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Timothy Fox - Head of Research & Chief Economist
Published Date: 20 June 2018
The risks to global growth posed by trade protectionism and geopolitics have intensified over the last few weeks, even as monetary policy has tightened further. Higher energy prices in H1 pose a challenge for EM economies and OPEC, but have provided room for GCC governments to boost spending and tackle some structural reforms.
Source: World Bank, Emirates NBD Research
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