Qatar has witnessed a robust month-on-month expansion in the use of treated wastewater in the irrigation of green spaces in March 2021, according to the Planning and Statistics Authority (PSA).
As the pullback in Federal Reserve monetary support draws inexorably closer, investors are striving to taper-proof their portfolios with 2013’s volatility still fresh in their minds.
Copper and iron ore prices hit record highs on Friday as demand for the key commodities surges on the back of a powerful recovery in the global economy, though Asian equity markets struggled to maintain an early rally ahead of a keenly awaited US jobs report.
China’s exports rose more than expected in April, suggesting its trade out-performance could last longer than expected this year, fuelled by global fiscal stimulus.
Turkey’s central bank held its key interest rate steady at 19% as expected yesterday and repeated a pledge to keep it above inflation, which the bank expects to cool after having risen beyond 17% as the lira depreciated.
A majority of Rio Tinto’s shareholders rejected the global miner’s executive pay packages yesterday, in a backlash over its destruction last year of ancient rock shelters in Western Australia.
The Qatar Stock Exchange Thursday saw more than 51% of the traded constituents make gains although it treaded a flat path overall for the second consecutive day.
As Singapore’s government assesses any potential change to a planned travel bubble with Hong Kong following a spike in local virus cases, families on both sides of the South China Sea are waiting and watching with bated breath – again.
Middle Eastern airlines’ passenger traffic demand fell 81.6% in March compared to March 2019, improved over an 83.1% demand drop in February, versus the same month in 2019, IATA’s latest report has shown.