December 2, 2014
The Turkish banking sector is inexpensive at just above one times price/book value due to the macro risks and consumer credit losses.
Plunging stock markets in the Gulf show investors are panicking about the prospect of $70 oil next year.
December 1, 2014
At this point, the outlook for 2015 is all good news.
Putting their eggs in tourists' baskets: why Dubai's real estate developers are shifting to hospitality
Developers’ rush to build hotels and hotel apartments is being led by the need to diversify their income from pure property sales
Don’t say “no” flat out at first, but instead, use these tactics to negotiate the job offer to suit your needs better.
The government is determined to restore trust and professionalism in state agencies as providers of quality services, according to officials.
Already struggling under the weight of an Israeli blockade, Gazans are now feeling the effects of an Egyptian exclusion zone along their shared border that has sent prices soaring.
Countries which are battling insurgency and economic sanctions will be the first one to get affected as global oil prices continue to drop.
November 30, 2014
The blessing in disguise? How sanctions have created a potentially powerful role for Iran's local automative industry
Iran Khodro, which has a 54 percent market share in the Islamic republic, plans to return this year to its 2011 production level -- 600,000 cars.
The property market in the UAE has become a lot more 'organic and demand driven'
Basel III regulations present an opportunity for Middle East banks and regulators to embrace new rules and improve the sector’s asset quality.
November 27, 2014
The Turkish Industrialists and Businessmen's Association (TÜSİAD) shared the results of a public survey on Wednesday that shows corruption to be on the rise in the country.
A lively debate on Egypt’s renewable energy sector set the stage for this year’s ‘Invest in Egypt’ conference, which began in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday.
Tenant demand in the residential market was found to be largely fuelled by reverse migration from Dubai and Dubai firms increasingly turning to Sharjah for bulk staff housing
Following the ouster of former president Mohamed Morsi, Gulf countries and international financial institutions have pledged assistance to Egypt’s ailing economy.