most dovish component - the drop in average hourly earnings gr

Economic Views: South Africa - The Fiscal Straitjacket

The fiscal picture has worsened - government debt is now projected to reach nearly 60% of GDP in FY2020/21 and the primary balance remains in deficit,

Economic Views: Hungary - Labor Shortages Likely to Constrain Growth

Output growth remains driven by domestic spending. Tight labor market conditions and strong wage growth add to inflationary pressures. Despite intensi

UAE: Adjusting Well to Low Oil Prices

The UAE has been relatively resilient to the impact of the slump in oil prices owing to a relatively diversified economy, excellent infrastructure, po

Weekly Insight: Decisions Made

More clarity on G4 policy rate paths Don't read too much into the flat U.S. yield curve Low volatility boosts risk-adjusted returns EM flows should se

Report on Implementation by the Principles Consultative Group

The Principles incorporate voluntary, market-based, flexible guidelines for the behavior of sovereign debtors and private creditors with the aim of pr

IIF Capital Flows Tracker: Emerging Markets Brace for Fed Headwinds

Non-resident portfolio inflows to emerging markets dipped slightly to $13.6 billion in October, with a jump in equity inflows offsetting a slowdown in

Global Macro Views: Fed Succession and the Dollar Straight Jacket

With the announcement of the next Fed Chair expected imminently, there is a lot of speculation over how policy might differ across the various candida

Economic Views: Asia Six - Understanding Exchange Rate Policy Setting

Authorities have responded to strong external positions by letting most currencies in Asia Six appreciate in 2017, although they have sought to dampen



IIF Headquarters
1333 H St NW, Suite 800E
Washington, DC 20005-4770
Tel: +1 202 857-3600
Fax: +1 202 775-1430
Email: info@iif.com

IIF Middle East and Africa
Regional Office
DIFC, The Gate Building,
Level 15
P.O. Box 121208
Dubai, United Arab
Tel: +971 4401 9651

IIF Asia Pacific
Regional Office - Beijing
Winland International Finance Centre
Suite F920, 9F
No.7 Jinrong Avenue
Xicheng District, Beijing
100032, PRC
Tel: +86 10 5836 9100
Fax: +86 10 5836 9300

IIF Asia Pacific
Regional Office - Singapore
50 Raffles Place
#22-06 Singapore Land
Singapore 048623
Tel: +65 6592 5089

IIF European
Representative Office
Square de Meeƻs 23
14th Floor
1000 Brussels
Tel: +32 2 430 37 08