Region: Middle East
Category: Banking & Financial Services

Middle East Banking & Financial Services

(292 reports matching your criteria)
  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Qatar

    ... likely exceeded 4% in 2022, with non-oil GDP expanding by 6%. As the surge in activity subsides, we expect the recovery to shift into a lower gear, with 2023 GDP growth still forecast at 2.7% Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Saudi Arabia

    ... following revisions to historical data by statistics agency GAStat. The economy is expected to have expanded by 8.5% in 2022, after Q3 showed strong growth across all non-oil sectors, particularly in transport and non-oil manufacturing. ... Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Kuwait

    ... gridlock. Fading post-pandemic spending, lower oil production, and tighter monetary policy are weighing on growth. We expect consumer spending to fall as borrowing costs rise amid tight monetary conditions. The oil sector will benefit from ... Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Israel

    ... financial conditions will depress business activity, mainly via lower private consumption and investment. Still, we have raised our 2024 GDP growth forecast to 3.1% from 2.5% in view of the improved global financial conditions, which ... Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - United Arab Emirates

    ... 2022. However, the activity subcomponent remained in the expansionary zone, indicating that the economy's strong momentum is continuing. Although the impact of higher interest rates and potential recessions elsewhere in the world will weigh on ... Read More

  • Commercial Bank of Kuwait SAK - Strategy, SWOT and Corporate Finance Report

    ... The report covers the company's structure, operation, SWOT analysis, product and service offerings and corporate actions, providing a 360˚ view of the company. Key Highlights Commercial Bank of Kuwait SAK (CBK) provides a range of ... Read More

  • Macro - Country Economic Forecasts - Iraq

    ... recovery will most certainly be bumpy, with the economy eking out a sequential seasonally-adjusted (sa) growth of 0.5% q/q in Q1 as the health crisis peaks, before a tentative rebound. The output gap does not ... Read More

  • Israel PESTLE Insights - A Macroeconomic Outlook Report

    ... transport, storage and communication (13.5%). According to GlobalData, the three sectors are forecast to grow by 7.6%, 3.7% and 7.2%, respectively, in 2022. Tel Aviv and Jerusalem accounted for 59.6% of the country’s GDP and ... Read More

  • Oman In-depth PEST Insights

    ... trend analysis. Synopsis Understand the political system in Oman through analysis of key figures in the country and governance indicators. Understand the economic situation in Oman through a balanced assessment of core macroeconomic issues. Understand ... Read More

  • Debit Cards in Saudi Arabia

    ... an ongoing improvement in domestic demand and a rise in the level of inflation globally. Compared to the fourth quarter of 2021, the level of inflation in the first quarter was expected to remain stable. ... Read More

  • Store Cards in Saudi Arabia

    ... pre-paid cards and store cards. It looks at key players in the market (issuers and operators), number of cards in circulation, numbers transactions and value of transactions. It offers strategic analysis of sector forecasts and ... Read More

  • Financial Cards and Payments in Saudi Arabia

    ... pandemic measures greatly supporting this cause, Saudi Arabia has witnessed significant progression in digital payments, as a growing number of consumers have started using card payments on as many occasions as possible. Additionally, the government’s ... Read More

  • Financial Cards and Payments in Saudi Arabia

    ... pandemic measures greatly supporting this cause, Saudi Arabia has witnessed significant progression in digital payments, as a growing number of consumers have started using card payments on as many occasions as possible. Additionally, the government’s ... Read More

  • Store Cards in Saudi Arabia

    ... pre-paid cards and store cards. It looks at key players in the market (issuers and operators), number of cards in circulation, numbers transactions and value of transactions. It offers strategic analysis of sector forecasts and ... Read More

  • Credit Cards in Saudi Arabia

    ... Kingdom, banks started to offer a wider range of Shariah-compliant credit cards, along with those supported by rewards, the accumulation of points, cashback incentives, and the option of completing payments within the interest-free period. For ... Read More

  • Charge Cards in Saudi Arabia

    ... switching away from cash, there are quite a limited number of charge cards in circulation, with smaller value and volume transactions compared to debit and credit cards. The event of the COVID-19 pandemic did not ... Read More

  • Pre-Paid Cards in Saudi Arabia

    ... In particular, the uptake of payroll pre-paid cards has increased as employers aimed to improve the payment of salaries during the pandemic – given lockdown and the convenience of receiving pay on cards, and the ... Read More

  • Debit Cards in Israel

    ... to encourage local consumers to make greater use of debit cards. Israel is facing unprecedented situation as significant numbers of consumers are now constantly in debt, a situation which is unfamiliar to many in a ... Read More

  • Credit Cards in Israel

    ... particular, dramatic increases in energy costs, undermined consumer confidence to a large extent. This in turn put the brakes on consumer spending, with many Israeli consumers decidedly reluctant to engage with card lending at a ... Read More

  • Charge Cards in the United Arab Emirates

    ... lower than pre-pandemic levels in 2022 across both the commercial and personal segments. This is partly attributed to the fact that there is a strong and growing customer preference for reward-linked credit cards. Despite the ... Read More

  • Financial Cards and Payments in the United Arab Emirates

    ... reopening of hospitality and resumption of leisure activities. Naturally, increased consumer expenditure resulted in further usage of both debit and credit cards. This positive momentum, however, has been interrupted from the end of Q1 2022, ... Read More

  • Financial Cards and Payments in Israel

    ... apps loaded onto NFC-enabled smartphones. In the category has huge potential in the country and this has attracted the attention of major global players. May 2021 for instance saw the launch of Apple Pay in ... Read More

  • Charge Cards in Israel

    ... reason for the category’s negative performance during the year is the rising use of digital wallets as a payment method, which is undermining the use of charge cards among the population of Israel. The main ... Read More

  • Pre-Paid Cards in Israel

    ... end of 2021, transactions value and volume in the category had almost returned to pre-pandemic figures as the high vaccination rate among the Israeli population encouraged many people to begin taking public transport again. In ... Read More

  • Debit Cards in the United Arab Emirates

    ... card to avoid virus transmission, driving up share for contactless smart cards. Growth of debit cards is showing more stable growth in 2022, albeit still rising, in terms of both transaction value and volume terms, ... Read More

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