April’s PMIs for the region showed that activity in private non-hydrocarbon sectors in the Gulf states started Q2 on a strong footing. What’s more, there were tentative signs that price pressures may be starting to ease in Egypt, although the threat of a fresh devaluation presents a significant upside risk to headline inflation.
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