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Africa Economics > Africa Chart Book — Nigerian politics take centre stageAfrica Economics > Africa Outlook — A difficult year aheadAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — Nigeria forced to hike rates, while SA & Kenya hold fireAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Update — Effect of slowdown in China to differ across AfricaAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — South Africa comes back into the firing lineAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — Weaker growth looms for twin deficit countriesAfrica Economics > Africa Markets Monitor — South African markets shrug off bank downgradesAfrica Economics > Africa Watch — Glimmers of hope for reform of South Africa’s labour marketAfrica Economics > Africa Outlook — Cracks emerge in the “Africa Rising” storyAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Update — After Zambia and Ghana, will others turn to the IMF?
Africa Economics > Africa Chart Book — Tightening cycles have further to runAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — Zambia turns to the IMF – could Ghana follow suit?Africa Economics > Africa Watch — Concerns over policy credibility emerge in NigeriaAfrica Economics > Africa Outlook — Growing painsAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — Ghana and Zambia still in the firing lineAfrica Economics > Africa Markets Monitor — Another leg down for currenciesAfrica Economics > Africa Watch — Long-run prospects remain upbeat despite growing political concernsAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — Nigeria rises to top of the pileAfrica Economics > Africa Markets Monitor — Markets regain some composure after Q1 routAfrica Economics > Africa Watch — IMF’s new growth forecasts underscore growing vulnerabilities
Africa Economics > Africa Chart Book — Effects of China’s slowdown to vary across the regionAfrica Economics > Africa Markets Monitor — Currencies continue to tumbleAfrica Economics > Africa Watch — Regional vulnerabilities rising, but differentiation is neededAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — EM turbulence spreads to AfricaAfrica Economics > Africa Markets Monitor — EM currency turmoil spreads to AfricaAfrica Economics > Africa Watch — Time to revisit Africa’s growth story?Africa Economics > Africa Chart Book — South Africa tightens policy, others may soon follow suitAfrica Economics > Africa Watch — A look ahead to the South African electionsAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Update — Inflation unlikely to be a major threat in 2014Africa Economics > Africa Chart Book — African markets shrug off Fed tapering
Africa Economics > Africa Watch — Remittance inflows could take the edge off current account concernsAfrica Economics > Africa Markets Monitor — Rand set to weaken further next yearAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Focus — African consumer boom has much further to runAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — Central banks turn more hawkishAfrica Economics > Africa Watch — Weak South African economy not a major threat to rest of regionAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — Rand respite unlikely to lastAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Update — Natural resource boom will bring its own challengesAfrica Economics > Africa Outlook — Positive outlook but challenges lie aheadAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — Nigeria bucks the inflation trend... for nowAfrica Economics > Africa Markets Monitor — African markets rally as Fed delays tapering
Africa Economics > Africa Economics Update — Rise in capital spending takes edge off deficit concernsAfrica Economics > Africa Watch — Fed tapering unlikely to put region’s external positions at riskAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Update — Subsidy reform key to sustaining fiscal disciplineAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — Nigeria on course to become region’s largest economyAfrica Economics > Africa Watch — Regional growth likely to have picked up in Q2Africa Economics > Africa Markets Monitor — Calm after the stormAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — Central banks call an end to Africa’s easing cycleAfrica Economics > Africa Watch — Public debt levels unlikely to rise sharplyAfrica Economics > Africa Outlook — Positive growth outlook masks key country differencesAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — Economic impact of US Fed tapering likely to be limited
Africa Economics > Africa Watch — What next for monetary policy?Africa Economics > Africa Chart Book — Regional slowdown masks key nuancesAfrica Economics > Africa Markets Monitor — Rand in freefallAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — Still a region of "two-speed" growthAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Update — Regional growth holding up well despite external headwindsAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — Kenyan elections pass peacefully but risks still lingerAfrica Economics > Africa Outlook — Strong domestic demand to help Africa outperformAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — South Africa struggling to match its regional peersAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Focus — The "two-speed" continentAfrica Economics > Africa Watch — Fears over a return to "original sin" are overdone
Africa Economics > Africa Economics Focus — Buoyant domestic demand to support regional growthAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — Rand plunges despite broad rally in EM currenciesAfrica Economics > Africa Markets Monitor — Equities and currencies take divergent pathsAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Update — Regional growth holding up relatively wellAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — Africa to outperform in 2013Africa Economics > Africa Chart Book — Nigeria remains the outperformerAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — South Africa is still the region’s laggardAfrica Economics > Africa Outlook — Solid growth amid global weaknessAfrica Economics > Africa Watch — African eurobonds: who is next in line?Africa Economics > Africa Chart Book — Growth holding up amid global headwinds
Africa Economics > Africa Watch — Positive medium-term outlook despite risks