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Kuwait Oil & Money Market Monthly Report - January 2013    (size:  184  KB)
Credit facilities extended by Kuwaiti banks grew at 5% in 2012 to record KWD 26.9 billion (USD 95.4 billion) at the end of December-12 representing around 54% of 2012 forecasted GDP.

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Kuwait Oil & Money Market Monthly Report - November 2012    (size:  197  KB)
Credit facilities extended by Kuwaiti banks grew at 4.5% during the first 10 months of 2012 to record KWD 26.76 billion (USD 94.7 billion) at the end of October-12 representing around 54% of 2012 forecasted GDP.



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Kuwait Oil & Money Market Monthly Report - September 2012    (size:  260  KB)
Credit Facilities growth was sluggish during the first 8 months of 2012 at 4% with an addition of KWD 1 bn to banks’ loan portfolios ...

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Kuwait Oil & Money Market Monthly Report - July 2012    (size:  226  KB)
Credit Facilities growth was sluggish during the first 5 months of 2012 at 3% with an addition of KWD 750 mn to banks’ loan portfolios ...

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Kuwait Oil & Money Market Monthly Report - May 2012    (size:  297  KB)
Credit Facilities growth was sluggish during the first 4 months of 2012 growing by 1.51% with an addition of KWD 386 mn to banks’ loan portfolios...

Provided by KIPCO Asset Management Company K.S.C
Kuwait Oil & Money Market Monthly Report - March 2012    (size:  390  KB)
Credit Facilities grew by 0.9% in February to reach KWD 25.84 bn, a signal that the credit market may remain tight on the back of low demand for credit amid challenging business environment along with conservative lending policies followed by local lenders.

Provided by KIPCO Asset Management Company K.S.C
KSE Monthly Market Brief - November 2011    (size:  68  KB)
This report reviews KSE market brief ...

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Kuwait Oil & Money Market Monthly Report - October 2011    (size:  670  KB)
Kuwait’s broad measure of money supply (M2) continued last two month’s upward trend, yet at an increasing pace, to rise by KWD 500 mn or 1.9% during September-11 and stand at KWD 27.5 bn.

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KSE monthly market brief - October 2011    (size:  69  KB)
This report shows trading activities for Kuwait Stock Exchange for October 2011.

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Kuwait Oil & Money Market Monthly Report - September 2011    (size:  778  KB)
Kuwait’s broad measure of money supply (M2) sustained last month’s movement to rise for the second consecutive month to add around KWD 246 mn or 0.9% during August-11 and stand at KWD 27 bn.

Provided by KIPCO Asset Management Company K.S.C
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