Lebanon Country Risk Views

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MENA FDI: Outperformers And Laggards

Political instability in large parts of the Middle East and North Africa will continue to weigh heavily on foreign direct investment inflows to the region as a whole over the coming years. That said...

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Nuclear Talks: Regional Implications

A breakdown or a breakthrough in nuclear talks between Iran and the P5+1 will have immense regional implications. Increased economic opportunities from a breakthrough would significantly benefit Gulf...

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Still Neutral On Levant Equities

We retain our neutral outlook on the Levant's equity markets, with neither Jordan's Amman Stock Exchange (ASE) nor Lebanon's BLOM Index showing any promise of breaking out of their sideways channels.

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Regional Fixed Income Strategy

We believe that the majority of recent gains in fixed income markets in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region are now behind us, and we reaffirm our neutral-bearish outlook on debt markets...

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Regional Fixed Income Strategy

We believe that the majority of recent gains in fixed income markets in the Gulf and the Levant are now behind us, and we see little value in the majority of the region's bond markets over the rest...

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Key Themes Of 2014

Growth in the Middle East and North Africa region will remain subject to downside political risks over 2014. We expect the major themes over the coming year to include; a slight convergence in growth...

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