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UK Economics > UK Data Response — Markit/CIPS Report on Manuf. (Apr.) & Money and Credit (Mar.)Global Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Monetary conditions still ultra-looseEuropean Economics > European Economics Focus — Is Ireland’s economic recovery a statistical illusion?European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Mar.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Chart Book — Russia’s economy slumps, growth weakens in TurkeyThis article appears in multiple services — Public Finances & Retail Sales (Mar.)US Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Mar.)Global Markets > Global Markets Update — Greek crisis still threatens global marketsEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — Will QE spur a revival in investment?UK Economics > UK Quarterly Review — Don’t underestimate the economy’s hidden slack
Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Focus — Lessons from history: is a debt problem brewing in EMs?China Economics > China Data Response — Lending, credit (Mar.) & FX reserves (Q1Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Mar.)China Economics > China Watch — Policymakers still have plenty of ammunitionEmerging 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 signsUK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Household Borrowing Monitor (Mar.)UK Economics > UK Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Mar.)UK Economics > UK Economics Weekly — Zero inflation doesn’t boost case for rate cut
Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Focus — Shifting sands: why the outlook for the BRICs is starting to divergeEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — Deflation of Thailand’s credit bubble has further to runJapan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Why are firms borrowing more?Global Markets > Emerging Markets Capital Flows Monitor — Investors regain their appetite for EM assetsMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Chart Book — Saudi Arabia refuses to budgeUS Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Feb.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Portugal’s good news should be treated with cautionJapan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Feb.)China Economics > China Economics Update — What impact would deposit rate liberalisation have?Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Credit growth needs to slow further
China Economics > China Data Response — Bank Lending & Broad Credit (Feb.)US Economics > US Economics Weekly — Why haven’t households spent their gasoline windfall?European Economics > European Economics Weekly — ECB’s hopes unlikely to be metEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Financial Risk Monitor — Venezuela in crisis, but EM risks generally lowGlobal 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 intenseLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Credit growth continues to cool, but concerns remainThis article appears in multiple services — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Feb.)This article appears in multiple services — Markit/CIPS Report on Manuf. (Feb.) & Mortgage Approvals (Jan.)
China Economics > China Economics Update — Rate cut alone won't boost lendingGlobal Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Global easing cycle not over yetEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jan.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Chart Book — Russian consumers feel the squeezeEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Chart Book — Time to worry about deflation?European Economics > European Economics Weekly — More on the rising risk and effects of a GrexitUS Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jan 15)US Housing > US Housing Market Data Response — Housing Starts (Jan.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — What has been behind capital flight from Russia?Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Update — Private debt in EMs: big risk or damp squib?
China Economics > China Data Response — Bank Lending & Broad Credit (Jan.)Global Economics > Global Economics Focus — Is deleveraging over?India Economics > India Economics Update — A health-check of the banking sectorEuropean Economics > European Chart Book — Modest recovery continues despite Greek crisisGlobal Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Global growth rate set to recoverCanada Economics > Canada Economics Weekly — Household balance sheet risks unevenly spreadThis article appears in multiple services — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jan.)UK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Household Borrowing Monitor (Jan.)UK Commercial Property > UK Commercial Property Data Response — Lending to commercial property (Dec.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Dec.)
Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — How big a buffer do Russia’s FX reserves provide?Global Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Rate cuts and ECB QE to keep conditions looseChina Economics > China Chart Book — Renminbi strength puts exporters under pressureThis article appears in multiple services — Public Finances (Dec.)Global Economics > Global Economic Outlook — Oiling the wheelsEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Crisis 2.0?US Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary indicators Monitor (Dec. 14)European Economics > European Data Response — German ZEW & Euro-zone Bank Lending Survey (Jan.)China Economics > China Economics Update — No end in sight to build-up in China's credit risksChina Economics > China Data Response — Lending, credit (Dec.) & FX reserves (Q4)
Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Dec.)Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economic Outlook — The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: EMs in an era of low oil pricesGlobal Markets > Developed Markets Chart Book — Low oil price drives up US high-yield corporate spreadsEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Three political risks to watch out for in 2015This article appears in multiple services — Bank of England Credit Conditions Survey (Q4)European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Nov.)China Economics > China Chart Book — Rate surge puts PBOC in a bindUS Economics > US Economics Weekly — Small-cap equities may not lag behind for longEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Focus — Ten key questions for EMs in 2015China Economics > China Data Response — Bank Lending & Broad Credit (Nov.)
US Economics > US Economics Update — Recovery not being driven by a new credit boomMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Chart Book — Gulf economies take plunge in oil prices in their strideLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Argentine debt settlement increasingly unlikely before 2016Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Financial Risk Monitor — External debt unlikely to spur widespread stressIndia Economics > India Economics Update — Easing FDI restrictions are a small step in the right directionChina Economics > China Economics Focus — What impact will the rate cut have, and what happens next?China Economics > China Data Response — Bank Lending & Broad Credit (Oct.)Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Update — Credit bubbles deflate – but at the cost of weaker growthUS Economics > US Economics Focus — Growing pile of foreign cash won’t help the domestic economyEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Focus — The Asian consumer growth story is far from over
China Economics > China Inflation Monitor — Inflation to remain low – but positiveEuropean Economics > European Chart Book — Bank lending still a major drag on growthEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Precautionary credit line may not be sufficient for GreeceUS Economics > US Economics Update — Banks still easing credit conditions despite end of QE3US Housing > US Housing Market Focus — Weighing up the FHFA’s mortgage proposalsEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — Banking sector recovery still appears fragileEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Focus — Five challenges for Romania’s next presidentMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Chart Book — Little reaction in the Gulf to fall in oil pricesGlobal Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Monetary conditions set to remain looseUK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Household Borrowing Monitor (Oct.)
European Economics > European Data Response — ECB Bank Lending Survey (Oct.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Sep.)Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Rates on hold in the Philippines, but further hikes likelyUS Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary Indicators (Sep.)China Economics > China Data Response — Lending, credit (Sep.) & FX reserves (Q3)Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Sep.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Russian lending slows but no sign of credit crunch… yetChina Economics > China Economics Update — Is weak credit demand undermining monetary policy?China Economics > China Watch — Property to remain a drag despite looser mortgage controlsEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Activity Monitor — GDP Trackers suggest EM growth slowing once again
Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Financial Risk Monitor — Risks linger in parts of the EM worldJapan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Tankan could deliver a positive surpriseLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Brazil debt risks: private sector still poses the greatest threatEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Financial sector woes will continue to weigh on VietnamUK Markets > UK Markets Analyst — Diverging rate paths to favour giltsEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Aug.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Hungary to keep rates at record low well into next yearEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Assessing the impact of the Ukraine crisis on the BalticsChina Economics > China Economics Update — The view from the ground – Q3 2014Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — Credit growth in Emerging Asia still unsustainable
Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Problems at Bank Asya turn attention to Turkey’s bank risksChina Economics > China Economics Update — Latest move by PBOC is not a policy shiftChina Economics > China Data Response — Bank Lending & Broad Credit (Aug.)Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Aug.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Looser credit standards may help Italian firmsLatin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — Treading waterChina Economics > China Economics Update — New light on government borrowingUK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Household Borrowing Monitor (Aug.)Africa Economics > Africa Chart Book — Weaker growth looms for twin deficit countriesChina Economics > China Chart Book — Constraints on banks, not demand, behind loan slump
Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Saudi consumer spending may be stabilisingChina Economics > China Economics Update — A softer start to Q3US Economics > US Economics Update — Credit flowing more freely to small businessesMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Egypt's banks unlikely to support the economic recoveryJapan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jul.)Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Watch — Weaker Saudi credit growth could be here to stayChina Economics > China Economics Update — Inflation Monitor (Aug.)Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Fall in Egypt’s PMI doesn’t signal end of recoveryEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — Credit conditions easing, but still very tightAfrica Economics > Africa Chart Book — Tightening cycles have further to run
Latin America Economics > Latin America Update — Argentine default likely to remain a (difficult) local issueEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Chart Book — Property price worries prompt rate hikesChina Economics > China Watch — What does the anti-corruption campaign mean for the economy?This article appears in multiple services — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jul)Africa Economics > Africa Markets Monitor — African dollar bond rush continuesJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Senior Loan Officer Survey (Q2)China Economics > China Data Response — Lending, credit (Jun.) & FX reserves (Q2)Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jun.)Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Update — Private sector debt remains a concern in some EMsEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Private sector debt still a major concern in parts of the region