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UK Markets > UK Markets Analyst — Markets right to expect slow monetary tighteningMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — A primer on how Saudi Arabia uses its FX reservesUS Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (May)Global Economics > Global Economics Update — Reviewing the lessons from past devaluationsUK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Pension reforms giving small boost to spendingEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — SNB has more work to do in its fight against the francEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Is Cyprus a blueprint for Greece?China Economics > China Data Response — Bank Lending & Broad Credit (May)Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (May)Latin America Economics > Latin America Watch — What next for crisis-stricken Venezuela?
European Economics > European Economics Update — Ending Iceland’s capital controls not yet a done dealEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economic Outlook — Prospects divergeGlobal Markets > Developed Markets Chart Book — Surge in German Bund yields unlikely to lastGlobal Economics > Global Economics Update — What would constitute a Greek default?European Economics > European Economics Update — New Greek debt plan does not reduce exit risksEuropean Economics > European Chart Book — Outlook for periphery’s exporters is improvingGlobal Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Monetary conditions loose despite rise in yieldsEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone Flash CPI & German Unemployment (May)UK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Household Borrowing Monitor (Apr.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Greek deal unlikely to tackle debt mountain
European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Apr.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Ukraine’s debt restructuring: what to make of the latest movesUK 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 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.)UK Economics > UK Quarterly Review — Don’t underestimate the economy’s hidden slackChina Economics > China Data Response — Lending, credit (Mar.) & FX reserves (Q1
Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Mar.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Is loose monetary policy inflating bubbles in Germany?Global Economics > Global Economics Update — Wealth effects in euro-zone and Japan will be smallAustralia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Economics Update — Dollar parity wouldn't be a big problem for New ZealandEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Update — A primer on EM dollar debtsUK Economics > UK Economics Chart Book — Inflation is dead, but should rise again before longEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economic Outlook — In the footsteps of the Fed?Global Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Some encouraging signsUK Economics > UK Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Mar.)UK Economics > UK Economics Weekly — Zero inflation doesn’t boost case for rate cut
Global Markets > Emerging Markets Capital Flows Monitor — Investors regain their appetite for EM assetsUS 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.)UK Markets > UK Markets Analyst — Political risks may check sterling’s rallyChina Economics > China Chart Book — Policymakers strike sanguine noteChina Economics > China Economics Update — What impact would deposit rate liberalisation have?European 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 low
European Economics > European Chart Book — Deflationary pressures remain intenseThis article appears in multiple services — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Feb.)China Economics > China Watch — What to watch at the National People’s CongressUK Economics > UK Economics Weekly — Is a recovery in exports finally underway?Global Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Global easing cycle not over yetEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jan.)Global Markets > Emerging Markets Capital Flows Monitor — Investors shrug off risks from GreeceUS Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jan 15)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?
European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Time is running out for GreeceChina 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?European Economics > European Chart Book — Modest recovery continues despite Greek crisisGlobal Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Global growth rate set to recoverThis article appears in multiple services — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jan.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Dec.)Global Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Rate cuts and ECB QE to keep conditions looseCanada Economics > Canada Economics Update — Canadian dollar likely to tumble further
China Economics > China Chart Book — Renminbi strength puts exporters under pressureThis article appears in multiple services — Euro-zone QE largely positive for UKThis 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)Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Dec.)Global Markets > Developed Markets Chart Book — Low oil price drives up US high-yield corporate spreadsEuropean Economics > European Chart Book — Deflation will last longer this timeGlobal Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Cheap oil to slash inflation and bolster growth
European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Nov.)This article appears in multiple services — 2015: Another year of strength?Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — The Russia crisis: one chart to watchUS Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Nov.)UK Markets > UK Markets Analyst — Super-low gilt yields unwarranted by economic outlookGlobal Markets > Emerging Markets Markets Chart Book — Are EM corporate bonds really that vulnerable?US Economics > US Economics Weekly — Odds of another government shutdown still fairly lowGlobal Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Slump in oil price to support global growth in 2015This article appears in multiple services — Real pay recovery finally gets underwayThis article appears in multiple services — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Nov.)
This article appears in multiple services — What does the Chancellor have up his sleeve?Global Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — ECB to join Bank of Japan in full-blown QEUK Markets > UK Markets Chart Book — MPC may not wait as long as markets expectUS Economics > US Economics Focus — Growing pile of foreign cash won’t help the domestic economyAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Update — Higher interest rates on the horizon in KenyaThis article appears in multiple services — New leverage rules should not impede recovery in lendingChina Economics > China Chart Book — Bank lending under pressure from new deposit rulesGlobal Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Monetary conditions set to remain looseEuropean Economics > European Data Response — ECB Bank Lending Survey (Oct.)Global Markets > Global Markets Update — Support from the Fed’s QE is not about to disappear
European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Sep.)US Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary Indicators (Sep.)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 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 saltLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Growth concerns come to the foreEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Financial Risk Monitor — Risks linger in parts of the EM worldUK Markets > UK Markets Analyst — Diverging rate paths to favour gilts
European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Aug.)China Economics > China Chart Book — More targeted support for small firmsChina Economics > China Economics Update — Latest move by PBOC is not a policy shiftJapan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Aug.)Latin America Economics > Latin America Economic Outlook — Treading waterUK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Household Borrowing Monitor (Aug.)This article appears in multiple services — UK better placed to weather another euro-zone stormEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jul.)Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Mexico turning the cornerUS Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jul.)
China Economics > China Chart Book — Constraints on banks, not demand, behind loan slumpAfrica Economics > Africa Outlook — Cracks emerge in the “Africa Rising” storyChina Economics > China Economics Update — A softer start to Q3Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jul.)China Economics > China Economics Focus — Is the level of borrowing costs in China a problem?This article appears in multiple services — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jul)Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jun.)European Economics > European Economic Outlook — As good as it gets?Global Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — US pulling further ahead of the euro-zoneThis article appears in multiple services — Pay growth likely to spring back soon
UK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Household Borrowing Monitor (Jun. 14)European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (May)China Economics > China Economics Update — FX reserves are no magic bullet in a debt crisisGlobal Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Rate hikes in sight but policy still very looseUS Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (May)This article appears in multiple services — Monetary Indicators Monitor (May 14)European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Apr.)Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Update — Which EMs will benefit from China’s rebalancing?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 Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — IMF approves Ukraine deal, but enormous challenges remainEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Mar.)Global Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Monetary indicators show US pulling aheadUS Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Mar.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Feb.)Global Economics > Global Monetary Indicators Monitor — Fed to continue winding down QE steadilyUS Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Feb 14.)Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Feb.)China Economics > China Data Response — Bank Lending & Broad Credit (Feb.)European Economics > European Chart Book — Euro-zone consumers yet to join the recovery