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Global Monthly Market Review - August 2014 (covering July 2014)

Global equity markets in the developed world rose steadily until the last day of July when investor confidence, positive for most of this year, was punctuated by a broad based market retreat.

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Implications of Argentina’s Debt Default

Argentina has defaulted on its sovereign debt for the second time in 13 years, after last-minute talks between the country’s government and holdout creditors (a group of New York hedge funds)2 failed on 30 July to strike a deal after years of protracted battling (See “Background” for more information).

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Indonesia Election: Widodo’s Win Infuses Hopes

Joko Widodo, the popular Jakarta governor, has won the hard-fought presidential race over Prabowo Subianto. Mr. Widodo’s determination to increase Indonesia’s economic growth has won him the favor of international markets. In our view Mr Widodo has what it takes to deliver on his commitment to take the country to the next level. 

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Economic Insights: Quarterly Economic Outlook - Q3 2014

After the unexpectedly sharp downturn of the US economy in 2014 Q1 due to severe winter weather, US growth has resumed a more normal trajectory, with the economy growing at a pace closer to its potential than we have seen for several years. The US Federal Reserve (Fed) is on course to end its asset purchases by year-end, but rate hikes will probably not occur until mid-2015.

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State-Owned Enterprise Reform – Making Visible Progress 

China’s reform of its state-owned enterprises (SOE) is not something new. Over the past two decades, the Chinese government has started to loosen its control over SOEs and/or restructure them via public listings. Yet, following the smooth leadership transition last year, the new Xi-Li leadership has acknowledged the importance of SOE reform to produce long-term efficiency gains for the wider economy.

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