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Data Sovereignty A Risk To Cloud Market

Rising data localisation/sovereignty legislation, and the accompanying hindrance on data flows and transfers, poses risks to the cloud computing market. The EU is looking to remedy the issue with the GDPR, but data flows remain in question, as many...

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OPEC Compliance Remains A Risk To Brent

High reported compliance to the OPEC, non-OPEC production cut will help to maintain stability in the oil price. However, extreme bullish positioning creates downside risk, should actual compliance disappoint.

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January 2017 - Global Growth To Accelerate As Trump Era Begins

Global economic activity and inflation will continue to push higher in early 2017, and we forecast a significant acceleration in both for the year as a whole. The global focus in Q117 will be squarely on Washington, as the incoming administration of...

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Steady GDP Growth Unlikely To Persist

China's economy expanded by 6.8% y-o-y in Q416, bringing the full-year growth rate to 6.7%. However, we believe that the aggressive fiscal and monetary support in 2016 has resulted in a worsening of existing structural weaknesses in the economy....

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Oil Rebound Will Partially Offset Liquidity Crisis

Nigeria will enjoy positive growth in 2017 as the oil sector begins to recover. Nevertheless, this growth will be lacklustre at best, and our forecast is predicated on the expectation that there will be a further devaluation to the naira this year,...

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Siemens Healthineers/Biogen Partnership To Fill Gap In MS Diagnosis

The collaboration between Siemens Healthineers and Biogen will play to each company's strengths in order to fulfil an unmet need in quantitative multiple sclerosis diagnosis. The growing use of MRI as a diagnostic tool accentuates the need for such...

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Floating LNG-To-Power As Market Enabler

Floating LNG-to-power solutions have the potential to transform segregated power markets, by offering a smaller scale more flexible alternative to onshore power plants and import facilities. We see the most upside in the Indonesian and Philippine...

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US-Russia Relations: Three Scenarios, 2017-2021

US-Russia relations are likely to see a modest improvement under President Donald Trump, who strongly favours a rapprochement with Moscow. However, a dramatic improvement in bilateral relations is unlikely, as this faces powerful opposition from the...

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Hard Line By EU On Free Movement Engenders 'Hard Brexit'

By announcing that it will in all likelihood pursue a 'hard Brexit' the British government has implied a much looser relationship with the EU after Brexit. With the UK planning to leave the single market this poses risks to the UK economy, and we...

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Diesel Outlook To Improve On Mining, Infrastructure Spending

Diesel consumption in Asia will increase 1.9% y-o-y in 2017, driven by robust mining activities in India and Australia, and an upsurge in infrastructure spending in large emerging markets, including the Philippines and Indonesia, even as elevated...

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