UAE's stock market regulator may extend deadline
The UAE's stock market regulator may extend a Jan. 31 deadline for firms to report 2005 earnings, sources in the regulator told Reuters.
The UAE Securities and Commodities Authority is considering extending the deadline by at least one in a bid to make up for delays caused by the Eid Al Adha holiday and a mourning period after the Jan 3 death of Dubai's ruler. All in all, UAE markets have only been open for eight days, the report added.
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