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A Chicago theatre that focuses on...

Injaz honours partners for ‘amazing work’

Injaz Qatar has organised an appreciation event to recognise and...

Regency Travel retains its WTA titles

Regency Travel & Tours has been named Middle East’s Leading Travel...

New outlets opened at Lagoona Mall

Darwish Holding and L’Oreal Middle East have opened the Middle East’s...

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Warning over Gulf’s ‘diabetes tsunami’

Qatar’s annual cost for diabetes care could rise from QR1.8bn in 2015...

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In a happy frame of mind

Qatar residents Rachid Oubraim and Ely Jane Dalagan strike a pose...


Region
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Syrian pro-government forces take part in an operation to take control of Aleppo

Artillery fire rocks Aleppo as Syria army presses assault

Heavy artillery exchanges rocked Syria's battleground second city...

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Indian migrant labourers recall Saudi nightmare

They left India for Saudi Arabia with big dreams, but have returned...

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World leaders bid farewell to Peres

World leaders bid farewell to Israeli elder statesman and Nobel Peace...

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Syrian army, rebels wage fierce battles in Aleppo

Syrian government forces and rebels fought battles in the centre of...


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Orban rallies voters ahead of migrant quota poll

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban made a final plea yesterday to voters to reject the EU’s troubled refugee quota plan, a day ahead of a referendum, warning that migrants threatened “Europe’s safe way of life”.

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French police clash with migrants near Calais ‘Jungle’ camp

French police fired tear gas and water cannon at migrants and protesters who gathered in defiance of a ban yesterday outside the shanty town near Calais known as the “Jungle”, local authorities said.

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Pope suffers Orthodox ‘snub’ in Georgia visit

Pope Francis wrapped up a two-day visit to Georgia yesterday after suffering a stinging snub from the local Orthodox church and offering a ringing defence of marriage as “God’s most beautiful creation.”


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APPLE

Apple, Sharp in talks to supply OLED screens for new iPhones

Apple Inc is in negotiations with Sharp Corp to secure organic LED displays for the iPhone maker’s next-generation of devices, a person familiar with the matter said.

US

US markets upended as quarter-end strains meet new policy shift

The US short-term financing markets and the $2.6tn money-fund industry are grappling with one of the most chaotic quarter-end stretches since the financial crisis.

INVESTORS

Investors may not realise world’s longest bull run is over, say bond veterans

No one yet has made money from calling an end to 35 years of gains in world bonds, but that has not stopped investors fretting that an era of central bank largesse is drawing to a close and a seismic shift in global markets is under way.

TECH

Technical analysis of the QSE index

The Index stabilised and ended the week marginally in the green at 10,435.46 (+0.22% from last week).

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Weekly Market Report

The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) index increased by 22.96 points, or 0.22%, during the week to close at 10,435.46.

SAUDI

Saudi economic growth hits three-year low in Q2

Austerity steps weakening growth since early 2015; analysts think Q2 data may ultimately be revised lower; imports, other indicator show non-oil sector struggling; cuts to public sector allowances announced this week

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