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UAE, GCC to post budget surplus in 2022-23

Finance Dubai 14 Jun 22
UAE, GCC to post budget surplus in 2022-23
UAE and its neighbouring Gulf countries to post budget surplus in 2022-23 on high oil, recovery in services sector.
Event Location
Dubai, Dubai
Start Time
14 June 2022, 12:00 AM
End Time
31 July 2022, 12:00 AM

The UAE and GCC will see their budgets returning to surplus this year and the next as crude oil prices stay above $100 per barrel and also helped by the recovery in the services sector.

Quoting the Institute of International Finance, the First Abu Dhabi Bank (FAB) said the aggregated current account surplus will surge over 233 per cent from $120 billion in 2021 to around $400 billion in 2022 for the entire Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region, with the GCC accounting for 90 per cent of the total.

Economists said the immediate return for GCC producers from the strong oil price should be the return of large current account surpluses and robust economic growth.

Simon Ballard, chief economist at FAB, said across the GCC oil-producing community, the economic horizon remains reasonably bright, enhanced by the recent shift higher in oil prices and the concurrent recovery in the services sector.

Ballard added that the GCC region with its solid sovereign credit fundamentals, buoyed by the recent strength in the oil price, continues to offer investors a relative haven.

"Notwithstanding geopolitical turmoil across Eastern Europe and Ukraine and macroeconomic uncertainties elsewhere, we believe that the UAE and its immediate neighbours continue to benefit from a relatively favourable economic outlook," said Ballard.

"We believe that the UAE's economic prospects should remain positive for the medium-term, with the macro outlook buoyed by robust oil prices above $100 a barrel as well as by the recovery in the service sector that has been seen recently. Moreover, the economic outlook should also be underpinned by ongoing public finance reforms, which in turn will reinforce fiscal metrics," he added.

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