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Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Bahrain: one of the Gulf’s laggardsChina Economics > China Chart Book — FX accumulation by firms allows PBOC to step backMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Growth alone won’t fix Egypt’s dire public financesJapan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Could a revamped GPIF lower the pension deficit?European Economics > European Economics Update — More austerity pain to come for euro-zoneAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Focus — Why Ghana needs IMF helpChina Economics > China Economics Update — Policymakers still resisting calls for broad stimulusGlobal Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Growth rebounding in second quarterThis article appears in multiple services — Strong growth but still no productivity reboundEuropean Economics > European Chart Book — Deflation risks still mounting
Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Morocco’s public finances on the mendEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Fiscal Monitor (May)Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — GDP growth slowed in Q1, likely to remain sluggishJapan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Is Japan's fiscal position really that bad?Japan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Will the “third arrow” regain momentum?European Economics > European Economics Update — EP elections to show rising reform fatigueEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Markets' faith in Portugal seems misplacedJapan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — What to expect from post-tax hike dataMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Egypt’s public finances still dire, but default risk seems limitedEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Tight fiscal policy another reason to expect Australian slowdown
Japan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Will corporate tax cuts boost investment?This article appears in multiple services — Recovery robust but housing market concerns buildEuropean Economics > European Chart Book — Have the ECB's contingencies been met?Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — El Niño-related food inflation worries in India prematureJapan Economics > Japan Chart Book — It's all about the consumption taxEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Cyprus unlikely to achieve a 'clean exit'European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Fiscal Monitor (Apr.)European Economics > European Economics Weekly — The unhelpful divergence between France and GermanyThis article appears in multiple services — MPC minutes (Apr.) & Public Finances (Mar.)Global Economics > Global Fiscal Watch — Fiscal drag easing faster than expected
Global Economics > Global Economic Outlook — West to outperform EastEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — Greek debt issue doesn't end the broader crisisEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Greece's return to the market may not be all positiveGlobal Economics > Global Economics Update — Austerity easing faster than expectedThis article appears in multiple services — Can Mr Osborne declare victory?European Economics > European Economic Outlook — Deflation dangers persistThis article appears in multiple services — Falling inflation enhances recovery prospectsChina Economics > China Economics Update — Rehashed spending commitments don’t equal stimulusEuropean Economics > European Chart Book — Euro-zone recovery gradually building momentumEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Fiscal Monitor (Mar.)
European Economics > European Economics Update — Cyprus: one year onJapan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Fiscal consolidation continues despite “record” spendingThis article appears in multiple services — Strong growth should finance Mr Osborne's gamblesThis article appears in multiple services — Public Finances (Feb.)Global Economics > Global Economics Update — Fiscal drag still easing in most advanced economiesUK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Fiscal squeeze will intensify despite Budget giveawayThis article appears in multiple services — Budget 2014: Mr Osborne keeps the shackles in placeCanada Economics > Canada Economics Update — Quebec might do better with its own currencyThis article appears in multiple services — Will Mr Osborne try to buy credit for the recovery?European Economics > European Economics Update — Renzi's recent reforms are the easy part
UK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Budget 2014 PreviewEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economic Outlook — Ukraine crisis clouds outlook, but Central Europe recoveringUS Economics > US Economic Outlook — Economy will bounce back from weather disruptionLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Venezuela: Creaking current account points to defaultMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Oman: fiscal policy set to provide less support to growthGlobal Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Still on course for steady recoveryThis article appears in multiple services — Real pay squeeze continuing to easeUS Economics > US Economics Update — State & local government spending will soon reboundJapan Economics > Japan Chart Book — The calm before the stormEuropean Economics > European Economics Focus — Does Portugal need more help?
China Economics > China Watch — Three things to watch at the National People’s CongressAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Update — South African bond market unconvinced by budgetEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Fiscal Monitor (Feb 14.)China Economics > China Economics Update — Hong Kong set for gradual recoveryGlobal Economics > Global Economics Update — G20: “Abenomics” goes global?Latin America Economics > Latin America Update — Mexican growth close to bottoming outEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Singapore budget looks to the long termThis article appears in multiple services — Retail Sales & Public Finances (Jan.)China Economics > China Economics Update — Fiscal drag to add to growth concernsAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Update — Zambia’s fiscal position a major concern
Canada Economics > Canada Economics Update — Federal government will need every bit of extra fiscal roomMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Egypt’s fiscal position still a major concernUK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Will policy help or hinder the recovery?European Economics > European Chart Book — Brighter signs don't preclude need for more policy actionThis article appears in multiple services — Outlook for 2014 still brightThis article appears in multiple services — Surplus ambitions raise some problematic issuesEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Fiscal Monitor (Jan.)Global Economics > Global Fiscal Watch — Austerity easing, but unevenlyThis article appears in multiple services — Labour Data, MPC Mins (Jan.) & Pub. Fin. (Dec.)Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — The implications of Egypt's new constitution
Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — India: Fiscal drag in first quarter as government checks deficitGlobal Economics > Global Economic Outlook — A brighter outlookEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — France gets to grips with its structural problems, slowlyEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Update — Should we worry about rising levels of external debt?European Economics > European Economic Outlook — Deflation dangers cast shadow over recoveryMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Watch — Lebanon's fiscal position could go from bad to worseEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economic Outlook — China to slow, but faster growth elsewhereUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — An independent Scotland would honour its debts. Probably.This article appears in multiple services — The leader of the pack?European Economics > European Chart Book — Deflationary pressures still building
This article appears in multiple services — Falling unemployment unlikely to prompt rate hikeMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Public spending set to provide less support to Saudi economyLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — A closer look at Brazil’s worsening fiscal positionEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Fiscal Monitor (Dec 13.)Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Chart Book — Thailand ends the year in crisisThis article appears in multiple services — Nat. Acc., Bal. of Pay. (Q3) & Public Finances (Nov.)Global Economics > Global Economics Update — Fiscal austerity to continue but will be less severe next yearChina Economics > China Chart Book — Local government debt key challenge for 2014European Economics > European Economics Focus — How much more help will Greece need?US Economics > US Economics Update — Budget deal would deliver much-needed fiscal stability
Japan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Near-term policy catalysts few and far betweenGlobal Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Economic activity picks up furtherUK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Autumn Statement provides modest gain to consumersEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Malaysia to raise rates sooner than expectedEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Ukraine: currency crisis seems a bigger threat than debt defaultThis article appears in multiple services — Autumn Statement 2013: Mr Osborne sticks to the pathEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — A second bail-out still looms for PortugalUK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Autumn Statement 2013 PreviewEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Fiscal Monitor (Nov.)Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Vulnerable economies failing to put their fiscal houses in order
This article appears in multiple services — Coalition still struggling to take credit for recoveryUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Scotland's fiscal arithmetic: who should we believe?Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Chart Book — EM exporters benefit from Chinese reboundThis article appears in multiple services — Public finances (Oct.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Croatia’s fiscal woes a result of weak growthJapan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — How serious is the government about austerity?Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Subsidy cuts – lessons from JordanCanada Economics > Canada Economics Update — Federal government turning more cautious on economyEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Downgrade highlights France's slow fiscal progressEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Spain's fiscal prospects look brighter than Italy's
China Economics > China Watch — How big a problem is local government debt?European Economics > European Chart Book — ECB likely to soften stance but refrain from actionThis article appears in multiple services — Recovery strengthens and broadensJapan Economics > Japan Economics Focus — Is inflation the only answer for Japan?Latin America Economics > Latin America Update — Argentina Activity Indicator (Sep.)China Economics > China Economics Focus — What can we expect from the Third Plenum?European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Fiscal Monitor (Oct.)US Economics > US Economics Focus — Can America's debt problem be solved?This article appears in multiple services — Threat to recovery from energy prices overplayedEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Weaker government spending to weigh on growth in Malaysia
Africa Economics > Africa Economics Update — South Africa: slower pace of fiscal consolidationUS Economics > US Chart Book — Policy uncertainty will persist for some timeThis article appears in multiple services — Public finances (Sep.)US Economics > US Economics Weekly — New budget committee not necessarily DOAAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Update — Fiscal tightening to weigh on near-term growth in ZambiaUS Economics > US Economics Update — Short-term debt ceiling fix still leaves plenty of uncertaintyUS Economics > US Economics Update — Senate edging closer to deal to reopen governmentEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Budget keeps Ireland on track for bail-out exitUS Economics > US Economics Update — Delving into the Treasury’s spending scheduleJapan Economics > Japan Economics Update — What to expect from the autumn Diet session
European Economics > European Economics Focus — Does Europe still face default?US Economics > US Economics Weekly — Crunch timeAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Update — South Africa: debt ceiling alone won’t solve fiscal problemsGlobal Economics > Global Fiscal Watch — Fiscal tightening still not over, but the worst may have passedEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Russia’s slowdown starting to hit public financesEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Growth prospects improve, but crisis unresolvedEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economic Outlook — China and India holding back regional reboundThis article appears in multiple services — Recovery, but the right sort?US Economics > US Economics Weekly — Shutdown could continue until debt ceiling deadlineJapan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Deficit target unlikely to be reached