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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
Gulf stocks declined amid increasing pressure on their economies as oil prices drop. The GCC is home to about 29 percent of the world’s proven oil reserves, the bulk of which sits in Saudi Arabia. Iran can boost oil production in one week after ...
Economia e Finanza con Bloomberg · 8/2/2015
Saudi Stocks
Readers might remember APW’s predecessor group Arizona Press Women. GCC and APW teamed to bring some 60 authors to Payson to show their stock, share experiences and to expand their professional …
Payson Roundup · 7/28/2015
Payson Book Festival
An increase of as 6,750 new residential units were delivered this quarter - taking the total Dubai residential stock to 479,000 units – was one ... s residential population and tourist footfall from GCC countries, China and …
Time Out Dubai · 7/27/2015
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
consumer goods and industrials stocks. The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) institutions and non-Qatari individual investors turned bearish and there was increased net selling pressure from GCC retail investors as the …
Gulf Times · 8/2/2015
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
The Bonds are available in denominations of US$10,000, with a minimum investment of US$100,000 (or less if the Qualified Investor meets the suitability tests specified by the Bermuda Stock Exchange ... debt products in the GCC and will allow Centaur ...
StreetInsider · 1/18/2015
The credit ratings agency said Oman’s economy is expected to continue its steady growth, averaging 3.3 per cent during 2015-17, driven by growth in the trade and infrastructure sectors and supported by GCC funded ... government debt stock that amounts ...
Muscat Daily · 8/2/2015
Here are a few women from around the GCC that have caught our attention in this particular ... later became the very first Kuwaiti company to list on the London Stock Exchange, and now manages a formidable US$4.3 billion in assets. Back then, Global ...
Entrepreneur · 3/8/2015