This week could mark the beginning of the end of an equities play in Middle Eastern markets: The upgrade of Saudi Arabia to emerging-markets gauges.
Qatari banks have been able to maintain a very healthy balance sheet in the first quarter, thanks to the Qatar Central Bank’s (QCB) prudent monetary policy and the overall growth momentum in the country ...
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday opened the week weak to fall below the 9,700 level, mainly on stronger selling pressure from domestic institutions.
Trade negotiations between the US and China have soured dramatically since early May 2019, when Chinese officials sought major changes to the text of a proposed deal that the Trump administration ...
Zhang Shiping, the industrialist who hauled cotton bales in rural China before building a multi billion-dollar empire spanning metal to textiles to electricity, has died. He was 73.
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc took the unusual step of tapping a competitor to help offload $300mn of debt it was stuck holding after stumbling through its inaugural effort in the US junk bond market.
The US is refraining from labelling Vietnam a currency manipulator based on new data the country provided the Treasury Department, according to a person familiar with the matter.
The benchmark index of the Pakistan Stock Exchange gained 2,537 points during the outgoing week, recovering by 7.5% since fluctuations in the exchange rate and economic uncertainty wreaked havoc in the financial markets.
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said the Mexican economy still has time to recover after first-quarter data showed it contracted more than forecast in the beginning of his government.
Argentine banks are among the clear winners from the central bank’s plan to lower inflation and restore confidence in the peso.