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Stronger dollar supports Qatari riyal; very small chance of depegging: Oxford Economics

Stronger dollar supports Qatari riyal; very small chance of depegging: Oxford Economics

The stronger dollar has supported the pegged Qatari riyal, Oxford Economics said and noted there is only a “very small chance of depegging even if co-ordination over policy with other Gulf countries ...

Qatar economy set to recover from pandemic in H2: Oxford Economics

Qatar economy set to recover from pandemic in H2: Oxford Economics

Qatar’s economy is set to recover from the pandemic in second half of this year (H2) and grow steadily over the medium term, amid ongoing investment ahead of World Cup 2022 and a rise in gas production ...

GCC countries are resilient to weather coronavirus storm: Oxford Economics

GCC countries are resilient to weather coronavirus storm: Oxford Economics

Most GCC countries are resilient enough to weather the coronavirus storm, Oxford Economics said and noted restrictive measures have been in place for several weeks ...

Qatar takes lead in bond issue; Gulf countries may follow suit: Oxford Economics

Qatar takes lead in bond issue; Gulf countries may follow suit: Oxford Economics

Qatar has taken the lead in bond issue, Oxford Economics said and noted other governments in the region could follow soon to “help finance the economic and fiscal shortfall” this year.

Qatar able to afford more fiscal support amid Covid-19 crisis: Oxford Economics

Qatar able to afford more fiscal support amid Covid-19 crisis: Oxford Economics

Qatar is among the financially strong countries that is able to "afford more significant fiscal support" despite the slump in oil prices, Oxford Economics said in its research brief on GCC response to the Covid-19 crisis.

Lowest fiscal break-even makes Qatar 'more resilient' to lower oil prices than other producers: Oxford Economics

Lowest fiscal break-even makes Qatar 'more resilient' to lower oil prices than other producers: Oxford Economics

Qatar is “more resilient” to lower oil prices than other producers, thanks to the lowest fiscal break-even (at $45.4 per barrel in 2020) in the GCC, large financial buffers and greater flexibility ...

Qatar GDP growth seen averaging 2.9% in 2021-22: Oxford Economics

Qatar GDP growth seen averaging 2.9% in 2021-22: Oxford Economics

Qatar’s GDP growth is seen averaging 2.9% in 2021-22, according to Oxford Economics, which still looks for an “improvement” in the medium term, amid ongoing investment ...

Qatar economy set to see gains on hydrocarbon, budget spending: Oxford Economics

Qatar economy set to see gains on hydrocarbon, budget spending: Oxford Economics

Qatar economy will see further improvement in the medium term; Oxford Economics said and noted the country’s GDP growth is seen averaging 2.9% in 2021-22.

Qatar set to remain GCC's 'fastest-growing economy'

Qatar set to remain GCC's 'fastest-growing economy'

Qatar is set to remain the “fastest” growing country in the GCC region at 3.5% this year and 3.7% in 2017, the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) has said in a report.