April 30, 2012
Reductions in the cost of technology have lowered the barrier to entry for start-ups who previously could not afford to trade on the financial markets, according to a panel of experts at TradeTech Europe this week.
The strong tourism fundamentals of the region are still there and recovery is only a matter of time, according to a panel of experts at the Arabian Hotel Investment conference which addressed the Arab Spring impact as a major theme.
Gold rose as disappointing U.S. growth and European debt jitters boosted investment demand for the precious metal.
The residential rents in Abu Dhabi registered a 7 percent drop in the first quarter and were set to fall further amid significant jump in supply across all sectors at a time of weak demand and tight economic conditions, said a report.
April 29, 2012
Still, bringing the deal of the Gas to a total halt was unexpected, given the sensitive nature of Cairo-Tel Aviv relations.
The Energy and Water Minister Gebran Bassil underscored the importance of devising an energy policy that ensures both economic and environmental sustainability for the country.
The number of Emirati tourists to Egypt increased by 15.4 percent in the first quarter of this year, following a steep decline in visitors to the country last year, figures from the Egyptian Tourist Authority show.
April 26, 2012
The fast growth of aviation in the region should not, however, obscure the fact that global aviation faces considerable challenges.
Basically there will be a sudden demand for physical gold that cannot be met and short sellers will be forced to cover and buy gold at higher prices.
There are several simple ways for consumers to reduce their energy bills, according to an energy conservation expert.
April 25, 2012
Lebanon’s vulnerability to global food price shocks may compromise its ability to make progress across a number of Millennium Development Goals, the World Bank’s “Global Monitoring Report 2012” suggests.
According to the firm's Mobile Life study, 46 percent of mobile users in the UAE, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Israel are currently using an iPhone, Android, BlackBerry or other smart devices.
he European Union has targeted Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his family member's luxury lifestyle by imposing a ban on the export of luxury goods to Damascus.
April 24, 2012
The decision comes in the wake of the Kingdom’s move to reduce the number of vehicles on the road.
It is worth considering what factors have lead to the very high commercial and residential property prices in cities such as Singapore, Central London or Mumbai.