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Malawi Economic Monitor, October 2015 : Adjusting in Turbulent Times

BANK LENDING INTANGIBLE AUCTION SYSTEM GOVERNMENT SPENDING NATURAL CAPITAL EQUITY MACROECONOMIC INSTABILITY PUBLIC BUDGET SECURITIES GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT BANKING SYSTEM COUPONS DEBT STOCK EXCHANGE RATES PENSION INVESTING POVERTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS EXPORTERS DEBT RELIEF FINANCIAL STABILITY FOREIGN EXCHANGE TRANSACTIONS INVESTMENT RESERVES NON-PERFORMING LOANS DEFICIT FINANCING PUBLIC SPENDING CURRENT ACCOUNT DEFICIT RESERVE REQUIREMENTS DEPOSIT FISCAL CONSTRAINTS CENTRAL BANK RETURNS FOREIGN CURRENCY EXPOSURE CAPITAL ADEQUACY INTEREST RATE BANK RATE CASH TRANSFER INVESTMENTS DOMESTIC BORROWING OIL PRICE CURRENCY CASH FLOW EXCHANGE RATE CONTINGENT LIABILITY HUMAN CAPITAL AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC INVESTMENT MONETARY POLICY MONETARY FUND FISCAL DEFICITS TREASURY BILL RATE GOVERNMENT DEBT EXPENDITURE GOODS LIQUIDITY ACCOUNTING PRIME LENDING RATES GOOD CONTINGENCY PLANNING FISCAL DISCIPLINE RATE OF RETURN CAPITAL STOCK MATURITY PERIODS BENEFICIARIES LOCAL MARKETS BUDGET FISCAL DEFICIT FOREIGN EXCHANGE INTERNAL FINANCING MACROECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT DEFICITS GOVERNMENT BORROWING MARKET PRICES COMMERCIAL BANKS FIXED CAPITAL INFLATIONARY EXPECTATIONS TREASURY EXCHANGE DEBT GLOBAL ECONOMY LOAN CAPITAL INVESTMENTS CAPITAL FORMATION INSTRUMENT INVESTMENT PROJECTS REAL INTEREST STOCKS AUCTION FINANCIAL SUPPORT BORROWING REQUIREMENTS INTEREST FOREIGN FINANCING CONVERSION LOCAL CURRENCIES NPL ZERO COUPON BONDS BOND PUBLIC SECTOR DEBT INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPING COUNTRIES FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT EXPORT PERFORMANCE BANKING SECTOR CONSUMER PRICE INDEX FINANCE DEBT LEVELS DEBT SERVICE SOCIAL CAPITAL BUDGET DEFICIT DISCOUNT TAXES EXCESS LIQUIDITY INFLATION RATES DISCOUNT RATES FOREIGN EXCHANGE MARKETS RESERVE REQUIREMENT RETURNS ON EQUITY OIL PRICES REPAYMENT PROFITS RISK MANAGEMENT FOREIGN CURRENCY REAL INTEREST RATES RESERVE BANK LENDING MATURITY PURCHASING POWER INTEREST RATES CONTRACT INFLATION RATE TRANSACTIONS RATES OF INFLATION EXPENDITURES LEVEL OF DEBT DOMESTIC CURRENCY TRADING DOMESTIC MARKET FINANCIAL INSTITUTION FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES BOND HOLDERS AMORTIZATION INFLATION SETTLEMENT FINANCING REQUIREMENTS SHARE INVESTMENT CLIMATE DEFICIT PRIME LENDING RATE CREDITORS INFLATIONARY PRESSURES COUPON BORROWERS TREASURY BILL SAFETY NETS FOREIGN CURRENCY DEBT PENSIONS COMMERCIAL LOANS DEBT SERVICING MARKET TRADING NON-PERFORMING LOAN FUTURE TRADE SECTORS CREDIT QUALITY PENSION SYSTEM INVESTOR CONFIDENCE RETURN TRANSACTION CURRENCIES FISCAL POLICY ZERO COUPON ARREARS BONDS TREASURY BILLS EXTERNAL DEBT REPAYMENT PERIOD REVENUE COMMODITY PRICES BORROWING REQUIREMENT STOCK DEBT SWAP NATIONAL SAVINGS INFORMATION SYSTEM GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE COMMODITY PRICE SWAP LIABILITY LOANS TAX DEPOSITS MARKET SAVINGS BANK MARKETS COUPON BONDS LOCAL CURRENCY INCOME TAX PROMISSORY NOTES AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES PUBLIC SECTOR BORROWING PUBLIC DEBT GLOBAL MARKETS LABOR MARKET SECURITY INTEREST PAYMENTS INVESTMENT PURPOSES RECURRENT EXPENDITURE RESERVE DOMESTIC MARKETS BANKING SECTOR ASSETS COMMERCIAL BANKING CREDIT RISK NATIONAL SAVING REVENUES BUDGETING DEBTS DISBURSEMENT DOMESTIC DEBT INVESTOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT ISSUANCE
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Malawi
2015-11-05T21:57:43Z | 2015-11-05T21:57:43Z | 2015-10

The Malawi economic monitor (MEM) provides an analysis of economic and structural development issues in Malawi. The aim of the publication is to foster better informed policy analysis and debate regarding the key challenges that Malawi faces in its endeavors to achieve high rates of stable, inclusive, and sustainable economic growth. The focus of the special topic is on the effectiveness of public spending on primary education and the means by which this can be improved. With more than half of Malawi’s population under the age of 18, the country faces significant challenges in its efforts to provide quality education to a growing population of students. Malawi also faces ongoing fiscal pressures, so there is a need to find ways to maximize the development impact within the limits of the finite resources available for investment in education. The MEM consists of two parts: part one presents a review of recent economic developments and a macroeconomic outlook. Part two focuses in greater depth on a special, selected topic relevant to Malawi’s development prospects.

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