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The International Scene Economic Brief - Mar 25    (size:  258  KB)
2014 opened with quite a bit of optimism about the world economy, in particular for the Advanced Economies and China, in other words the world’s largest economies.

Provided by National Bank of Kuwait
Turkey Economic Report - 2013    (size:  1446  KB)
Despite the emergence of domestic political tensions, Turkey’s economic growth has actually improved this year relative to last year, rotating back to domestic demand...

Provided by Banque Audi
The International Scene Economic Brief - Sep 25    (size:  258  KB)
In a surprise move last week, the US Federal Reserve’s FOMC announced “no taper” at the end of its September meeting. In other words, the Fed will continue to purchase securities at the current pace of $ 85 billion per month.

Provided by National Bank of Kuwait
The International Scene Economic Brief - Sep 18    (size:  383  KB)
After hitting new historic highs in early August (Dow Jones Industrials over 15500), US equity markets, followed by world markets, went through a correction.

Provided by National Bank of Kuwait
The International Scene Economic Brief - Jun 23    (size:  550  KB)
Something odd started to happen toward the end of 2Q2013. After another strong performance by equity markets worldwide, and relative orderliness in most markets, volatility picked up with a vengeance inJune.

Provided by National Bank of Kuwait
Turkey Economic Report - 2012    (size:  1428  KB)
The 3.0% 2012 growth forecasted by the IMF for Turkey is considered healthy in the current atypical global environment and bearing in mind the important domestic economic accomplishments of the past years.

Provided by Banque Audi
The International Scene Economic Brief - Sep 25    (size:  435  KB)
Promises of, and potential delivery, of massive new liquidity primarily by the Fed and the ECB helped US stocks reach a 5-year high in 3Q2012 ...

Provided by National Bank of Kuwait
Turkey Economic Outlook - July 2012    (size:  372  KB)
Even though the authorities have likely successfully avoided the much-feared hard landing scenario, growth has been slowing down sharply and will likely undershoot the government’s 4% target for the year...

Provided by National Commercial Bank
The International Scene Economic Brief - March 2012    (size:  444  KB)
In the first quarter of 2012, equity and oil markets approached 3-year highs. Expectations of steady, though unspectacular, growth ahead account for some of that performance.

Provided by National Bank of Kuwait
Turkey Economic Report - November 2011    (size:  609  KB)
Healthy economic performances despite some slowdown amid tough global conditions: Within the context of strong household consumption, robust fixed investment and mild net exports ...

Provided by Banque Audi
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