Saudi Arabia and Russia’s decision to freeze output could become the first step towards balancing the market if other major producers cooperate. But the idea has failed to impress the market so far with oil prices fluctuating sharply.
This month, our analysis highlights the following among others:
Saudi-Russian supply deal: Will it do the trick?
Iraq cabinet reshuffle: Amid signs that Sistani is losing patience, are Abadi’s reshuffle efforts too little too late?
What will it take for Turkey and Saudi Arabia to intervene in Syria?
Given the potential pause for continued “Fed lift-off” in rates, will the MENA Local Debt asset class continue to outperform within the EM debt universe in 2016?
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