The Corner | June 26, 2015 | Three key issues are capturing market players’ attention this quarter: Greece, the next Fed moves and domestic policies. Once we overcome those uncertainties we’ll see a global expansionary cycle that could last for 3-5 years, Bankinter analysts believe.
The economies of sub-Saharan Africa have, since the late 1990s to 2013, been experiencing consistent economic expansion. Six of the world’s fastest growing economies are currently within this region. Whereas economic growth slumped for most of the world in recent years, sub-Saharan Africa’s growth has stayed resilient right through the global recession.