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Ukraine: Kicking the Can Down the Road

Ukraine has avoided a looming default by accepting a $20' billion bailout from Russia. With no explicit policy conditions, the bailout should enable t

Iran: Economic Implications of Lifting Sanctions

The additional sanctions imposed by the U.S. and the EU in the past year have caused severe damage to an economy already suffering from the cumulative

December 2013 Global Economic Monitor

The prospects for a much awaited pick-up in global growth look increasingly bright for 2014 and 2015. The upswing in the mature economies is progressi

Venezuela: Deepening Imbalances, Rising Risks

Policy mismanagement in the context of stabilizing oil prices has exposed Venezuela's deep macroeconomic imbalances. Seeking to restart growth, the go

Weekly Insight: Risk assets lose steam despite good U.S. data

Eyes on potential for December Fed taper, ECB comments Stronger U.S. data flow and budget deal put taper back in focus Mexico pushes a sweeping energy

Riding the Roller Coaster: Managing Capital Flows to Emerging Markets

This presentation by IIF Managing Director and Chief Economist Charles Collyns at the International Finance Forum hosted by the George Washington Univ

Weekly Insight: Jittery Markets as Growth Picks Up

Bonds suffer as U.S. data come in strong, ECB signals no rate move Manufacturing PMIs continue their rise U.S. Q3 GDP revised up to 3.6%, Q4 looks clo

Hungary: Near-Term Upside, Medium-Term Challenges

The near-term growth outlook has improved due to markedly expansionary policies. Sharp fiscal tightening last year and record low inflation leave scop

Weekly Insight: Policy in the Spotlight-Focus on U.S., China

Will higher bond yields dent the risk rally? China's third plenum blueprint beats expectations Chinese domestic bond market-ready to open up? Slow but

Weekly Insight: Risk Rally Still Running

Mature markets continue to rise, although emerging markets less buoyant Yellen remarks seen as dovish, and Fed policy normalization still seen distant



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