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NBK Economic Update: Kuwait - Aug ,22    (size:  370  KB)
Preliminary national account figures show overall GDP growth accelerating to 1.8% in 2015 from 0.5% in 2014, boosted by record high investment

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NBK Economic Update: Kuwait - Aug ,15    (size:  401  KB)
Private sector credit declined in April, though growth maintained a healthy pace. Total credit was down by KD 156 million during the monthas growth slowed to 7.7% year-on-year (y/y)

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NBK Economic Update: Kuwait Consumer price inflation - Aug ,8    (size:  369  KB)
Inflation in consumer pricesrose to 3.1% year-on-year (y/y) in June, mainly on the back of an uptick in housing and restaurant/catering prices(Chart 1).Core inflation (which excludes food prices) climbed to 3.5% y/y during the same period, as inflation in housing services, clothing & footwear, healthcare and restaurants & hotels saw some upward momentum.

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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 ...

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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.

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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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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...

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