PERCENTAGE POINT CHANGE FROM NO OIL SHOCK SCENARIO (CUMULATIVE YEAR-ON-YEAR DIFFERENCES)
- Outlook and Assumptions: Domestic Assumptions. // Mexico Country Monitor;Jan2012, p3
The article discusses an economic outlook of Mexico in 2012, focusing on the country's oil price decline, gross domestic product (GDP), and inflation.
- Outlook and Assumptions: Alternative Scenarios. // Mexico Country Monitor;Jan2012, p4
The article discusses an economic outlook of Mexico in 2012, focusing on the impact of environment and economic-related issues on the country's oil price decline, gross domestic product (GDP), and manufacturing sector.
- Wanted: More Jobs. Gardner, Edward // Finance & Development;Mar2003, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p18
Reports on the challenges faced by policymakers on the increase of unemployment rate in the Middle East and North Africa region. Decline of oil prices; Possibility to increase the employment content of the gross domestic product; Reduction of the participation of men in the workforce.
- Middle East and Israel. // Credit Control;2006, Vol. 27 Issue 7/8, p44
The article discusses the economic situations of the Middle East and Israel. Real gross domestic product growth in the Middle East is forecast to reach 5.7 percent in 2006 falling to 4.1 percent as oil prices ease in 2007. The rise of the composite state-of-the-economy index in Israel reflects...
- Russia's Path to Prosperity in the Postindustrial World. Breach, A. // Problems of Economic Transition;Feb2004, Vol. 46 Issue 10, p47
According to estimates, Russia will once again post impressive results in 2003, gross domestic product will grow 5 percent in real terms, and the political and financial situation in the country will remain stable. However, many people have doubts about the quality and sustainability of its...
- High Oil Prices: When Will CE-4 Feel The Pinch? // Emerging Markets Monitor;9/19/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 23, p16
Discusses the lack of impact of the rising petroleum prices on CE-4 economies, namely Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland. Gross domestic product growth of the countries; Performance of the currencies of the CE-4 economies; Risk posed by increasing fuel costs to the inflation rate of...
- Growth in Expenditure. // Middle East Monitor: The Gulf;Oct2003, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p5
The U.A.E. 2003 Budget forecasts an increase in the deficit to US$601mn. With strong oil revenues, the government's spending plans are sustainable over the short term, and accompanied by a rise in investment, this expenditure will strengthen GDP growth. But as oil prices begin to fall, the...
- Gleanings from the Press. // Economic Review (05318955);Nov2001, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p42
Reports several international business developments as of November 2001. Budget deficit in Saudi Arabia; Increase of the gross domestic product in China; Decrease of oil prices in England.
- Quantifying the Effects of Oil-Price Shocks. // Business Review (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia);2007 First Quarter, p28
The article provides information on how to quantify the effects of oil-price shocks. It states that the dynamic effect of an exogenous oil shock on real output growth can be examined by running a regression of real output growth on its own lags. It cites that the gross domestic product (GDP) is...