President Donald Trump unveiled an interim deal with China on Friday that will avoid further escalation of a trade war that for almost two years has hung over the world’s largest economies and thus almost any country or company doing business with them.
The Hamad International Airport (HIA) has been voted as the ‘Best Airport in the Middle East’ for the third consecutive year at the 16th Annual Global Traveler’s GT Tested Reader Survey Awards ...
Malaysia’s Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamed, and Malaysia’s Economic Affairs Minister Mohamed Azmin Ali, visited Baladna Food Industries (BFI), the largest producer of dairy products and beverages in Qatar.
Manateq has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with QIB to facilitate "preferential financing" for its logistics parks investors.
CB Wallet acts as a digital wallet, allowing credit and debit cardholders to pay for items in stores quickly, conveniently and securely using their mobile phones.
Turkish industrial production rose for the second month in a row in October after a year of declines as the economy recovers from recession, though the expansion in output from a year earlier was lower than expected at 3.8%, official data showed yesterday.
As head of the Federal Reserve, the late Paul Volcker earned a reputation as an inflation fighter. Current chairman Jerome Powell wants to be known as a job crusader.
The Russian central bank lowered its key interest rate to 6.25% yesterday amid slowing inflation and said further rate reductions in the first half of 2020 looked possible but not imminent.
After a year in which semiconductor stocks defied conventional wisdom with a seemingly unstoppable rally in the face of gloomy fundamentals, analysts are loathe to go all in.
US retail sales increased less than expected in November as Americans cut back on discretionary spending despite a strong labour market, raising fears the economy was slowing a bit faster than anticipated in the fourth quarter.
A major Chinese commodities trader became the biggest dollar bond defaulter among the nation’s state-owned companies in two decades, in a moment of reckoning for Beijing as it struggles to contain credit risk in a weakening economy.