Asian markets mostly rose yesterday as investors tracked renewed US stimulus talks in Washington, while the mood remains upbeat owing to vaccine developments.
Turkish inflation climbed more than expected in November as this year’s lira depreciation filtered through to prices, raising pressure on new central bank governor Naci Agbal to keep monetary policy tight.
EU officials say negotiators will review progress soon; they hope for a deal as soon as today or weekend; Ireland says ‘good chance’ of Brexit deal within days; UK minister: good progress has been made
Boeing Co sealed a landmark order for its 737 MAX jet from Ryanair Holdings Plc, in a major boost for the US plane maker’s efforts to revive its best-selling model after a 20-month grounding.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Thursday gained 74 points to inch near the 10,500 levels, mainly lifted by the real estate and banking sectors.
Qatar has called for stronger producer-consumer collaboration in the natural gas market for the global economic recovery and said natural gas will continue to be cornerstone in the low-carbon energy transition.
HE the Minister of Commerce and Industry Ali bin Ahmed al-Kuwari said on Thursday trade volume between Qatar and European Union members reached $7bn in the first nine months of 2020, representing 12.3% of Qatar's total trade with the world.
Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB), the largest private lender in the country, has been recognised for the second time as the “Bank of The Year: Qatar” by Financial Times’ – The Banker magazine.
The Qatari Businessmen Association (QBA) praised the continuous government support to the private sector to play a key role in order to contribute to promoting economic growth and sustainable development.
Aspiring entrepreneurs with innovative tech-based ideas are invited to be part of Qatar Science & Technology Park’s (QSTP) latest XLR8 cycle, set to commence in January 2021.
The 2022 World Cup is expected to strengthen the economic momentum in Qatar, which has the strongest public finances in the Gulf region, according to Oxford Economics.