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Qatar’s corporate sector seen set for more listings in ’19

Qatar’s corporate sector seen set for more listings in ’19

Qatar’s corporate sector is slated to see more listings in 2019, indicating the growing confidence in the country’s bourse, which is the best performer in the Gulf so far this year.

China’s Xi pledges ‘unswerving’ reforms, but on own terms

China’s Xi pledges ‘unswerving’ reforms, but on own terms

Chinese President Xi Jinping called yesterday for the unswerving implementation of reforms on Beijing’s terms, saying no one could boss it around, but offered no new measures in a speech marking 40 years of market liberalisation.

China expected to grow 6.5% next year: Govt researcher

China expected to grow 6.5% next year: Govt researcher

China’s economy should grow 6%-6.5% next year, with a boost from “moderately loose” economic policy, a researcher at the state planner said yesterday, dismissing concerns there could be a sharp slowdown.

UK economy heads for bleak 2019 as BoE’s Brexit worries mount

UK economy heads for bleak 2019 as BoE’s Brexit worries mount

The warning signs of 2019 are lighting up for the UK economy as Brexit comes to a head.

Fed’s experiment to control key rate may already be at its limit

Fed’s experiment to control key rate may already be at its limit

The Federal Reserve’s latest strategy to control its key interest rate may already be reaching its limits.

Islamic banking profits jump 27.7% in Pakistan

Islamic banking profits jump 27.7% in Pakistan

Profits of the Islamic banking industry surged by 27.7% to Rs23bn in 3QCY18, from Rs18bn in same quarter last year, reported State Bank of Pakistan’s Islamic Banking Bulletin issued this month.

‘UK has broadest Islamic finance knowledge base’

‘UK has broadest Islamic finance knowledge base’

The UK comes on top of a list of Islamic finance knowledge providers, with 80 institutions providing courses on the matter in the country as per 2017.

There’s one place where venture funds chase founders to give them money

There’s one place where venture funds chase founders to give them money

Yusuke Muranaka is ready to bet millions of dollars on entrepreneurs in Japan. Now he’s got to find more qualified people willing to take his money.

Modi’s cashflow woes just got bearable thanks to RBI switch

Modi’s cashflow woes just got bearable thanks to RBI switch

Facing cash flow problems just months before a national election, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi could have a saviour in the country’s new central bank chief.

`S Korea to give $3bn to troubled auto suppliers

`S Korea to give $3bn to troubled auto suppliers

South Korea unveiled a policy package to support its embattled car parts makers industry that includes providing financial support worth over 3.5tn won ($3.10bn) and encouraging the use of electric cars.

Europe markets end lower on weak global economy

Europe markets end lower on weak global economy

The British stock market remained beset with worries over the nature of the nation’s looming exit from the European Union next March.

EM equities fall; FX buoyed before Fed meeting

EM equities fall; FX buoyed before Fed meeting

Emerging market shares fell for a third straight day yesterday after Wall Street slid to its lowest levels in more than a year following a run of weak data around the world.

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