HE the Qatar Central Bank Governor Sheikh Abdulla bin Saoud al-Thani receives a bouquet of flowers from Doha Bank managing director Sheikh Abdul Rehman bin Mohamed bin Jabor al-Thani during the bank’s knowledge-sharing session titled ‘Qatar — Land of Opportunities’, held on Wednesday at the Four Sea
Chinese curbs on stock and regular bond sales are driving record issuance of convertible notes. Buyers of the hybrid securities are being rewarded.
Companies from the world’s second-biggest economy are increasingly targeting the region for investment, especially into infrastructure.
Previous laws were only partly effective in resolving the problems of insolvency and bankruptcy in the corporate world and one would have to wait to judge the effectiveness of the current mechanism to deal with the issue, India’s Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said yesterday.
Uber Technologies has won a victory in its effort to keep unhappy customers from suing in court, persuading a federal appeals court to send a Connecticut passenger’s price-fixing case against the ride-service company into arbitration.
A year after disrupting the US stock market with a new approach to handling trades, upstart stock exchange operator IEX Group is planning to nab listings from rivals by charging simpler, cheaper fees, Sara Furber, IEX’s head of listings, said in a recent interview.
Lead has been an unlikely and unforeseen beneficiary of the North Korea missile crisis. A new round of UN sanctions includes North Korean exports of lead concentrate.