Venezuela facing food shortage, dire economic conditions

While Brazil and Argentina are heading towards economic recovery despite ongoing challenges, Venezuela is said to be plunging deeper into crisis. The Latin American country that owns the world’s largest oil reserves is running out of cash, analysts said. From USD 30 billion in reserves...

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Egypt’s Inflation jumps at 30%

Inflation has hovered around 30% in January 2017, up 5 percentage points over December 2016, and generating growing concerns over the state of the Egyptian economy. Recent moves by President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sissi’s government of letting the Egyptian pound float and cutting fuel subsidies in line […]

Algerian dinar won’t go any lower

Don’t worry, it won’t fall any lower. It is in a few words the meaning of the recent statements of the Governor of the Central Bank of Algeria, Mohamed Loukal, after the dinar, Algerian national currency, has been devalued several times. In response to inflation […]

QE still necessary, said ECB’s Draghi

“The recovery of the euro area economy gained momentum at the start of the year. It is expected to proceed at a moderate but steady pace, supported by solid domestic demand and the effective pass-through of our monetary policy measures to the real economy,” said […]

Fed, ECB confirmed “moderate” growth ahead

The two world’s most prominent central banks, the Federal Reserve (Fed) and the European Central Bank (ECB) have according to their respective Presidents Janet Yellen and Mario Draghi confirmed an assessment that’s not very encouraging. The Fed’s latest “Beige Book” reported a “modest” or “moderate”...

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IMF gives Egyptian economy very needed oxygen

Egypt and the IMF agreed a USD 12 billion loan to boost national economy and ease the serious foreign exchange crisis over the next three years. “Egypt is a strong country with great potential but it has some problems that need to be fixed urgently,”...

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With solid political base, Abenomics can continue

Global and Japanese stock markets rallied after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) claimed victory in latest elections with a majority of 121 seats in the 242-member upper chamber, boosting his ability to modify the country’s pacifist constitution. Although changing Japan’s military role...

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Improved outlook for the Iranian economy

Almost 1 year after the Nuclear Deal, Iranian authorities have particularly welcomed the statement by David Lipton, First Deputy Managing Director of the IMF, after his 3-day visit to Tehran. Reminding that his visit came at a crucial moment, Lipton said that after several years...

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