What Our Clients Want To Know: Asia Infrastructure Briefings

In September, BMI hosted a series of Infrastructure Briefings in Asia. Demonstrating the growing and diverse appeal of Asian infrastructure, in attendance were clients from a broad range of sectors, including engineering and construction companies,...

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IoT In Asia's Agribusiness: Australia & China In The Lead

IoT and technology use in agriculture is being spearheaded by the United States, as the country was the first mover in the sector. Although Asia Pacific is lagging behind the US in terms of IoT adoption in agribusiness, the region will outperform...

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Aoun's Election Positive Step In Institutional Deadlock

The election of Michel Aoun as Lebanese president signals political willingness to compromise and address the power vacuum, amid the ongoing institutional crisis and heightened security threats from neighbouring Syria. The election represents a boon...

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Inclusiveness Driving Premium Segment Growth

Solid growth in the number of high-income households globally, plus the inclusion of more models in entry level and growth segments, paves the way for another strong year for premium car sales in 2017.

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Targeting South Atlantic For Big Barrels

As major companies edge closer to achieving cash flow neutrality at a lower oil price, risk tolerance will support a greater focus on underexplored offshore acreage, with the south Atlantic margin attracting growing interest.

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Nissan decision alleviating Brexit fears

Nissan's investment announcement has prompted us to revise up our passenger car forecast in 2019 and 2020. The investment and recent government announcements about its trade negotiation strategy for autos and its commitment to R&D have also...

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Three scenarios for monetary policy

Our core view remains that the Central Bank of Nigeria will enact a 200 basis points (bps) hike to the monetary policy rate at its November 2016 meeting, before improving macroeconomic conditions will enable a 200 cut in the second half of 2017....

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Thermal Coal: Rebound Is Unsustainable

Thermal coal prices will weaken over 2017 due to both stronger coal mine production and weaker demand growth in China. We expect Q416 levels to represent the peak of thermal coal prices for the next several quarters.

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