The increased net selling pressure from foreign and Gulf funds on Monday dragged the Qatar Stock Exchange more than 43 points and its key index retreated below 8,900 levels.
Australia on Sunday added to growing pressure on China over its handling of the novel coronavirus, questioning its transparency and demanding an international investigation into the origins of the virus ...
Retailers on Tuesday stepped up their push for coronavirus-related restrictions to be eased in Germany so that shops can return to business, while several politicians also called for a gradual reopening of the country's schools.
The Qatar Stock Exchange remained under selling pressure for the fifth straight session and its key index settled below 9,500 levels despite increased buying interests from local and non-Qatari retail investors.
Faster decline, especially within the first 60 minutes of opening, had its spell on the Qatar Stock Exchange, which on Monday sunk below 10,300 points.
The Qatar Stock Exchange, which on Sunday reopened after Eid holidays, witnessed a rollercoaster drive with its key index making quick gains in the first half to touch 10,400 levels ...
Sterling weakened again on Thursday as pressure mounted on Prime Minister Theresa May to name a date for her departure after a backlash over her last-ditch plans for Britain's exit from the European Union.
The Qatar Stock Exchange opened the week weak in the sixth straight session of losses as its key index fell below 10,000 points despite weakened net selling by foreign institutions.
Britain's exit from the European Union was in disarray after the implosion of Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit strategy left her under pressure from rival factions to leave without a deal ...
Qatar-based beIN MEDIA GROUP is set to launch a major international legal dispute against the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) for material breach of its multi-million dollar broadcast agreement.
The Qatar Stock Exchange continued its bearish spell for the fifth consecutive day on Monday and remained under 9,700 levels, mainly dragged by local retail investors.
Britain's government is not preparing for a second referendum on Brexit, ministers said on Sunday, sticking to the script that Prime Minister Theresa May's deal could still pass through parliament with a few changes.