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Madhavi Bokil
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Global Macro-Economic & Financial Risk Analysis


  • 16 Nov 2016
    • Monetary policy, political risks and weak trade concerns will cast a shadow on global credit in 2017
      Global credit conditions will remain uneven next year against a backdrop of stabilizing growth and low interest rates. However, a weak recovery in trade, combined with rising political risks both in the US and in Europe, as well as concerns over the effectiveness of monetary policy will create an uncertain environment in 2017...Full Report | View Presentation


  • 14 Nov 2016
    • Global growth to stabilize in 2017 led by US, emerging market economies
      Global economic growth is set to stabilize in the coming years as the outlook for the US and emerging economies improves slightly. Nonetheless, growth will be tepid compared with historical averages and risks remain. Going forward, there is likely to be a shift toward protectionist policies in advanced economies, which could have a negative impact on global confidence and growth...Full Report
  • 23 Aug 2016
    • Emerging markets outlook stabilizes but political risks increase
      The outlook for emerging markets economies has stabilized, owing to a combination of a modest recovery in commodity prices, improved capital flows and a better 2017 outlook for growth in China. Moody’s has raised its growth forecast for China and expects Russia’s economy to emerge from its recession in the second half of this year. Brazil will likely return to growth in 2017. Nonetheless, potential risks to growth include increased volatility in financial markets, capital outflows from emerging economies, market deterioration in China’s financial sector, and trade agreements renegotiations after the US presidential elections in November... Full Report

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