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Their oil wealth enables the GCC countries to stock up on military hardware but their military might is constrained by small populations and a lack of combat experience. The GCC was formed in 1981 as a way for the Gulf Arab monarchies to bolster security ...
The Jerusalem Post · 5/15/2012
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vwqdgx/analysis_of_the) has announced the addition of the "Analysis Of The Fisheries And Aquaculture Sector In GCC
Business Wire · 9/17/2014
Standard & Poor's has launched a fully investable GCC Shariah Index which has been designed to capture the largest and most liquid stocks across the GCC, paving the way for the creation of mutual funds, ETF's and structured products across the Gulf's ...
Hedge Week · 4/30/2007
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Yields had risen towards the end of last year following the sharp decline in oil prices and amid concerns of GCC vulnerability. Meanwhile, the stock of outstanding debt picked up as debt issuance bounced back, led by the financial sector in the UAE.
Kuwait Times · 4/18/2015
"The GCC banks' stock of liquid assets are healthy and their reliance on market funding is generally limited, leaving some headroom for banks to adjust to changing funding conditions in an orderly fashion" explained Howladar. "The downside effects of the ...
Financial Mirror · 3/4/2015
Dubai, Asharq Al-Awsat—The performance of Gulf markets was mixed yesterday and throughout the month of June, while optimism over price rises was prevalent in the second quarter of this year. Meanwhile, the Egyptian stock market has risen to its …
Asharq Al Awsat · 7/1/2013
With growing populations in the GCC, local consumption and retail spending have also been rising, helping to boost stock market valuations. “ “The overall outlook is very positive for the GCC markets and the mutual fund industry. There are lots of ...
Muscat Daily · 2/24/2014
10 lakhs from Rs.50 lakhs. There is good demand for amla fruits, but there is no crop. Another problem the GCC is facing is storage. At present, it has stocks of 30,000 quintals tamarind. This stock would have to be disposed off by November, failing which ...
The Hindu · 9/9/2008
Following the recent decision by the Council of Ministers’ to open up the Saudi stock exchange (the Tadawul) to certain non-GCC investors, we take a closer look at the current status of the stock exchange and the decision’s potential impact. Many non ...
Lexology · 8/17/2014
The other countries in the GCC are Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman and the United Arab Emirates. "The Saudi Arabian stock market has traditionally been difficult for foreign investors to access, so the launch of an index tracker providing exchange-traded ...
globalinvestormagazine.com · 2/24/2015