What's New

24 Jan

Egypt’s gross public debt reaches $299bln in FY 2020/2021 - [Egypt]

24 Jan

Saudi Arabia to refinance $11.5bln of debt in 2022 - [Saudi Arabia]

24 Jan

German economy likely shrunk in Q4: Bundesbank - [Germany]

24 Jan

National Bank of Kazakhstan to increase base rate - [Kazakhstan]

24 Jan

Uzbekistan earns better rating for advancing economic reforms - [Uzbekistan]

24 Jan

Zambia expects full agreement with IMF on $1.4 billion support plan in mid-2022 - [Zambia]

24 Jan

Asset Purchase Facility Quarterly Report - 2021 Q4 - [United Kingdom]

24 Jan

President Japarov refuses to sign law on state of emergency in economy - [Kirghizia]

24 Jan

World economy to lose $12.5 trn in output by 2024 due to COVID: IMF - [Global]

24 Jan

E-levy will boost Ghana’s COVID-19 economic recovery – Dormaa East MP - [Ghana]

24 Jan

Lebanon's government holds budget meeting, 1st in months - [Lebanon]

24 Jan

Former PM Citu, worried about evolution of some economic indicators, rising before economic crisis - [Romania]

24 Jan

Egypt's central bank issues LE 12.5B in T-bills Sunday - [Egypt]

24 Jan

Expect budget to be consolidating says Rahul Singh, CIO-Equities, Tata Mutual Fund - [India]

24 Jan

How China will keep stable growth in 2022 - [China]

24 Jan

IMF chief warns indebted countries on Fed's announced policy of higher rates - [Developing Countries]

24 Jan

Treasury yields struggle for direction as investors brace for Fed meeting - [USA]

24 Jan

Russia’s gold & foreign currency reserves smash historic high - [Russia]

24 Jan

Sri Lanka’s central bank governor says country does not need IMF relief amid inflation concerns - [Sri Lanka]

24 Jan

Yields on government debt end mixed - [Philippines]