Credit Crunch Watch:
US stress levels rose for the second straight week, reflecting higher equity volatility and a slight widening in bond spreads. This is likely to have reflected a combination of a global setback to risk assets following the Italian elections plus some jitters over the ‘sequester’ in the US which threatens sharp government spending cuts. The Italian election results meanwhile produced a political deadlock that saw ‘peripheral’ Eurozone bond spreads widening as investors became concerned that Italy might diverge from the reform process followed by the outgoing technocratic government
1 March 2013
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3 December 2012
Country Economic Forecasts
These concise reports provide regular analysis and forecasts on economic conditions and policy developments in 191 countries. They include downloadable spreadsheets covering 10-year forecasts and 20 years of historical data for key economic indicators.
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