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European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jun.)US Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jun 15)European Economics > European Economics Update — Greek deal will only delay the inevitableEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Watch — “Grexit” and the channels of potential contagion to Emerging EuropeEuropean Economics > ECB Watch — ECB may have to play both villain and heroEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — What does Plan B for Greece look like?European Economics > European Economics Update — Oxi vote pushes Grexit probability further above 50%European Economics > European Economics Update — Reforms will help Italian banks crawl back to healthEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Tsipras blinks, but Grexit risks are still highEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Update — Grexit, the euro-crisis and the risks for EMs
Global Economics > Global Economics Update — The global fallout of “Grexit” (revisited)European Economics > European Economics Update — Greferendum – key questions & answersEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — A primer on the implications of “Grexit” for Emerging EuropeIndia Economics > India Economics Update — Capital injections too small to revive banking sectorChina Economics > China Economics Update — Scrapping the loan-to-deposit ratio won’t boost bank lendingUS Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (May)UK Economics > UK Economics Update — UK faces bigger external threats than a China slowdownEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Capital controls likely, but they can’t prevent GrexitEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Can time save Greece?China Economics > China Data Response — Bank Lending & Broad Credit (May)
India Economics > India Economics Update — Consumers stifled by banking sector and labour market woesLatin America Economics > Latin America Watch — What next for crisis-stricken Venezuela?Precious Metals > Precious Metals Data Response — World Gold Official Reserves (Apr.)Precious Metals > Precious Metals Update — Gold price to benefit from further central bank buyingGlobal Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Monetary conditions loose despite rise in yieldsEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Banking bailout funds no substitute for Greek debt reliefEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Apr.)European Economics > ECB Watch — ECB to keep foot hard on the QE pedalEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — How vulnerable is the ECB to a Greek default?European Economics > European Economics Focus — Has the ECB saved the euro-zone again?
Australia & New Zealand Economics > RBA Watch — RBA presses pause, not stopThis article appears in multiple services — MPC Minutes (May)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Ukraine’s debt restructuring: what to make of the latest movesEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Should the ECB be happy with the first 10 weeks of QE?European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Renewed recession adds to Greece’s woesChina Economics > China Economics Update — Deposit rate liberalisation still on trackGlobal Economics > Global Economics Update — Rebound in bond yields unlikely to undermine global growthChina Economics > China Data Response — Bank Lending & Broad Credit (Apr.)Australia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Economics Focus — Budget Preview: Disappointing as well as “dull”Global Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Monetary conditions still ultra-loose
European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Mar.)Africa Economics > Africa Economics Update — Increased financial inclusion will support growth in AfricaEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Chart Book — Russia’s economy slumps, growth weakens in TurkeyEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Austria’s bank troubles will have euro-zone repercussionsJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Senior Loan Officer Survey (Q1)US Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Mar.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Greek crisis may finally be coming to a headUK Economics > UK Quarterly Review — Don’t underestimate the economy’s hidden slackAfrica Economics > Africa Watch — South African banks’ rising external debt slips under radarEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Recovery prospects clouded by Greece
Africa Economics > Africa Economics Update — Ghana: IMF deal a positive, but difficult transition aheadChina Economics > China Watch — Policymakers still have plenty of ammunitionGlobal Economics > Global Economics Update — ECB trumps Bank of Japan?Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economic Outlook — In the footsteps of the Fed?India Economics > India Watch — Why aren’t banks lending more?Global Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Some encouraging signsEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Time is quickly running out for GreeceJapan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Why are firms borrowing more?Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Chart Book — Saudi Arabia refuses to budgeIndia Economics > India Economics Update — Remittance inflows set to remain strong
Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Feb.)Africa Economics > Africa Economics Update — Nigeria’s banks look increasingly fragileEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — ECB’s hopes unlikely to be metGlobal Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Consumers beginning to spend their oil windfallThis article appears in multiple services — Misery index on track for 50-year lowEuropean Economics > European Chart Book — Deflationary pressures remain intenseEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Region’s banks in better shape to weather an external shockLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Credit growth continues to cool, but concerns remainThis article appears in multiple services — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Feb.)China Economics > China Economics Update — Rate cut alone won't boost lending
Global Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Global easing cycle not over yetEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jan.)Global Economics > Global Central Bank Watch — How negative can interest rates go?Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Chart Book — Russian consumers feel the squeezeGlobal Markets > Emerging Markets Capital Flows Monitor — Investors shrug off risks from GreeceEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Cyprus bailout suspension maintains exit riskEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — More on the rising risk and effects of a GrexitUS Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jan 15)Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Update — “Grexit” and what it might mean for EMsEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Update — Private debt in EMs: big risk or damp squib?
European Economics > European Economics Update — What hope of a Greek deal now?European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Time is running out for GreeceGlobal Markets > Global Markets Update — Have Basel III regulations fuelled the rally in US Treasuries?China Economics > China Data Response — Bank Lending & Broad Credit (Jan.)European Economics > European Economics Update — How would Greece leave the euro?Global Economics > Global Economics Focus — Is deleveraging over?Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Czech Rep: Euro-zone clouds outlook, policy to be eased furtherEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Can capital controls save Greece?European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Grexit risks risingUK Housing > UK Housing Market Monthly — House prices start the year on a stable footing
Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — Will more of Asia's central banks join the loosening cycle?India Economics > India Economics Update — A health-check of the banking sectorEuropean Economics > European Chart Book — Modest recovery continues despite Greek crisisEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Greek bank collapse would probably trigger “Grexit”This article appears in multiple services — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jan.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Dec.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Ruble crisis to force larger Russian bank recapitalisationsThis article appears in multiple services — Euro-zone QE largely positive for UKGlobal Economics > Global Economic Outlook — Oiling the wheelsEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Crisis 2.0?
European Economics > European Data Response — German ZEW & Euro-zone Bank Lending Survey (Jan.)Global Economics > Global Central Bank Watch — How will deflation affect the outlook for monetary policy?Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Dec.)Japan Economics > Bank of Japan Watch — Lower inflation expectations to require policy responseEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Watch — CEE now better placed to weather a Greek exit from the euro-zoneEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Nov.)This article appears in multiple services — 2015: Another year of strength?Global Economics > Global Policy Watch — What role for exchange rate ceilings?Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — The Russia crisis: one chart to watchEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Where to watch for signs of stress in Russia’s banks
This article appears in multiple services — Stress tests suggest stronger recovery in lending lies aheadThis article appears in multiple services — Stress tests unlikely to prevent lending revival in 2015Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Focus — Ten key questions for EMs in 2015China Economics > China Data Response — Bank Lending & Broad Credit (Nov.)Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Chart Book — Gulf economies take plunge in oil prices in their strideEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — SNB will need to act against the franc very soonEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Iceland prepares to lift capital controls but delays likelyMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Banks in the Gulf well placed to weather low oil pricesChina Economics > China Economics Update — Wealth management product risks under spotlightThis article appears in multiple services — Real pay recovery finally gets underway
UK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Autumn Statement 2014: Staying the courseThis article appears in multiple services — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Nov.)Global Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — ECB to join Bank of Japan in full-blown QEChina Economics > China Economics Focus — What impact will the rate cut have, and what happens next?UK Markets > UK Markets Chart Book — MPC may not wait as long as markets expectChina Economics > China Data Response — Bank Lending & Broad Credit (Oct.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economic Outlook — Crisis in Russia to weigh on regional growthEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Why a weaker ruble spells trouble for Russia’s banksEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Russia’s central bank to be forced into further rate hikesEuropean Economics > European Chart Book — Bank lending still a major drag on growth
European Economics > European Economics Update — Gold referendum highlights limits of SNB policyUS Economics > US Economics Update — Banks still easing credit conditions despite end of QE3This article appears in multiple services — New leverage rules should not impede recovery in lendingUS Housing > US Housing Market Focus — Weighing up the FHFA’s mortgage proposalsEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — Banking sector recovery still appears fragileGlobal Economics > Global Central Bank Watch — Recent market turmoil to have mixed impact on monetary policyGlobal Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Monetary conditions set to remain looseEuropean Economics > European Data Response — ECB Bank Lending Survey (Oct.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Stress tests offer some relief, but not for ItalyThis article appears in multiple services — Bank of England’s stress tests may prove tougher to pass
European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Sep.)European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Stress tests to put spotlight on Italy and GreeceEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Stress tests won’t revive the banking sector overnightUS Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary Indicators (Sep.)Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Sep.)China Economics > China Economics Update — How much does Hong Kong matter to China?China Economics > China Watch — Property to remain a drag despite looser mortgage controlsGlobal Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Fed ending QE3 but global policy still looseThis article appears in multiple services — Take fiscal pledges with a pinch of saltEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Financial Risk Monitor — Risks linger in parts of the EM world