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Middle East Chart Book

Aims to give a monthly snapshot view of the economy in chart form.

Sample - Little reaction in the Gulf to fall in oil prices

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Saudi Arabia refuses to budgeInflation pressures easing across the MENA regionEgypt’s economy comes back into the spotlightGulf economies take plunge in oil prices in their strideGulf set to resist pressure to cut oil outputLittle reaction in the Gulf to fall in oil pricesEgypt's economic recovery gathers paceDubai's GREs slowly tackling their debt problemsSigns of recovery in North AfricaIraq crisis raises contagion fears
Growth in the Gulf divergesInflation follows different paths in Saudi Arabia and the UAERegional growth picking upMorocco and Tunisia yet to benefit from euro-zone recoveryMENA financial markets shrug off broader EM concernsEgyptian inflation spikes while economy strugglesSaudi oil boom lifts growth in Q3Egypt still reeling from unrestGulf economies gathering paceEgypt sinks further into crisis, Gulf’s prospects brightening
Egypt in turmoil (again)Egypt back in the spotlightGulf growing at a healthy paceEgypt and the IMF: still no breakthroughSaudi economy not yet overheatingGulf countries cutting back oil productionAll eyes on how far Egyptian pound will fallConstitutional crisis keeps Egypt in the headlinesEgypt: two steps forward, one step backInflationary pressures easing in the Gulf
Gulf growth starts to slowIMF comes to the rescuePrice pressures have eased across the Middle EastOil prices in freefallEgypt’s elections add to vulnerabilitiesG7 to the rescue?Crunch time for EgyptHigh oil prices to swell Gulf coffersGulf markets hit by Iran tensionsClouds gather over North Africa
Egypt eruptsOil-rich states well prepared to face the global crisisThe Arab World’s banks can weather the global crisisPrice pressures have eased in the GulfFiscal woes in the resource-poor countriesTight lending conditions prevailPrice pressures are mountingA split in regional economic performancePolitical unrest overshadows strong recovery