June 11, 2013
Dubai: The Dubai stock benchmark tumbled to its biggest one-day drop since March 2012 as investors continued to shun risk ahead of the MSCI decision on Wednesday to upgrading the UAE into emerging market category.
The Muscat Securities Market continued to climb on Monday with strong buying support from local investors. The benchmark index gained 1.28 per cent before closing at a 52-week high of 6,633.41.
June 10, 2013
An Egyptian delegation arrived in Doha yesterday to secure a natural gas deal, as Egypt continues to suffer from fuel bottlenecks leading to frequent power cuts.
Qatar Petrochemical Company (QAPCO) has secured a QAR 1.1 billion facility from Barwa Bank to fund its expansion plans.
Abu Dhabi healthcare firm Al Noor Hospitals plans to raise between $320 million and $390 million by offloading up to 34 percent of the company's stock through a flotation in London, it said on Monday.
Gulf Bank, with The Export Import Bank of Korea (Korea Eximbank), signed a Memorandum of Understanding which aims at collaboratively financing the industrial and commercial projects in the state of Kuwait.
Egyptian three- and nine-month treasury bill yields climbed at auction on Sunday, with investors thin on the ground due to concerns over political unrest ahead of anti-government protests planned for June 30.
A former woman executive with Nakheel allegedly fled to her home country after embezzling more than Dh1.3 million worth of tenancy contract cheques, a court heard.
Russia’s Rosneft is under no pressure to sell assets to fund debt repayments and will decide how to streamline its business once cost savings from a takeover of rival TNK-BP become clear, its finance chief said.
The UAE and Qatar will see a gradual surge in foreign investment inflows of up to $3 billion if they get elevated to the emerging market status tomorrow, investment managers said.
The regulation allows a shareholder who does not want to or cannot subscribe for the share increase to sell his rights for financial benefit.
Emaar Properties has unveiled its newest residential development in the city.
Taking cue from the strength in global equities, the Muscat Securities Market general index traded in positive territory, gaining 0.79 per cent to close at 6,549.61 on Sunday.
The Dubai and Abu Dhabi benchmarks fell yesterday, led by real estate stocks, that had some of the biggest gains this year ahead of index compiler MSCI Inc.’s decision on its review of UAE’s and Qatar’s possible upgrade to emerging market from its current frontier status.
June 9, 2013
Qatar's Central Bank said on Thursday it would issue 1 billion Qatari riyals ($300 million) worth of sukuk and 3 billion riyals worth of bonds next week.