Join us for the November edition of the ABANA-Arabia Monitor MENA Markets Call
9:00 am (New York, GMT-04:00)
2:00 pm (London, GMT+01:00)
5:00 pm (Abu Dhabi, GMT+04:00)
4:00 pm (Amman, GMT+03:00)
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- The MENA region is well versed in political transitions and administrative turnovers. This month’s story is no different. Bursts of democracy tasted by various regional players over the past couple of decades are starting to fade. Indeed, familiar (and not altogether unwelcome) faces are returning. Join us on Wednesday, as we take a look at the latest political transitions and the impact they will have on the region. We will look specifically at Iraq, Libya, and Sudan.
- Meanwhile, the region’s markets remain on track, with the latest IMF data showing that MENA players are set to meet their growth targets. We will investigate the latest figures and what it means for the region’s recovery story. Credit must be given to regional fiscal policies and reforms, which constitute critical cogs for the region’s recovery. We take a deeper dive into these developments by exploring Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
- We will also check in on the latest developments in the Iranian Nuclear Deal discussions. As always, we will close the call with an update on the latest Sino-MENA developments.
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The ABANA-Arabia Monitor Monthly Conference Call Series is led by Arabia Monitor’s CEO and Chief Economist Dr. Florence Eid-Oakden, a respected authority on the economy and geopolitics of the MENA region. Dr. Eid-Oakden is joined by a team of analysts to provide insights into emerging issues in and affecting the region.
*Please note that the title and content of the call are subject to change to reflect and include the most recent events affecting the region.
**The call will be recorded