DUBAI: Gulf stock markets were mixed on Thursday, coming under pressure from some negative earnings reports but supported by stronger oil, while Egypt established a clear break of major technical resi
MOSCOW: Russia sold only a fifth of the bonds it offered at its first debt auction since November as investors demanded yields higher than it was willing to pay amid concern the government will lose i
LONDON: Oil producers in Iraqi Kurdistan are unrelenting in their goal to boost output even after the collapse in international prices to below $50 a barrel.
MADRID: Spain's unemployment rate fell for the second straight year in 2014, official data showed Thursday, but at 23.7 percent the country's labor market still faces a long road to recovery.
The Council of Saudi Chambers (CSC) will send a delegation comprising of members from the Saudi-Canadian Business Council (SCBC) to Canada from March 2-6, in order to bolster trade cooperation between
DUBAI: Dubai government-owned property developer Limitless has secured the agreement of 85 percent of its creditors for a three-month extension to a debt repayment due at the end of 2014 and for a pro
NEW YORK: After Switzerland shocked markets by scrapping its currency cap, investors are beginning to ask whether a policy surprise may be lurking for the dollar, too.
DUBAI: Cheap oil will slow growth in most Gulf Arab economies this year but heavy spending by governments and healthy private sector activity will prevent any serious slump, a Reuters poll showed on T
DUBAI: Saudi Arabia's National Industrialisation Co.
TORONTO: A surprise move by the Bank of Canada to cut interest rates on Wednesday could reignite Canada's housing market and renew fears of a bubble, just as the market had finally begun to cool after
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