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Brexit bullion: Fear of no-deal triggers Irish gold rush

Brexit bullion: Fear of no-deal triggers Irish gold rush

In a vault under the streets of Dublin a pot of gold owned by anxious investors is growing every day Britain edges closer to leaving the EU without a deal.

US demands regular review of China’s trade reform progress

US demands regular review of China’s trade reform progress

The United States is pushing for regular reviews of China’s progress on pledged trade reforms as a condition for a trade deal – and could again resort to tariffs if it deems Beijing has violated the agreement, according to sources briefed on negotiations to end the trade war between the two nations.

Putin push to dump greenback proves hard sell with Russia Inc

Putin push to dump greenback proves hard sell with Russia Inc

Russia’s central bank dumped $101bn last year in its biggest-ever shift away from the US currency amid fears of new sanctions.

‘Jio added most subscribers in Nov 2018’

‘Jio added most subscribers in Nov 2018’

Reliance Jio led the subscription race in November 2018 adding around 880.10mn subscribers across the country, the highest among all the telecom service providers.

Alibaba set to put off some hiring, cut travel spending

Alibaba set to put off some hiring, cut travel spending

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd is cutting its spending on travel and postponing some new hiring as China’s largest e-commerce company braces for a slowing economy, people familiar with the matter said.

World economy wobbles on eve of Davos with politics to blame

World economy wobbles on eve of Davos with politics to blame

Dimon, Merkel, Sandberg among the delegates attending WEF; Chinese data, IMF forecasts to set the tone at meetings

Oil gloom turns to boom as China, Fed allay worst fears

Oil gloom turns to boom as China, Fed allay worst fears

Investors are the most optimistic on oil in two months as the worst fears that roiled markets at the end of the year start to dissipate.

How pressing is Lebanon’s financial challenge?

How pressing is Lebanon’s financial challenge?

Financial strains in Lebanon have been brought into focus by turbulence on markets where its dollar-denominated sovereign bonds suffered a heavy sell-off last week following comments by the finance minister about the public debt.

Darkening clouds in key Asian exporters as advanced economies demand weakens: QNB

Darkening clouds in key Asian exporters as advanced economies demand weakens: QNB

The effects of weakening demand in large advanced and emerging economies (US, EU, Japan, and China) are spilling over to other corners of the globe, QNB has said in an economic commentary.

Synergistic opportunities prevail between Qatar, Canada, says Doha Bank CEO

Synergistic opportunities prevail between Qatar, Canada, says Doha Bank CEO

Canada could participate in various big-ticket projects Qatar is undertaking in different sectors, Doha Bank Group CEO Dr R Seetharaman has said during a recently-held knowledge sharing session titled ‘Qatar Economic and Financial Outlook’.

Europe-Middle East market 'top performer' in premium air fares: IATA

Europe-Middle East market 'top performer' in premium air fares: IATA

The Europe-Middle East market was the “top performer” in terms of premium air fares relative to economy, followed by Europe-Southern Africa, IATA has said in its latest financial monitor.

Qatar Chamber holds meeting to discuss members’ database update

Qatar Chamber holds meeting to discuss members’ database update

Qatar Chamber’s Registration and Membership Committee has recently held a meeting to discuss ways on how to update its members’ database, the chamber said in a statement Saturday.

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