The state-owned entities (SoEs), such as social security and pension funds, sovereign wealth funds (SWFs), ministries and governments are important institutional investors in the GCC stock markets. An analysis of publicly listed stocks in …
DUBAI, June 5 (Reuters) - Qatar's stock market plunged on Monday after Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain severed ties with Doha, accusing it of supporting terrorism. The Qatari stock index sank 7.6 percent in the …
In a research note released last week, the IIF said the oil crash has taken its toll on GCC stock markets which are still well below their average for 2014, with a market capitalisation of US$940bn (68 per cent of GCC GDP). ‘Privatisation plans …
It was the first attempt by the GCC to meet since a deep rift earlier this year when three of its members -- Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain -- imposed an economic embargo on a fourth, Qatar. Usually attended by heads …
"A prolonged or deepening rift between Qatar and its GCC neighbors would potentially have a more marked financial effect and increase funding costs for the sovereign and other Qatari entities," Moody's told clients. It currently rates Qatar at …
DUBAI: Qatar’s stock market plunged on Monday after Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain severed ties ... Saudi Arabia and other GCC countries traditionally account for only about 5 to 10 percent of daily trading on the …