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Macro-Advisory is a highly visible name in all areas associated with Eurasia. Our analysts are regularly quoted in the world’s major media outlets and are frequent presenters at events focused on industries or countries in and concerning the region. A sample of articles, citing Macro-Advisory analysts, is in the news section below. There are also links to broadcast TV interviews in which our analysts appear. Some recent articles written by our team, and which appear in third party sites and publications, are in the published articles section.

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  • Arab Times
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  • Bloomberg
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  • BNE IntelliNews
  • Business Mirror
  • China Dialogue
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  • Energy Intelligence
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October 31, 2019

Putin’s $400Bln National Projects Will Barely Boost National Economy, Study Finds

Russia’s mammoth infrastructure spending spree over the next few years will do little to boost the slow pace of growth in the Russian economy, economists have warned.
October 11, 2019

Russia’s Energy Diplomacy Brings Geopolitical Dividends

Although Washington has long pushed its European allies to move away from Russian gas, some of its own policies have provided the Russian energy sector with a boost.
October 10, 2019

UK Businesses to Fight Russia’s Image Problem

At an annual investment forum in Moscow, British businesses promoted U.K.-Russia business relations amid the ongoing political standoff.
September 19, 2019

For Russia, Attacks on Saudi Arabia Are Shifting the Gulf’s Power Balance – Towards Russia

Christmas has come early for Vladimir Putin. The attacks on key Saudi Arabian oil installations last weekend—which took out about half of the Kingdom’s oil supply—have bumped up the price of oil, Russia’s most important export, created a new export opportunity for its military, and given the Kremlin the chance to expand its influence in the Gulf even further.
August 14, 2019

August in Russia: What could possibly go wrong??

In Russia, it has become a late July tradition amongst Russia watchers to remind ourselves that August is the month when unusual and trend changing events take place more often than in any other month of the year. If one needs a reminder, it was twenty years ago, on August 9 1999, that Vladimir Putin was former president Boris Yeltsin’s surprise choice to be his prime minister. The rest, as the cliché goes, is history. What may we expect this year?
July 26, 2019

Russian Economy Is Putin’s Greater Priority

Video: Bloomberg Surveillance: Chris Weafer examines relations between the United States and Russia ahead of the U.S. presidential election.
July 26, 2019

Russia Won’t Deliver on Oil Production Cut

Video: Bloomberg Surveillance: Chris Weafer discusses OPEC’s deal on oil production cuts.
October 19, 2018

Russia Beyond Oil and Sanctions

The Russian bear is now emerging into a brighter future of sustainable economic growth, in which the vagaries of the commodity markets will play an ever decreasing role in the country’s exciting economic future.
August 19, 2018

US Sanctions are Making It Difficult for Russia to Attract Foreign Investors

Video: Chris Weafer discusses the impact of sanctions on Russia and its ability to trade.
June 19, 2018

Delicate dance for businesses at Russia economic forum

January 26, 2018

Investors into Russia should brace for a turbulent 2018

Despite the relentless headlines about what Russia may or may not have been up to during the US presidential elections, or Brexit and other EU elections for that matter, and the country’s involvement in Syria, etc, the newsflow from within Russia has been relatively quiet or, at least undramatic, for most of 2017. With the exception of the US sanctions legislation, signed into law on August 2nd and the Opec deal renewal, there have been no major market moving events this year.
November 26, 2017

Six reasons why Russia does not want a higher oil price

Moving beyond oil vulnerability. Russia’s oil minister, Alexander Novak, indicated in early October that he favoured extending the Opec-Russia production deal into late 2018 (from the expiry in March) because it was slowly restoring supply-demand equilibrium and needed some more time to be effective.
October 26, 2017

Russia and Saudi Arabia have much to gain from improving relationship

It has been widely reported that Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud will lead a large delegation of officials and business leaders from the kingdom to Moscow in early October. King Salman does not do courtesy calls so it can be reasonably assumed that his first official visit to the Russian capital is a serious event and we should expect to hear of some substantial investment deals and/or a deepening of the political relationship.
December 26, 2016

Putin Has Good News on Russia Economy

Video: Bloomberg Surveillance: Chris Weafer weighs in Russia President Vladimir Putin’s annual televised press conference and discusses his outlook for the markets.
November 26, 2016

The billion-dollar gold rush to tap into Iranian oil

The chase is on for some of the most prized oil and gas assets in the world, following the lifting of sanctions on Iran earlier this year. The historic deal paved the way for the country to rebuild its lost production capacity and fight for market share. If all goes as planned, Tehran’s oil officials will attract roughly $200 billion in new oil and gas investment, but the path to that target is fraught with obstacles.

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