February 18, 2014
It is entirely possible for property prices to plummet by 50% to 70%.
February 17, 2014
"Egyptians don’t need bread. Give them cash," argues the author.
While Lebanon's economy is suffering domestically, particularly in terms of tourism for example, its franchises abroad are booming.
To what extent will Egypt's tourism sector be affected due to Sunday's Sinai bus explosion, not just in the short-term, but the long-term as well?
Experts are coming out in stronger numbers against Saudization saying that while government quotas are successfully being met as planned, the economy is suffering more than was initially expected as a result.
Saudi Arabia has been one of the best performing G20 economies in recent years with real GDP growth averaging 5.9 percent per annum during 2008-13.
A new survey has revealed that 20 per cent of Dubai Metro users have cars but would rather take the Metro for their daily commute.
With Iran re-rentering the scene, should Saudi Arabia be waving goodbye to its reign over oil markets?
Saudi Arabia continues to find itself pitted against Iran, both on the battlefield in Syria and at economic conferences in Davos.
February 16, 2014
More worries for the boycott-hit economy? IMF criticizes the Bank of Israel, warns of massive real estate bubble
The IMF reports says that home prices are now 25% above their equilibrium value, after rising 80% in the past six years since 2007.
The uncanny resemblance: why the outlook for Russia and GCC oil states is starting to look shockingly similar
There is a very strong parallel between the economic outlook for Russia and the GCC Oil States.
Lebanese banks made an estimated profit of $1.6 billion in 2013, but where is the money coming from?
ArabAd Magazine reported this week that advertising spending in the Middle East has dropped approximately $100 million over the past year. Is this the start of a larger decline in the MENA's advert industry?
Billboards on the highway outside Turaif, a remote desert town in the far north of Saudi Arabia, foretell a glittering future of glass offices and palm-shaded residential streets.
In the Middle East, Dubai is the powerhouse, raking in almost half of the region’s market share of retail spending.
February 14, 2014
With over 277 million members worldwide – 10 million in the MENA region – LinkedIn is a social media giant.