Reports & Data

ASEAN
Feature
27 July 2017
Economic integration is vital for the Asean to realise its potential and shield itself from external threats, but integrating 10 diverse nations will not be easy. Three Deutsche Bank reports...
Field_Harvest
Feature
28 June 2017
As the monsoon in Asia and El Niño remain a possibility, and unfavourable weather threatens the quality of the wheat harvest in the US, weather monitoring will be paramount, suggests...
Oil_Deutsche
Feature
12 April 2017
Michael Hsueh and Grant Sporre set out the landscape for oil demand and supply over the course of 2017/18 as all eyes remain fixed on OPEC and Saudi Arabia 
Clouds
Feature
24 March 2017
The strengthening position of the Brazilian real will play a part in supporting sugar prices in 2017, while corn prices look likely to see volatility through spring as the market prices a large...
Sparks_of_light
Feature
24 February 2017
Dr Abhishesk Deshpande and Cristina Peicuti analyse how Ghana's oil and gas sectors are evolving and suggest the country's energy outlook is bright
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Blog
12 December 2016
Could one possibly accuse the UK economy of Dutch disease? Helmut Reisen thinks that Brexit has highlighted quite an infection. Writing in The Globalist on 1 November 2016, he observed, “...
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News
30 November 2016
The ICC and CBI have joined forces to publish a useful guide aimed at helping small and medium-sized businesses in the UK navigate Brexit. Aimed at providing clarity around the EU trade...
Agri
Feature
30 November 2016
Frank Rijkers says exchange rate volatility could tip the scales as he separates the bloomers from the free fallers in agricultural commodities
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News
18 November 2016
When around 200 guests gathered on for the launch of Dr Benedict Okey Oramah’s trade finance classic, Foundations of Structured Trade Finance in Lagos, Nigeria, they were invited to buy...
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News
14 November 2016
Africa is expected to cross one billion mobile subscriptions in the fourth quarter of 2016, reaching 1.02 billion by year-end, according to leading global data, market research, and advisory firm...
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News
7 November 2016
Seaborne shipments passed 10 billion tons for the first time ever in 2015, up 2.1% from 9.8 billion tons the year before, the UNCTAD Review of Maritime Transport 2016says, noting that this is the...
ABNAMRO
Feature
22 August 2016
As a result of the Leave vote in the UK, volatility in financial markets has increased. Political uncertainty and risk aversion triggered strong movements on equity and currency markets....
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News
29 July 2016
Some commodity-dependent developing countries are losing as much as 67% of their exports earnings, worth billions of dollars, due to trade misinvoicing, according to a new study by UNCTAD,...
Gold
Feature
1 July 2016
Natixis' Bernard Dahdah and Alogmir Miah forecast that central bank demand for gold will remain weak, and the direction the price of the metal will take depends heavily on the speed and size of...
Tagmydeals
Feature
1 June 2016
  This is a TFR executive summary of the Trade & Export Finance (TXF) Commodity Finance Market status 2015.
Steel
Feature
19 May 2016
Industrial metal prices remain in thrall to investor sentiment as oversupply continues, reflects Casper Burgering
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News
25 April 2016
While the UK government’s ambitious target of boosting the annual value of UK goods and services exports to £1trn by 2020 looks less than likely, recent research from Barclays Trade...
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News
1 March 2016
The potent storm of economic and political changes that rocked Chinese markets in early 2016 will continue to drive an unprecedented volume of Chinese capital overseas—especially to the US,...
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