The central banks across various jurisdictions are increasingly looking at digital currencies (CBDCs) as an option; even as they are carefully considering the potential challenges and implication on the financial and monetary systems, according to panellists at the World Alliance of International Fi
An across the board selling – notably in consumer goods, industrials and real estate sectors – on Wednesday dragged the Qatar Stock Exchange more than 50 points and its key index settled below 10,000 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Tuesday drove back into positive trajectory to settle above 10,000 points, mainly lifted by domestic institutions’ buying interests.
Doha offers immense opportunities for technologies and the country’s vast multi-billion dollar investments in the sector has laid a solid foundation for attracting further foreign direct investments (FDIs), a top official of the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) said on Tuesday.
Qatar witnessed a modest month-on-month expansion in the production of refined petroleum products and plastics products as well as in reproduction of recorded media; yet its industrial production drifted southwards in August, amid easing of Covid-19 restrictions, according to the official statistics
The Qatar Stock Exchange yesterday settled marginally lower below the 10,000 levels, mainly dragged by telecom, industrials, insurance and consumer goods sectors.
The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) will offer "generous" incentives for those multinational firms wishing to make Doha as a hub for their expansion into the wider Middle East and North Africa (Mena) and South East Asia regions, said its top official on Monday.
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