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Qatar attends ministerial meeting of OIC members

Qatar participated in the Annual...

Qatar partakes in meeting of LDCs

Qatar participated in the annual ministerial meeting of the Least...

Qatar participates in luncheon banquet on Doha Programme of Action for the LDCs

Qatar participated in the high-level luncheon banquet on the Doha...

Wadi Al Sail area of Al Bidda Park closed

In preparation for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Fan Festival, the...

Qatari twins Sarah and Hajar Abdel Rahman

Qatari twins' literary works become bestsellers

Qatari twins Sarah and Hajar Abdel Rahman stormed the field of body...

MoI participates in GCC security meeting

MoI participates in GCC security meeting

The Ministry of Interior participated in the third GCC Directors and...

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Britain’s Prime Minister Liz Truss and Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer Kwasi Kwarteng chat dur

UK government unveils historic tax cuts as recession looms

Britain’s new Finance Minister Kwasi Kwarteng yesterday unleashed historic tax cuts and huge increases in borrowing in an economic agenda that floored financial markets, with sterling and British government bonds in freefall.

Nurses react as they treat a Covid-19 patient in the ICU (Intensive Care Unit) at Milton Keynes Univ

Covid raises risk of long-term brain injury, large US study finds

People who had Covid-19 are at higher risk for a host of brain injuries a year later compared with people who were never infected by the coronavirus, a finding that could affect millions of Americans, US researchers reported on Thursday.

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Angelina Jolie visits Pakistan flood victims, calls for aid

Hollywood star and humanitarian Angelina Jolie has said the flood disaster in Pakistan should be a "wake-up call" for the world regarding climate change, calling for more international aid after meeting with victims.

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The World Bank has branded the financial crisis one of the world's worst since the 19th century.

Lebanese currency hits record low amid bank closures

The Lebanese pound has hit a new low against the US dollar on the...


Iran greets queen’s death with official silence

Tehran has avoided official comment on the death of Queen Elizabeth...

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UN rights chief slams Israel over blocked staff visas

Outgoing UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet blasted Israel yesterday...


UAE’s perspiring pooches get air-conditioned workout

Oscar beats the summer heat of the United Arab Emirates by working...

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Jerome Powell and Tiff Macklem

Fed’s hawkishness casts doubt on Bank of Canada’s soft landing

The Federal Reserve’s efforts to step up its fight against inflation will cast doubt on the Bank of Canada’s ability to limit its own interest rate hikes.


Wall Street’s leading banks see rebound in oil prices

Oil is set to rebound in the fourth quarter, according to some of Wall Street’s leading banks, as low inventories and sustained demand underpin a recovery despite growing concerns of a global slowdown.

The European headquarters of Goldman Sachs Group in London. Goldman slashed its year-end target for

Goldman slashes S&P 500 target citing higher Fed rates path

Goldman Sachs Group Inc slashed its year-end target for the S&P 500 Index to 3,600 from 4,300, arguing that a dramatic shift in the outlook for interest rates moving higher will weigh on valuations for US equities.

Stacks of dollar bills pass through a circulator machine at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in

It’s every nation for itself as dollar batters global currencies

Nations are being forced to go it alone in erecting defences against the relentless strength of the greenback, with no sign that governments are willing to act in concert.

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High tech firms in Turkiye keen to maintain effective ties with Qatari businesses

High tech companies in Turkiye are keen to maintain effective co-operation with Qatari businesses and go into joint ventures in both Turkiye and Qatar to build on the already excellent relations between the leaderships and peoples of the two brotherly countries.

As many as five out of the seven financial intermediaries in QSE witnessed growth in their share tra

Fed rate hike plays spoilsport as QSE index tanks 600 points, M-cap erodes QR35bn

The apprehensions over an expected extremely tight US monetary policy and later the sharp 75 basis points hike in rates by the US Federal Reserve had dampened sentiments on the Qatar Stock Exchange, which resulted in its key index plummet 600 points and capitalisation erode QR35bn.


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