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Jordan Economic Report - 2014  (size: 709 KB)
Despite a relatively difficult external environment, characterized by the spillover effects of the Syrian conflict on the Jordanian economy, the Kingdom’s economic recovery managed to gain some steam...

Provided by Banque Audi

Jordan Economic Report - 2013  (size: 1698 KB)
The regional turmoil has imposed considerable costs on the Jordanian economy. While sound macroeconomic policies have helped Jordan to navigate through a challenging period...

Provided by Banque Audi

Jordan Economic Monitor - January 2013  (size: 1437 KB)
FX reserves at the CBJ rebound to USD6.6 billion in December covering 4 months of imports...

Provided by Capital Investments

Jordan's Banking Sector Monthly Chart Book - June 2012  (size: 236 KB)
YoY growth in lending continued to decline in April falling to 9.7% compared to 10.3% and 11.6% in the previous 2 months.

Provided by Capital Investments

Jordan Economic Monitor - May 2012  (size: 1305 KB)
This report which provides a snap shot of Jordan’s most recent economic indicators, in addition to our commentary on the major data releases over the previous month.

Provided by Capital Investments

Jordan Economic Monitor - April 2012  (size: 1020 KB)
Real GDP growth picked up to 31% in Q4 2011 on stronger growth in the Electricity Construction, and Tourism sectors.

Provided by Capital Investments

Jordan's Economy Outlook - 2012  (size: 2189 KB)
Jordan appears to have weathered the challenges of slow growth, rising commodity prices and increasing subsidies in 2011

Provided by Cairo Amman Bank

Jordan's Economic Recap - September 2011  (size: 1064 KB)
Inflation increased by 4.7% in the first seven months of 2011, compared to 4.9% in the same period of 2010.

Provided by Cairo Amman Bank

Jordan Economic Report - May 2011  (size: 648 KB)
The Jordanian economy is reporting is a net activity slowdown amid the spillover effects of the regional unrest.

Provided by Banque Audi

Jordan Economic Report - March 2010  (size: 464 KB)
The Jordanian economy reported signs of sluggishness amid one of the worst global economic crisis in the World contemporary history.

Provided by Banque Audi

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Kuwait Economic Outlook - 2012   (size: 143 KB)
Real GDP should advance 3.8% in 2012, with CPI inflation relatively moderate at 4.0%. We expect oil prices to remain relatively supported ...

Provided by National Bank of Kuwait

Kuwait Economic Brief - September 2011  (size: 468 KB)
With the onset of economic recovery, nominal GDP rose by almost 17% in 2010, after falling by 23% in 2009.

Provided by National Bank of Kuwait

Kuwait Economic Outlook - 2011  (size: 467 KB)
Kuwait’s macroeconomic performance during the years prior to 2008 was strong due to high oil prices and growing

Provided by KIPCO Asset Management Company K.S.C

The KSE Investment Sector’s Financial Leverage - June 2010  (size: 133 KB)
The purpose of this report is to shed some light on the progress for the sector’s financial leverage which is currently considered to be one of the most important factors in light of the large amounts of accumulated debt along with the shortage of liquidity for the financial sector.

Provided by KIPCO Asset Management Company K.S.C

Kuwait Real Estat Sector Outlook - 2010  (size: 66 KB)
Kuwait’s Real Estate Sector grew at unprecedented levels up to the end of 2007, thus enabling the sector to play a key role among the economy’s non-oil sectors.

Provided by KIPCO Asset Management Company K.S.C

Kuwaiti Real Estate Influencing Factors - May 2010  (size: 203 KB)
Population trends are considered to be one of the major factors affecting the real estate sector growth in Kuwait.

Provided by KIPCO Asset Management Company K.S.C

Kuwaiti Real Estate Sector 2 - May 2010  (size: 213 KB)
This article is the first part in a series of articles covering the Kuwaiti Real Estate Sector and analyzing its activity which will be published during the next few weeks...

Provided by KIPCO Asset Management Company K.S.C

Kuwait Real Estate Sector 1 - May 2010  (size: 2813 KB)
Kuwait’s Real Estate Sector grew at unprecedented levels up to the end of 2007, thus enabling the sector to play a key role among the economy’s non-oil sectors.

Provided by KIPCO Asset Management Company K.S.C

Top 10 Companies Performance Report- Apr 2009  (size: 138 KB)
In the economic frontier, the financial stock exchange lost almost KD5.0bn in market cap during 1Q2009, or 14.9% of its value

Provided by Global Investment House

Kuwaiti Top 10 Companies Performance Report- Apr 2009  (size: 138 KB)
In the economic frontier, the financial stock exchange lost almost KD5.0bn in market cap during 1Q2009, or 14.9% of its value

Provided by Global Investment House

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 Special Edition  
Lebanon Economic Report - 3Q2012  (size: 1337 KB)
Real economic performance is sluggish on the overall this year but the economy is not contracting in real terms. According to the new IMF forecasts for 2012, real GDP growth would stand at 2% this year.

Provided by Banque Audi

Lebanon Real Estate Sector Report - June 2012  (size: 999 KB)
Lebanon’s real estate market activity has been witnessing a slowing down recent performance, with the ongoing domestic political bickering and regional political tensions weighing on buyer sentiment.

Provided by Banque Audi

Lebanon Economic Report - 2Q2011  (size: 1260 KB)
A net slowdown in economic activity over the first half-year: Amid growing domestic political bickering and adverse regional spillover effects, the IMF revised down Lebanon’s real GDP growth forecast for 2011 to 2.5%, against 7.5% in 2010.

Provided by Banque Audi

Lebanon Real Estate Sector Report - July 2011  (size: 586 KB)
The Lebanese real estate sector has been slowing down over the past few months, following a period of strong activity in recent years that paved the way for an upward price trend from low bases in the middle of the past decade.

Provided by Banque Audi

Lebanon Economic Report - 1Q2011  (size: 1274 KB)
The Lebanese economy reported in the first quarter of 2011 a slowdown in activity amid significant domestic political bickering and regional security drifts.

Provided by Banque Audi

Lebanon Economic Report - 4Q2010  (size: 1272 KB)
The Lebanese economy was able to relatively maintain in 2010 its four - year streak of buoyant growth.

Provided by Banque Audi

Lebanon Real Estate Report – July 2009  (size: 787 KB)
The real estate sector in Lebanon, an open and liberal market, has persistently shown resilience to adverse political and security conditions on the local scene as well as adverse external factors at the regional and global levels.






Provided by Banque Audi

Lebanon Q1 Economic Report - May 2009  (size: 1024 KB)
The first quarter of 2009 was characterized by a moderate economic activity growth

Provided by Banque Audi

Lebanon Economic Report - Fourth Quarter 2008  (size: 313 KB)
The year 2008 was a very good year for the Lebanese economy at large. Real GDP growth is estimated to have reported above 7% as suggested by BDL and the IMF, one of its best performances in one and a half decade.


Provided by Banque Audi

The Lebanese Real Estate Sector Oveview (Oct 2008)  (size: 963 KB)
Lebanon has long been regarded as the financial center of the region and a hub into the Middle East.

Provided by Credit Libanais

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 Economic Reports  
Saudi Arabia Economic Report - June 2014  (size: 703 KB)
Economic performance in the Kingdom has been strong over the past year, with growth supporting further increases in per capita income.

Provided by Banque Audi

Saudi Economic Review - May 2014  (size: 898 KB)
OPEC raised its projection for global demand for OPEC’s crude to 29.7mb/d, down by nearly 0.4mb/d from the 2013 level...

Provided by National Commercial Bank

Saudi Economic Review - January 2014  (size: 681 KB)
On the supply side, OPEC oil production fell to 29.4mb/d in December, the lowest level since May 2011, amid output declines in Iraq and Saudi Arabia.


Provided by National Commercial Bank

Saudi Budget Report - 2014  (size: 208 KB)
The fiscal balance remained in surplus for the fourth year in a row, albeit edging lower to SAR206 billion in 2013, approximately 7.4% of GDP, driven by increased expenditure and lower oil revenues.

Provided by National Commercial Bank

Saudi Economic Review - December 2013  (size: 656 KB)
It is projected that Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, and UAE would have to reduce their production by 1mmbd to prevent an oil glut and keep prices stable above the USD100 a barrel level.

Provided by National Commercial Bank

Saudi Economic Review - November 2013  (size: 641 KB)
As US crude stockpiles rose to 388.1 million barrels in early November, WTI fell to the lowest level in five months and the spread between Brent and WTI of crude oils topped USD14/barrel recently.

Provided by National Commercial Bank

Saudi Business Optimism Index- 4Q 2013  (size: 731 KB)
The composite BOI for the non-hydrocarbon sector advances by 5 points q-o-q due to a stronger outlook on volumes, new orders and profitability ...

Provided by National Commercial Bank

Saudi Economic Review - October 2013  (size: 666 KB)
Pressure for higher crude prices is expected to moderate next year as more production from outside the OPEC will compensate for growing world demand.

Provided by National Commercial Bank

Saudi Economic Review - September 2013  (size: 589 KB)
Prices are expected to cross the USD125 a barrel for Brent and USD117 a barrel for WTI, if a strike on Syria actually takes place.

Provided by National Commercial Bank

Saudi Banking Sector Review - August 2013  (size: 565 KB)
Given the robust economic growth Saudi Arabia is experiencing, banks have been able to expand their portfolios and improve their asset quality since mid-2011.

Provided by National Commercial Bank

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