Deeper Inventory Draws If OPEC Plays Ball

A drawdown in global stocks signals a tightening in the market which will be further aided by the OPEC, non-OPEC production cuts that are targeting bloated inventories, particularly in the Atlantic Basin

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Federal Budget Will Bode Well For Healthcare Sector

Healthcare will remain a priority in the UAE despite a stagnant federal budget for 2017. Continued government investment into the various social sectors, economic growth from the non-oil sector and improved intellectual property legislation mean...

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Challenging Outlook For Saudi Consumer

We believe the Saudi consumer will face a challenging environment in 2017 as the non-oil economy suffers as a result of fiscal consolidation reforms introduced by the government. Wage cuts, higher unemployment and low confidence levels will weigh on...

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Government Turns To Fiscal Expansion To Drive Flagging Growth

Economic activity in Hungary will rebound modestly over the next two years, as private consumption remains strong and investment begins to pick up, aided by a cut to the corporate tax rate. However, headwinds including weak external demand, rising...

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Economy To Remain Devastated By Conflict

Yemen will remain mired in recession over the coming years, as the ongoing civil war prevents the economy from recovering. Violence in the country will delay much-needed economic diversification.

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Storage Drawdown Masks Continued Oversupply

Falling imports from OPEC will help tighten the regional European crude market in H117. However, a contraction of refining capacity and rising supplies domestically will limit growth in the price of Brent.

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Batteries & Microgrids To Offer Investment Opportunities

The formation of a solar JV in Australia to focus on microgrids and batteries aligns with our view that residential solar, battery storage and community-level energy projects are emerging as an investment brightspot within the Australian renewables...

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What Would It Take To Sustain The Growth Boom?

We forecast real GDP growth of 4.8% in FY2016/17 (July-June), marking an improvement from the 4.7% rate registered in FY2015/16, but see a slowdown to 4.1% growth over the following years. A number of factors such as continued low oil prices,...

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