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Weekly Insight: Markets Wary Despite Better Macro Data

Higher bond yields, weaker stock markets More growth and more tapering in the U.S. Lending conditions eased in Q2, in both EMs and the Euro Area EM cu

Emerging Markets Bank Lending Conditions Survey - 2014Q2

EM bank lending conditions eased in 2014Q2 for the first time since early 2013. Banks reported a marked improvement in funding conditions and expansio

Weekly Insight: Sunny Markets, Despite Geopolitics

Global equities supported by strong U.S. earnings reports Divergence in risk-on assets: high-yield sector falters Flash PMIs-overall, a positive glimp

Morocco: Political Stability, Challenges for Higher Growth / Maroc: Stabilité politique et défis pour une croissance accélérée

The policy environment has improved since the formation of the coalition government. Reform of the subsidy system will help to ensure fiscal sustainab

Colombia: A Second Chance for Peace

The reelection of President Juan Manuel Santos has raised hopes for a conclusion to the peace negotiations with the FARC guerrillas. Success would lif

Weekly Insight: Navigating Through Squalls

Safe-haven shift overshadows favorable early Q2 earnings reports Risks for crowded trades as markets evaluate Fed policy signals Russia-U.S. sanctions

July-August 2014 Capital Markets Monitor and Teleconference

Monetary Policy Uncertainty and Low Volatility A striking feature of the current global economic recovery, particularly since mid-2012, has been the s

Weekly Insight: Midsummer Unease

Higher volatility amid strains in Euro Area financial markets EM equities back to early 2013 levels, but jury out on earnings prospects Global economy

Kuwait: Improved Prospects for Reform

Growth in nonoil economic activity is improving modestly after a period during which Kuwait has lagged behind peers as the implementation of the 2010-

July 2014 Global Economic Monitor

The first half of 2014 provided growth disappointments but financial market buoyancy. We continue to expect global growth to accelerate in 2014H2, und



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