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Conference to help Qatar companies with business continuity, resilience steps

Conference to help Qatar companies with business continuity, resilience steps

Companies in Qatar stand to gain from a one-day conference slated later in the year that would focus on integrating capacity building in the country’s business continuity and resilience (BC&R) sector, it was announced yesterday.

JRE in deal with Berkeley Group for luxury London property investments

JRE in deal with Berkeley Group for luxury London property investments

Just Real Estate (JRE) has signed a landmark partnership with luxury UK real estate developer, ..

Trade war sets bigger booby trap for strong US economy

Trade war sets bigger booby trap for strong US economy

The escalating trade battle between the US and the rest of the world is raising the risk of a meaningful slowing in an otherwise vibrant American economy.

Tencent’s new service to help traders meet online and negotiate prices

Tencent’s new service to help traders meet online and negotiate prices

Tencent Holdings is joining forces with a finance startup to create a system for over-the-counter bond deals, banking on its appeal to the army of traders that already rely on its popular messaging services.

China cuts some banks’ reserve requirements as trade war looms

China cuts some banks’ reserve requirements as trade war looms

China’s central bank said yesterday it would cut the amount of cash that some banks must hold as reserves by 50 basis points (bps), releasing $108bn in liquidity, ..

China moves to quell systemic bond risks after default wave

China moves to quell systemic bond risks after default wave

China’s policy makers and local authorities are taking steps to prevent deepening strains in the $11tn bond market from spiralling into a broader systemic collapse.

Xiaomi snub deals a setback to China tech stock listing plans

Xiaomi snub deals a setback to China tech stock listing plans

Xiaomi Corp’s decision to postpone the China half of its stock debut is a setback to the nation’s plan to compete with Hong Kong and New York for the world’s biggest initial public offerings.

Oil prices rally; metals challenged by dollar and trade war

Oil prices rally; metals challenged by dollar and trade war

The Bloomberg Commodity Index has seen its year-to-date gains disappear following four weeks of heavy selling.

Bond traders in thrall of tariffs keep Treasury yields in check

Bond traders in thrall of tariffs keep Treasury yields in check

Global wrangling over tariffs is throwing a wrench into the 10-year Treasury yield’s advance beyond 3% as key deadlines approach in the growing spat between the US and its trading partners.

New York Internet tax could face blowback after apex court rules

New York Internet tax could face blowback after apex court rules

The US Supreme Court’s decision about online sales tax is viewed as a win for states — but those with aggressive collection policies, such as New York and California, could face challenges from online retailers.

Fitch upgrades QIB outlook to ‘stable’, affirms ‘A’ rating

Fitch upgrades QIB outlook to ‘stable’, affirms ‘A’ rating

Fitch Ratings has upgraded QIB’s outlook to ‘stable’.

Cape Town: Lessons learned

Cape Town: Lessons learned

On April 26, 1990, a Cape Times article predicted Cape Town’s water to run out in 17 years.

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