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July/August 2013 Global Economic Monitor

The projected acceleration in global GDP growth is broadly on track as we enter 2013H2. This is primarily due to a pick-up in momentum in the mature e

Emerging Markets Bank Lending Conditions Survey - 2013Q2

The IIF's Emerging Markets Bank Lending Conditions Index fell for the first time since 2011Q4 and stood slightly below the 50 mark in 2013Q2, suggesti

Hungary: Financing Risks Likely to Remain Substantial

Risks of a sudden outflow appear contained at present given still high nominal forint yields, the prevalence of a few large institutional investors an

India: Central Bank Moves to Bolster the Exchange Rate

The government sought to attract large capital flows to provide time for the twin deficits to adjust at a gradual pace, but the strategy came unstuck

Côte d'Ivoire: Putting Public Finances on a Firmer Footing

The fiscal deficit narrowed to 3.1% of GDP in 2012 with a rebound in economic activity boosting revenue. Côte d'Ivoire will continue to run small and

Nigeria: Robust Growth, High Yields Attract Foreign Investors

Robust growth, a sizable current account surplus that is anchoring a stable exchange rate, and high yields have attracted foreign investors to Nigeria

Peru: Prepared for Tougher Times

Terms of trade losses and higher U.S. Treasury yields have taken a toll on growth momentum. However, policy prudence in the years of the commodity boo

Brazil: Narrowing Policy Scope

Social protests have coincided with higher U.S. Treasury yields, increasing pressure on policymaking already struggling to revive growth and rein in i

Egypt: Once More in Transition

Egypt's second attempt at a transition to democratic rule has begun against a backdrop of serious social and political divisions and dire economic con

Korea: Coping with Global Financial Market Turmoil

Diminished sensitivity of the banking system to changes in global liquidity conditions has helped limit the impact of the latest bout of global financ
 

 

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