David Omojomolo joined Capital Economics in July 2023 as an Emerging Market Economist focussed on Africa. Prior to joining Capital Economics, he spent 5 years in the public sector as an economist working in local government, HM Treasury, and the Bank of England. David holds a MSc in Health Economics from the University of York and a BSc in Biochemistry from the University of Nottingham.
EM Drop-In: South Africa 2024 budget – Will Godongwana hold the line?
21st February 2024, 3:00PM GMT
There’s even greater scrutiny on South Africa’s fragile fiscal position as pressure to increase spending builds ahead of this year’s election. In the coming week, all eyes will be on Finance Minister…
EM Drop-In: Easing cycles, debt risks, and the outlook for EM bonds
8th February 2024, 3:00PM GMT
While developed market central banks pontificate over the timing of rate cuts, the loosening cycle among emerging markets is well underway and gathering pace. But which EMs will be next to fire the...