The Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) Qatar Branch recently held its annual general meeting (AGM) where two experts from KPMG Qatar discussed the challenges in the field of procurement and how it can improve the bottom line.
Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc surged the most in 20 months after the aero-engine maker ended years of earnings declines and chief executive officer Warren East said he’d double down on management job cuts.
Goldman Sachs has put more than a dozen UK-based banking, sales and trading staff on notice to move to Frankfurt within weeks, two sources with knowledge of the matter said, ..
Prudential PLC’s Malaysian unit is in talks with the country’s No 2 pension fund to sell a 30% stake, valued at about $435mn, said people with knowledge of the matter, as overseas insurers race to comply with new foreign ownership rules.
China will probably stay true to its pledge to further open its financial industry to foreign companies, even as the Trump administration ratchets up the threat of a trade war.
The head of Australia’s central bank is upbeat about domestic economic growth despite a disappointing end to last year, but fears the spectre of a trade war calling threatened US tariffs “highly regrettable.”
Millennials have been accused of disrupting many industries, from newspapers to brick-and-mortar stores. Credit cards appear to be next in line.
Turkey’s central bank kept all its main interest rates unchanged yesterday and pledged to keep liquidity tight until it sees indications of a permanent slowdown in inflation.
Abu Dhabi consumer price inflation more than doubled in January as the UAE introduced a 5% value-added tax, with a weak real estate market preventing inflation from increasing even further, official data showed yesterday.
Stock market investors across the world got a jolt from the sudden resignation of a key Trump adviser yesterday, prompting a drop on Wall Street and in Asia, although Europe regained its poise after an early slump.
Owning $1tn of US Treasuries just doesn’t mean as much as it used to.
Japanese money managers are betting the benchmark 10-year bond yield may drop back below zero as a strengthening yen restricts the central bank’s ability to scale back debt purchases.