East & Central Africa July 2016 / Kenya / Economy
Morocco will continue to attract significant foreign investment over the coming quarters, benefiting from strong political support for economic diversification, and relative stability compared to the rest of MENA and Sub-Saharan Africa.READ FULL ARTICLE...
Morocco's current account deficit will...
The Mozambican banking sector faces a challenging environment over the next 12 months, as potential for loan growth is constrained by rising interest rates and a relatively weak economic climate. However, the prospect of strong inward investment into the country's nascent gas sector, and the economic boom that will follow, offer strong prospects for banks over the longer term.READ FULL ARTICLE...
Macroeconomic forecasts for Mauritius
Our macroeconomic forecasts for Botswana
The Ghanaian cedi will break out of its recent range trading over the coming months due to declining central bank reserves and investor worries over upcoming elections. The depreciation will not be as marked as seen recently, however, thanks to an improving macroeconomic environment.READ FULL ARTICLE...
Key views on the economy of Cameroon.