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Δισεβδομαδιαία Επισκόπηση 11-24 Ιουλίου 2017

28/7/2017 - Μελέτες & Αναλύσεις

Αναδυόμενες Αγορές Νοτιοανατολικής Ευρώπης & Μεσογείου; --Εβδομαδιαία Επισκόπηση (στα αγγλικά)

Turkey                                                                                     

Fiscal easing accelerated in H1:17, in a bid to boost economic activity

Lending activity (FX-adjusted) rose sharply in H1:17, benefiting from relaxed macro-prudential measures and the Government's credit guarantees

        

Romania

Headline inflation rose to a 2-year high of 0.9% y-o-y in June from     -0.5% at end-2016, on the back of stronger domestic demand and higher food prices

Credit activity picked up in H1:17

        

Bulgaria

Headline inflation declined to 1.9% y-o-y in June from its recent peak of 2.6% in April, following a slowdown in volatile food and energy inflation, but remained higher compared with end-2016 (0.1%)

Credit expansion strengthened further in H1:17

        

Serbia

The IMF reached a staff-level agreement with the authorities on the completion of the 7th review of the ongoing 3-year EUR 1.2bn precautionary SBA

Inflationary pressures heightened in H1:17, mainly due to once-off increases in regulated prices and unfavourable food prices

        

FYROM

Tourist arrival growth has remained broadly unchanged at around 5.0% y-o-y since the beginning of the year, on a 12-month rolling basis

Monthly customer deposit growth turned positive in June, following the resolution of the domestic political deadlock in late-May

        

Albania

The current account deficit continued to narrow on an annual basis in Q1:17, on the back of a strong export and services performance

 

Cyprus                                                                                     

Banking sector bottom line deteriorated on an annual basis in Q1:17, mainly due to a sharp rise in non-NPL related provisions

 

Egypt

Headline inflation ended the fiscal year at c. 30.0% y-o-y, on the back of a sharp depreciation of the domestic currency, large regulated price adjustments and higher tax rates

The IMF's Executive Board approved the first review of the economic reform programme, supported by the 3-year USD 12bn Extended Fund Facility arrangement

 

Appendix: Financial Markets