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Iran Nuclear Deal might be now or never, but Israel friction will last

The second round of Iran Nuclear Deal negotiations since hardliner Ebrahim Raisi's election are ongoing, but expectations of progress are low. And Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps elite has both survived for so long domestically without sanctions rel...
Tellimer Research Hasnain
Hasnain Malik @ Tellimer Research 12 December 2021
Iran Nuclear Deal might be now or never, but Israel friction will last
Iran Nuclear Deal might be now or never, but Israel friction will last

Kuwait government resigns, political reconciliation unlikely

The Kuwait cabinet resigned, on 8 November, following Emir Nawaf's pardon of members of the political opposition. However, a less sanguine interpretation is merited. Other oil exporter equity markets, including most of those in the GCC, offer cheaper...
Tellimer Research Hasnain
Hasnain Malik @ Tellimer Research 9 November 2021
Kuwait government resigns, political reconciliation unlikely
Kuwait government resigns, political reconciliation unlikely

ZoodPay: Central Asia & Middle East's innovative market leader in BNPL

The company is unique in many aspects. ZoodPay’s current markets have limited competition in the BNPL sector, allowing it to become the dominant player. Almost half of the team are IT and technical professionals. Most BNPL companies in emerging marke...
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Rohit Kumar @ Tellimer Research 25 October 2021
ZoodPay: Central Asia & Middle East's innovative market leader in BNPL
ZoodPay: Central Asia & Middle East's innovative market leader in BNPL

IHS Markit downgrades Kuwait’s short-term rating

HS Markit downgraded Kuwait’s short-term rating to 5 from 0 (to AA or Very High Quality from AAA or Highest Quality on the generic scale), while revising the short- and medium-term rating outlooks to Stable from Negative. Not only has the expiry of d...
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IHS Markit Analyst @ IHS Markit 1 October 2021

Middle East security risks unchanged by US withdrawal from Afghanistan

Should governments in the Middle East that are allied, or at least aligned, with the US be more concerned for their security following the final US withdrawal from Afghanistan? Or, at least, no more than they were before recent images from Kabul airp...
Tellimer Research Hasnain
Hasnain Malik @ Tellimer Research 24 August 2021
Middle East security risks unchanged by US withdrawal from Afghanistan
Middle East security risks unchanged by US withdrawal from Afghanistan

OPEC+ reset

At its 18 July meeting OPEC+ addressed UAE concerns and restored its cooperation on output. Rebased the production levels from which any agreed restrictions will be applied from May 2022: with an 11% increase for the UAE, the main dissenting voice tw...
Tellimer Research Hasnain
Hasnain Malik @ Tellimer Research 19 July 2021
OPEC+ reset
OPEC+ reset