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Trump is sending envoys to Mideast for peace talks

Trump is sending envoys to Mideast for peace talks

Kushner and Powell will also meet leaders of Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE

Lanka to divest hotel firms after port sale

Lanka to divest hotel firms after port sale

Sri Lanka yesterday announced plans to sell off two state-owned luxury hotel companies following its billion-dollar privatisation of a loss-making port.

Gulf Food aims to augment production within 4 month

Gulf Food aims to augment production within 4 month

Entrepreneurs and factory owners in Qatar have stepped up efforts to help the country become self-reliant in terms of dairy and food production.

Twin blasts in Philippine capital kill at least two

Twin blasts in Philippine capital kill at least two

Two explosions in the Philippine capital on Saturday night killed at least two people and injured four others, police and witnesses said.

BoJ chief voices confidence in hitting inflation target

BoJ chief voices confidence in hitting inflation target

Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda yesterday voiced confidence that the country’s inflation rate will accelerate towards his 2% target as robust economic growth pushes up wages and helps heighten inflation expectations.

Sony reaches 22-month high as analysts predict record profit

Sony reaches 22-month high as analysts predict record profit

Sony Corp shares jumped to their highest since May 2015 after a bullish earnings report triggered analyst predictions that the electronics maker could achieve record profit this year. The Tokyo-based company rose 3% to ¥3,873 at the close in Tokyo yesterday

Saudi Electricity in talks with banks for dollar sukuk issue

Saudi Electricity in talks with banks for dollar sukuk issue

State-controlled utility Saudi Electricity Co is in talks with regional and international banks about making a US dollar-denominated sukuk issue, banking sources said on Monday.

UN chief lauds Pakistan’s role in promoting peace

UN chief lauds Pakistan’s role in promoting peace

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has praised Pakistan’s valuable contribution to international peace and security at a glittering Pakistan Day reception in New York.

Chinese growth prospects improved, says PBoC chief

Chinese growth prospects improved, says PBoC chief

Chinese central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan said growth prospects have improved in the world’s second-largest economy, but its monetary policy remains prudent and neutral.

Spurs up to second as Kane treble crushes Stoke

Spurs up to second as Kane treble crushes Stoke

Harry Kane hit a first-half hat-trick as Tottenham stormed up to second in the Premier League with a 4-0 home demolition of Stoke yesterday.

Oil after Opec expected to remain in $55-$60 range: QNB

Oil after Opec expected to remain in $55-$60 range: QNB

As Opec cuts have expedited the clearing of the global oil market, the key determinant of oil prices is shifting to US shale oil breakevens, which are expected to remain in the $55-60 range, QNB has said in an economic commentary.

Vardy gives Leicester hope in Sevilla defeat

Vardy gives Leicester hope in Sevilla defeat

Jamie Vardy’s first Champions League goal gave Leicester City a lifeline in their last 16 tie despite going down 2-1 to Sevilla in Wednesday’s first leg.