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Qatar yesterday proposed the creation of a single GCC stock market to attract capital, activate growth and support a drive for economic integration among members. Dr Ghanem Al Hamadi, director of the Doha Securities Market, made the proposal at a …
uaeinteract.com · 1/7/2002
MANAMA: S&P Dow Jones Indices yesterday announced the launch of the S&P GCC Composite Sharia Dividend Index. It is designed to measure the performance of the highest yielding, Sharia-compliant stocks from the GCC region that meet respective …
Gulf Daily News · 1/23/2014
According to the World Bank, international migrant stock in Bangladesh was last measured at 0.73 percent ... Besides, such Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries as Saudi Arab and Qatar are likely to be in high demand for workers in the construction ...
The Daily Star · 16 hours ago
The GCC banking credit stock is also expected to climb by around 10 in 2014 and 2015. “Islamic banking growth is being driven by strong economic growth, recovering corporate asset quality cycle and ample financing opportunities. We believe Islamic …
Pakistan Observer · 10/13/2014
NBAD intends to launch the ETF soon, pending regulatory approval. The Dow Jones GCC Titans 50 measures the performance of 50 leading component stocks traded in the six Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar …
GlobeNewswire · 10/13/2009
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
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
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
The stock markets of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries witnessed a collective decline on Aug. 27, punctuated by a state of panic that swept over investors. This came amid increasing political uncertainty in the region and the possibility of a ...
Al Monitor · 12/3/2012
The Kuwaiti and Bahraini markets were the only two GCC markets to lose ground on the quarter, it added, noting the Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) value weighted index was down 0.4 percent and continued to lack a catalyst that would turn things around.
KUNA · 7/8/2015