The increased buying interests of foreign institutions yesterday extended the bullish run on the Qatar Stock Exchange for the fourth straight session and its key index surpassed the 10,800 levels.
The total volume of Qatar’s private sector exports during the first quarter reached QR5.08bn, showing a decrease of 12% compared to the first quarter of 2020 (QR5.78bn), Qatar Chamber said in a newsletter.
The first edition of 'Qatar Economic Forum, Powered by Bloomberg' will be held virtually from June 21 to 23.
Russian oil giant Rosneft PJSC agreed to sell a stake in its Vostok Oil mega project to a consortium including Vitol Group, raising more money from trading houses after a Trafigura Group deal last year.
Lordstown Motors Corp yesterday announced the sudden departure of its chief executive and finance head, just days after the electric truck maker warned that it may not have enough money to stay in business over the next year, sending shares down more than 15% in early trading.
The European Union is testing investors’ appetite to fund nearly $1tn of debt over five years as it seeks to finance its recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
General Electric Co and Safran SA are teaming up to develop technologies for a new generation of jet engines, seeking a breakthrough that would cut fuel consumption by more than 20% and potentially power single-aisle planes by the middle of next decade.
Indian monetary policy makers are tolerating inflation rates higher than their 4% medium-term target while they focus resources on an economic rebound.
Toshiba Corp’s chairman of the board on Monday pushed back against investor calls to resign, saying he wanted to help right the crisis-hit Japanese conglomerate and would bring in new directors.
Institute of Internal Auditors Qatar chapter recently conducted an event to celebrate ‘International Internal Audit Awareness Month of May’ with discussions on the future of internal audit.