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QNB wins ‘Best Foreign Exchange Provider in Qatar 2019’ award

QNB wins ‘Best Foreign Exchange Provider in Qatar 2019’ award

QNB, the largest financial institution in the Middle East and Africa, has received the ‘Best Foreign Exchange Provider in Qatar 2019’ award at the regional awards ceremony held recently in London.

QDB honours top 50 SMEs at ‘SME Excellence List 2018’

QDB honours top 50 SMEs at ‘SME Excellence List 2018’

Qatar Development Bank (QDB) has honoured the country’s top 50 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) during the ‘SME Excellence List 2018’ awards ceremony held in Doha yesterday.

German economy contracts on weak foreign trade, auto bottleneck

German economy contracts on weak foreign trade, auto bottleneck

Q3 contraction is first since Q1 2015; contraction due mainly to weaker foreign trade; auto sector bottleneck also seen playing a role; economy ministry sees upturn continuing in Q4

US consumer prices post largest rise in 9 months

US consumer prices post largest rise in 9 months

Consumer price index increases 0.3% in October; core CPI rises 0.2%; up 2.1% year-on-year

Draghi sets sights on exit with ECB rate hike, Italy permitting

Draghi sets sights on exit with ECB rate hike, Italy permitting

One day next fall, Mario Draghi may do something he hasn’t done in seven years as European Central Bank president: raise interest rates.

Your airline isn’t telling you this when your flight is cancelled

Your airline isn’t telling you this when your flight is cancelled

Flight cancellations are a headache for all involved, the passenger and the airline. While an airline will do all it can to avoid cancelling a flight, it’s inevitable there will be some disruption due to either internal factors, such as operational disruption, lack of crew, aircraft technical fault,

Time to tame unruly passengers on flight

Time to tame unruly passengers on flight

In August 2014, a Heathrow, London-bound Virgin Atlantic flight from Hong Kong was forced to turn around due to “unruly” behaviour by a man, identified as “Robert”.

Greek authorities are moving forward with new plans to save banks

Greek authorities are moving forward with new plans to save banks

Greek authorities are moving forward with two different plans to save their banks from a downward spiral. Some would-be investors think they’re too clever by half.

Trump trade war fallout could haunt US soy farmers for years

Trump trade war fallout could haunt US soy farmers for years

If history is any guide, the trade war with China will have lasting affects for US farmers and their soybean crops that the president won’t be boasting about.

Equity market alarm bells ring as Goldman, Nomura fret growth

Equity market alarm bells ring as Goldman, Nomura fret growth

Markets got high on synchronised growth, but the buzz is fading and an urgent question is taking its place: Will they get another fix?

Asia junk bond strains show up in issuance drop, rising yields

Asia junk bond strains show up in issuance drop, rising yields

Dollar-denominated junk bond sales have reduced to a trickle in Asia as rising borrowing costs prevent companies from accessing the market.

Energy firms dive with oil in Asia; major markets fall into negative territory

Energy firms dive with oil in Asia; major markets fall into negative territory

Asian energy firms took another battering yesterday after oil prices suffered their worst day in three years, while most of the region’s major equity markets fell into negative territory.

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