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May 2014 Portfolio Flows Tracker

Our EM portfolio flows tracker indicates that portfolio inflows to emerging economies continued their upward trend of the last several months in May,

Weekly Insight: Rainy Weather, Sunny Mood

Another leg down in forward rates, another leg up for emerging market assets Japan's largest pension fund prepares to increase allocations to equities

Bahrain: No Easy Solutions To Fiscal Vulnerabilities

Bahrain's fiscal situation is coming under increasing strain, with the government debt-to-GDP ratio having soared over the past five years due to pers

Chile: A Paradigm-Shifting Tax Reform

President Michelle Bachelet is seeking the largest overhaul of the tax code in decades, aimed at raising revenues for greater education spending and i

Emerging Europe: Diverging Challenges

Economic performance, policies and the near-term outlook have become increasingly divergent across Emerging Europe despite the improving external envi

Saudi Arabia: Giving Diversification A Boost

Saudi Arabia's economy is undergoing an important shift as oil surpluses-while still large-gradually decline and the government makes a new, big push

Fed Policy Expectations and Portfolio Flows to Emerging Markets

Many observers expect the Fed's imminent policy tightening cycle to weigh on portfolio flows to emerging markets in coming years. The analysis present

UAE: Set for Sustained Growth

The current macroeconomic performance and near-term outlook remain favorable. Nonoil growth will remain slightly above 5% in 2014 and 2015, led by the

Weekly Insight: India Hopes, China Worries

Taper-versary: one year on, is a stronger USD in prospect? Turkey eases monetary policy China-could housing crunch the economy? India-BJP win boosts e

Bahrain: Activity Picking Up, But Growth Constraints Remain

The economy is recovering and gaining traction after a series of shocks in recent years. Although we expect growth to slow to 4.4% in 2014 as oil prod
 

 

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