Singapore’s stock market is finally getting some love again.
The Qatar Stock Exchange witnessed increased buying interests from foreign institutions, even as it treaded a negative trajectory this week.
Indian ambassador to Qatar P Kumaran receives a memento from Qatar Chamber board member and honorary treasurer, Ali bin Abdul-Latif al-Misnad yesterday.
Msheireb Properties, a subsidiary of Qatar Foundation for Education, Sciences and Society Development, held its 6th Annual Risk Management Forum at Bin Jelmood House, part of Msheireb Museums in Msheireb Downtown Doha yesterday.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in yesterday unveiled a new policy aimed at deepening ties with Southeast Asia, as the North Asian economic powerhouse seeks to curb its reliance on traditional trading partners like China and the United States.
Fannie Mae helps borrowers buy homes. Soon it might help build them too.
The euro-area economy will grow at the fastest pace in a decade this year, while the UK heads into an extended slowdown, the European Commission said, highlighting the increasing divergence between the continent and the British economy.
I recently attended a workshop in London arranged by a ‘Big Four’ accounting practice where the panel comprised of five eminent business, financial and political individuals who all expounded their thoughts on the issues around Brexit and whether progress was being made or not.
India’s Tata Motors reported a sharp rise in second-quarter profits yesterday, helped by higher sales of its Jaguar and Land Rover cars, but warned of challenges ahead for its flagship British subsidiary.
It has been a tumultuous week for Middle East stock markets as shockwaves spread from Saudi Arabia’s anti-corruption crackdown and the kingdom’s tensions with Iran. As the dust settles in the region, some analysts can see buying opportunities.