Wednesday 15, March 2017 by Jessica Combes

Moody's: Currency risks rising in Oman and Bahrain

While Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries are well-positioned on average to withstand external payment pressures, Bahrain and Oman are more exposed due to their low levels of foreign exchange reserves and large current account deficits.

Features & Analyses

Investment Banking Creating a diverse bond market

In an exclusive mini roundtable, Nabilah Annuar, Banker Middle East Editor, sits down with Michael Grifferty, President of the Gulf… read more