QNB Group launched a new campaign to win a unique four-day trip to London in a private jet in August 2020, in addition to accommodation in a luxurious five star hotel for five new Qatari customers upon opening of ‘QNB First’ salary account.
Commodities, not least industrial metals, received a boost this week from news that a phase-one trade deal had been reached. The Bloomberg Commodity Index was 2.2% higher on the week with all sectors recording gains.
The world’s oldest central bank stands to be the most significant this month as it pioneers a shift away from negative interest rates.
The rally inspired by the UK Conservative Party’s election victory has come too late for Neil Woodford, whose former flagship fund is being liquidated just as his bets on small and mid-sized UK firms start to pay off.
A friendly lunch in Ottawa this week between Mark Carney and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau raises an interesting question: How large will the Bank of England governor loom in the search for a successor at Canada’s central bank.
The pound is sprinting towards the end of 2019 as the world’s best-performing major currency, yet there are still plenty of hurdles to continue the rally next year.
While the trade war was tangling the flow of goods between the US and China, the Chinese government was opening doors in another arena: Inviting more foreign banks, insurance providers and other financial services companies to set up shop.
Out of the depths of a global credit crisis that showcased an outsized role for the US dollar, Chinese policymakers forged a plan to raise the profile and influence of their own currency. That hasn’t panned out so well, and the coming decade may see yet new headwinds.
Indonesia has taken legal action against the European Union over stricter limits on how palm oil can be used in green fuels, marking a further deepening in trade tensions.
The Chinese government’s annual economic policy meeting which concluded last week signals a continuation of the current moderate stimulus strategy with only fine-tuning likely, economists said.
Al Khalij Commercial Bank (Al Khaliji), has moved to its landmark new headquarters, Al Khaliji Tower, in Lusail City, beckoning the start of a new journey of growth for Qatar’s "next generation" bank.
Qatar's cost of living, based on consumer price index (CPI) inflation, declined 0.69% year-on-year in November 2019 mainly on fall in the indices of clothing, recreation, housing and transport ...