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As our name suggests, Emerging Markets Direct is a fast paced publishing company headquartered in the USA with research bureaus in Sofia, Istanbul and Kuala Lumpur. We produce and deliver to an institutional client base industry research and analysis on topical themes in the Emerging Markets. We also publish IntelliNews ™, which for over 12 years has been a trusted source market moving daily news, weekly overviews, and monthly reports covering Emerging Europe, MENA and Asia. In addition to our principal editorial desks, Emerging Market Direct analysts editors and journalists are located in London and 14 countries. Including China, Russia, Poland, India and the UK.
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167 Reports from Intellinews

   
  • Russia Country Report - October, 2017

    ... forecasts for the whole year have been raised slightly from 2% to 2.1% in September, mainly thanks to higher than expected oil prices. Analysts see GDP rising by 1.5 % p.a. through 2019 on the ... Read More

  • Ukraine Country Report - October, 2017

    ... after a hard crisis. Mid-term prospects look reasonably bright as the economy continues to show fundamental strength. Key macro indicators, including inflation and the BoP, are consistent with a slow but sustainable recovery. The next ... Read More

  • Russia Country Report - September, 2017

    ... offset weakness in other GDP components, most notably consumption and public spending. Therefore, analysts remain cautious on Russia's growth prospects this year, despite the strong performance seen in 2Q17. Growth over the first half of ... Read More

  • Ukraine Country Report - September, 2017

    ... economy has slowed from the 4.2% growth in the fourth quarter of last year. In July, the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) revised downwards its forecast for real GDP growth for 2017 to 1.6% y/y ... Read More

  • Russia Country Report - July , 2017

    ... May and 3.4% in June was more encouraging. At the same two key metrics went into the black after years of decline: real disposable income and construction both went positive in the 1Q17 showing that ... Read More

  • Turkey Country Report - July , 2017

    ... up by 3.5% y/y in May, marking the best growth in output since August 2015. The indicators suggest that Turkey’s economic growth will be stronger in the second quarter than it was in the first, ... Read More

  • Turkey Country Report - June, 2017

    ... by 6.7% y/y in April, marking the best growth in output recorded in 20 months and exports surged 16% y/y in May. Business confidence index rose 3% m/m to 112.4 in June, the highest level ... Read More

  • Ukraine Country Report - June, 2017

    ... usually follows a crash as deep as that the Ukrainian eocnomy suffered in the last two years, but the lack of any reforms over the last two decades still weighs on the country, which has ... Read More

  • Poland Country Report - June, 2017

    ... included 4.7% y/y growth in private consumption. Investment, which due to the recent recovery in the construction sector was widely predicted to have rebounded from the deep lull into which it fell in 2016, surprised ... Read More

  • Russia Country Report - June, 2017

    ... finish this year in the 1%-2% range. However, this growth is still well below potential which has promoted the government to have another stab at reforms. Formally, the discussion of reform drafts started on 30 ... Read More

  • Romania Country Report Apr17

    ... attempt to boost the growth significantly above the potential growth. The 3.5% budget deficit projected for this year by the European Commission might be acceptable if aimed at financing infrastructure works able to sustain future ... Read More

  • Turkey Country Report - April, 2017

    ... camp in the referendum now raises difficult questions over Turkey’s near-term political and economic outlook as well as its relations with the EU. The government is arguing that the executive presidential system will bring better ... Read More

  • Poland Country Report - May, 2017

    ... 3-3.2%, which was anyway a reduction on earlier predictions of an economic expansion of 3.8%. What economic expansion there was in 2016 was driven almost solely by household consumption, powered by rising wages and falling ... Read More

  • Turkey Country Report - May, 2017

    ... Yes camp in the referendum now raises difficult questions over Turkey’s near-term political and economic outlook as well as its relations with the EU. The government is arguing that the executive presidential system will bring ... Read More

  • Ukraine Country Report - May, 2017

    ... Ukraine is not enjoying much of a bounce despite the fact its economy contracted far more than Russia’s in 1998, down by a massive 15% in 2015. And the outlook for this year has been ... Read More

  • Romania Country Report - May, 2017

    ... May 2017 robust 5.7% Q1 GDP growth, under flash estimate (not including detailed dynamics by formation sources or utilisation). The good news are, however, insufficient to offset the concerns related to radical reforms planned by ... Read More

  • Russia Country Report - May, 2017

    ... 1% in the first quarter but the full year forecast is for only 1.5%, although some forecasters says it could be higher. The country has been bolstered by better than expected oil prices of about ... Read More

  • Poland Country Report - April, 2017

    ... 3-3.2%, which was anyway a reduction on earlier predictions of an economic expansion of 3.8%. What economic expansion there was in 2016 was driven almost solely by household consumption, powered by rising wages and falling ... Read More

  • Russia Country Report - Apr17

    ... reforms and/or a boost in oil prices. Oil prices that have been consistently over $50 have taken the pressure off the government and while the state is still going to run a deficit this year ... Read More

  • Ukraine Country Report - April, 2017

    ... could transform the country. However, it is becoming increasingly clear the country’s elite have no interest in dealing with corruption as this is the system that sustains them. This includes President Petro Poroshenko, who has ... Read More

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Country Report Q1 2017

    ... had agreed with the fund. If the country wants to get the second tranche from the IMF, it must meet all its requirements. So far, political disagreements are delaying the end of this potentially serious ... Read More

  • Bulgaria Country Report 1Q17

    ... a mandate to form a government to former and most likely future Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, leader of centre-right Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (GERB). Earlier on April 27, GERB signed an agreement with ... Read More

  • Montenegro Country Report Q1 2017

    ... will be offset by the negative impact of net exports. The commission warned that Montenegro’s fiscal deficit will most likely rise this year despite fiscal consolidation plans, mainly because of the increased spending on social ... Read More

  • Russia Country Report - March, 2017

    ... in the last quarter from a 0.4% contraction in the third quarter. Manufacturing has been driving growth but the recovery remains fragile. Although manufacturing was strong in February with the Markit PMI still over the ... Read More

  • Turkey Country Report - March, 2017

    ... years depressing the economic outlook until at least 2019. The World Bank in February cut its 2017 GDP growth forecast for Turkey to 2.7%, while the IMF projected below potential expansion in 2017. The Fund ... Read More

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