Stuart Culverhouse

Tellimer Research

Head of Sovereign & Fixed Income Research @ Tellimer Research

Stuart has over 20 years’ experience as an economist in both the public and private sectors and has been covering EMs since 2000. He joined Tellimer in July 2006 and heads the team of macro and fixed-income analysts. Previously, he worked for the UK government Economic Service and as an Economic Adviser at the Export Credits Guarantee Department.

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Flash Report / Nigeria

Nigeria unexpectedly cuts rate; decision unlikely to move yields in the market

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) unexpectedly cut its benchmark lending rate on Thursday to 12.5% from 13.5%, to stimulate growth following the downturn brought on by the coronavirus pandemic and sharp falls in crude oil prices. This rate cut takes...
Tellimer Research Nkemdilim Nwadialor
Nkemdilim Nwadialor @ Tellimer Research 29 May 2020
Nigeria unexpectedly cuts rate; decision unlikely to move yields in the market
Flash Report / Suriname

Suriname: Implications of an opposition election victory

General elections were held in Suriname on Monday with early results pointing to a win for the opposition. Final results have still to be published by the election council, and counting has been slow and subject to delays. Yesterday, according to Blo...
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Stuart Culverhouse @ Tellimer Research 29 May 2020
Suriname: Implications of an opposition election victory
Macro Analysis / Global

IMF emergency financing tracker: Where are Angola, Belize, Suriname and Zambia?

Our updated tracker* captures 76 countries that we know of so far that have either sought, or are seeking, emergency help from the IMF or have made drawings under their existing arrangements, or are seeking new ones, in response to the Covid-19 pande...
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Stuart Culverhouse @ Tellimer Research 27 May 2020
IMF emergency financing tracker: Where are Angola, Belize, Suriname and Zambia?
Sovereign Analysis / Ukraine

Ukraine: IMF staff agreement on new SBA, funding needs still large

The IMF announced overnight that it had reached staff-level agreement (SLA) on a new programme for Ukraine, an 18-month Standby Arrangement (SBA) amounting to cUS$5bn (180% of quota). Board approval is expected in coming weeks (we suspect by mid-June...
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Stuart Culverhouse @ Tellimer Research 22 May 2020
Ukraine: IMF staff agreement on new SBA, funding needs still large – retain Buy
Flash Report / Argentina

Argentina extends debt swap deadline to 2 June – a positive sign

Argentina has extended the deadline for its exchange offer again, this time to 2 June, according to a statement overnight by the ministry of finance. The country is also expected to miss US$500mn in bond payments due today as the grace peri...
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Stuart Culverhouse @ Tellimer Research 22 May 2020
Argentina extends debt swap deadline to 2 June – a positive sign
Macro Analysis / Global

IMF emergency financing tracker: Disbursements agreed for Uzbekistan and Jamaica

Our updated tracker* captures 72 countries that we know of so far that have either sought, or are seeking, emergency help from the IMF or have made drawings under their existing arrangements, or are seeking new ones, in response to the Covid-19 pande...
Tellimer Research Stuart Culverhouse
Stuart Culverhouse @ Tellimer Research 20 May 2020
IMF emergency financing tracker: Disbursements agreed for Uzbekistan and Jamaica

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