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Title Qatar : selected issues / prepared by Ghada Fayad [and four others].
Imprint Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2013.

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Series IMF country report ; no. 13/15
IMF country report ; no. 13/15.
Subject International Monetary Fund -- Qatar.
Fiscal policy -- Qatar.
Budget -- Qatar.
Petroleum products -- Qatar.
Liquidity (Economics)
Alt Name Fayad, Ghada, 1981-
International Monetary Fund.
Description 1 online resource (51 pages) : color illustrations.
Note Title from PDF title page (IMF Web site, viewed Jan. 22, 2013).
"January 2013."
"December 19, 2012"--Page 2 of pdf.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Annotation In recent years, the IMF has released a growing number of reports and other documents covering economic and financial developments and trends in member countries. Each report, prepared by a staff team after discussions with government officials, is published at the option of the member country.
Contents Cover; Contents; I. Medium-Term Budget Framework in Qatar; A. Introduction; B. Components of Medium-Term Fiscal Planning and Current Arrangements in Qatar; C. Medium-Term Budgeting in Qatar: Objectives and Focus; Tables; I.1. Macroeconomic Volatility in Qatar, 1990-2010; I.2. Volatility of Government Spending, 1990-2010; Figures; I.1. Composition of Current Expenditure, 2007-12; I.2. Fiscal and External Break-Even Oil Prices, 2009-17; D. Pre-requisites of MTBF in Qatar; I.3. Budgeted vs. Actual Outcomes, 2008-11; E. Going Forward: Fiscal Rules; I.4. NOPB Rule Simulations, 1990-2011.
I.5. Expenditure Rule Simulations, 1990-2011Boxes; I.1. Country Experience with MTFF/MTEFs in Resource-Producing Countries; F. Conclusion; Appendix: Potential Fiscal Rules; I.6. Properties of the Non-Oil Balance Rule; I.7. Properties of the Expenditure Rule; I.8. Properties of the Debt Brake Mechanism; References; II. Moving Towards Market Based Liquidity Management in Qatar; A. Introduction; B. The Hydrocarbon Boom, Surplus Liquidity and Asset Price Inflation; II.1. Hydrocarbon Boom, 2004-11; II.1. SHUAA Capital Qatar Index, 2003-07; C. Liquidity Management in Qatar.
II.2. QMR Standing Facility and Interbank Rates, 2002-12II.1. Liquidity Management Instruments; D. Recent Reforms to the Liquidity Management Framework; II.3. Deposit Rate-LIBOR Spread and International Arbitrage, 2006-11; II.4. Impact of Liquidity Management Reforms on the Qatar Interbank Rate, 2010-12; II.5. Interbank Market Activity, 2010-12; E. Liquidity Forecasting; II.2. Simplified QCB's Balance Sheet, December 2010; II.6. Relative Importance of Autonomous Supply Factors, 2001-12; II.2. An Illustration of the Usefulness of Liquidity Forecasting.
F. Considerations for Further Enhancement of the QCB's Liquidity Management FrameworkII.3. Country Experiences of Moving from Floor to Mid-rate Corridor System; References; III. Financial Deepening and Local Currency Debt Market Development in Qatar; A. Introduction; B. The Current State of Government Securities Market Development in Qatar; III.1. Qatar Capital Markets Conference; III.1. Domestic Government Bond Issuances; III.1. Treasury Bills; III.2. Outstanding Stock of Domestic Government Securities-International Comparison.
C. Building Blocks of Secondary Market Development for Government SecuritiesD. Corporate Debt Market Development; References.
ISBN 9781616356996 (electronic bk.)
1616356995 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 825075793

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