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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

Weekly Insight: Weighing the Options

Bias still towards risk, but investors looking for reassurance Speculation about ECB stimulus fuels Euro weakness Euro Area GDP disappoints in Q1 as c

Weekly Insight: Another Boost for Risk Appetite

Supportive backdrop for both bonds and equities"¦ "¦ although flows to high-yield bond funds come to a halt Manufacturing PMIs signal more divergence

Czech Republic: Long Delayed Recovery Gaining Momentum

Rebounding industrial production, exports and business sentiment suggest that the recovery has gained momentum this year. The near-term outlook has im

GCC: Strong Diversified Growth, Limited Risks

The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states registered an average growth of 4.2% in 2013, down from 5.5% in 2012 due to a leveling off in hydroca

UAE: How Sustainable is the Run-up in Asset Prices?

The sharp increase in residential sales prices in the UAE has revived concerns that another real estate bubble could be emerging. The IIF's analysis s



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