Our in-depth, independent reports cover the macroeconomic environment, the Saudi government’s annual budget, and Saudi Arabia’s monetary and financial developments, labor market, and inflation.
Saudi Chartbook – March 2023Monthly chartbook
Saudi Chartbook – March 2023
The Saudi Economy in 2023Macroeconomic report
Driven by sustained impulses from both investment and consumption, we expect Saudi Arabia’s non-oil economy to continue growing well in excess of 5 percent in 2023. Overall GDP growth is set to slow to 2.8 percent from last year’s world-leading 8.7 percent as oil production is reined in.
Saudi Chartbook – February 2023Monthly chartbook
Saudi Chartbook – February 2023
Saudi Chartbook - January 2023Monthly chartbook
Saudi Chartbook - January 2023
2023 Saudi Fiscal BudgetBudget report
The government projects total expenditure for 2023 at SR1.11 trillion, which is 16.6 percent above the 2022 budget (SR955 billion), but some 1.6 percent below the official estimate for 2022 (SR1.13 trillion). Government investment spending (capex) is projected to rise by around 4 percent compared with the official 2022 estimate as the authorities focus on delivering projects that were delayed during the Covid-19 pandemic.