July 2016 - Emerging Market Views

Nigeria’s Delayed Election: Losses Could Top Billions

Every Nigerian general election since 2011 has been postponed, but never has it happened on such short and abrupt notice, and with so much at stake than its delay from…

Transforming Trade in Africa

For a continent as big and diverse as Africa, regional integration is a mammoth task. But the longer African nations…

Angola Forecast Cut Amid Low Oil

Frontier Friday: Angola Growth Halved, Revenues Shortened OPEC-member Angola appears to be heading for a very rough patch of economic…

Shorter Settlement for JSE

On Monday, July 11th, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) formally completed its move to a shorter settlement cycle in which…

Nigeria: After The Devaluation

Frontier Friday: Higher Inflation, Deep Contraction Ahead for Nigeria Nigeria’s official currency, the naira (NGN), has fallen by 30% following…

Peso Weakness to Continue

The Mexican peso will continue to underperform among most of its peers in the emerging markets, according to the results…

Nigeria’s Lagos State Downgraded

Frontier Friday: Fitch Downgrades Nigeria‘s Lagos State to ‘B+’; Outlook Stable Fitch Ratings has downgraded the long-term foreign currency Issuer Default…

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