The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) stocks are currently trading at attractive levels because their valuations are lower than that of similar key emerging markets, according to a monthly market update by Kuwait’s Global Investment House. “Within GCC ...
Emirates247 · 11/5/2014
On Tuesday, Gulf stocks fell for the eight day in the longest losing streak since 2011, with Dubai’s and Saudi stock markets closing at their lowest points of the year. Abu Dhabi’s index also declined, triggered by plunging oil prices. The impact of ...
Dubai Chronicle · 12/16/2014
KUWAIT - Cooperation Council (GCC) countries’ stock markets lost more than $16 billion in the past month of July, reaching a loss of $28 billion in the first half of the fiscal year 2011, Kuwait Asset Management Company (KAMCO) report said Wednesday.
Saudi Gazette · 7/31/2015
said the talks in Qatar would take stock of progress made on those goals, particularly since the Iran deal was signed. One US official said that Kerry would use the meeting with the foreign ministers of the Gulf …
Al JAZEERA · 8/1/2015
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The markets have decided who the top performers are. Ben Roberts profiles the biggest construction industry stock market winners of the year so far. Construction Week has analysed the share performance of all construction and materials companies …
Arabian Business · 7/3/2010
As unrest in Middle East has increased the risk premium of riskier assets, the markets have taken a strong hit as investors sold these assets indiscriminately. A recent report puts around 6% of global oil supply at risk from spread of political unrest.
Seeking Alpha · 3/7/2011
Still its YTD return of 14.22 percent is the highest among other GCC benchamrk indices. Micro cap index with 3.13 percent decline contributed to the weak closing of the market. The market capitalization of Saudi stock exchange reached to SR2.09 trillion ...
Arab News · 6/13/2015
The Kuwaiti and Bahraini markets were the only two GCC markets to lose ground on the quarter. The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) value-weighted index was down 0.4 percent and continued to lack a catalyst that would turn things around. The tragic June …
The Peninsula · 7/12/2015
Saudi stocks, which have a market value of about $554 billion, are up 12 percent this year. That compares with an increase of 6.1 percent for the Bloomberg GCC 200 Index and a 1.8 percent loss for the MSCI Emerging …
Bloomberg · ByDinesh Nair andArif Sharif · 7/21/2015
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The performance of stock markets in the Arabian Gulf was mixed in July as the largest, most liquid exchanges posted gains, with shares in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Qatar the only gainers among the six nations of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
MEED · 8/2/2012