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Qatar shares edges higher to inch near 8,900 level

Qatar shares edges higher to inch near 8,900 level

The Qatar Stock Exchange on Tuesday gained 28 points to inch near 8,900 levels despite losers outnumbering gainers.

Domestic institutions help QSE cross 8,600 level

Domestic institutions help QSE cross 8,600 level

The Qatar Stock Exchange on Tuesday surpassed the 8,600 level, mainly on strong buying support from domestic institutions.

Philippines downgrades Taal Volcano alert level

Philippines downgrades Taal Volcano alert level

The alert level for Taal Volcano in the Philippines was lowered to Level 3 on Sunday, two weeks after it started spewing ash and lava forcing thousands to evacuate ...

Jet fuel price reaches nearly $85, highest level since November: IATA

Jet fuel price reaches nearly $85, highest level since November: IATA

Jet fuel price has reached nearly $85 per barrel, the highest level since November 2018, mainly due to the US decision to end sanction waivers on Iran oil imports, IATA has said in a report.

Qatar shares cross 10,250 level as selling pressure weakens

Qatar shares cross 10,250 level as selling pressure weakens

The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday witnessed about 67% of the traded constituents returned gains, thus helping its benchmark surpass the 10,250 level.

Mercury level set to rise

Mercury level set to rise

The heat is on in the country as the mercury level is expected to touch 45C in Abu Samra and 43C in Doha on Thursday, the Qatar Met department’s weather report shows.

HMC ‘changing’ perception of mental ailments

HMC ‘changing’ perception of mental ailments

There has been an increase in the number of patients and their families seeking mental healthcare within the community due to the extensive work of Hamad Medical Corporation’s (HMC) Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS).

Erdogan says to extend Turkey's emergency rule

Erdogan says to extend Turkey's emergency rule

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan suggested on Thursday that emergency rule could be extended beyond a year and rounded on rating agencies after Moody's cut Turkey to "junk" status.