The current cycle of “extend and pretend” is coming to an end as the planned economy model of the past eight years comes to breaking point, an investment specialist has warned investors.
The second-quarter (Q2) outlook
If you are “all in” on Middle East equities, it might be a good idea to add some diversification to your portfolio, said an investment expert listing top picks for regional investors in 2015.
The perfect portfolio adap
Will Opec go for a quick fix and worry about the future later or will it pass the challenge to US producers by allowing the price to remain low or go even lower? These are the questions that the market will be looking for answers to this Thursda
Saxo Bank, an online Danish investment bank, has announced the opening of a representative office in Abu Dhabi, its second in the UAE, as part of its regional expansion strategy.
Saxo was the first Scandinavian bank to establish a
Saxo Bank, the multi-asset online investment bank headquartered in Denmark, has partnered with SMC Global Securities to launch an online trading platform for its clients in India.
The trading platforms of Saxo Bank A/S provide dir
The major commodity sectors all saw small setbacks during the week which to a certain extent was driven by some profit-taking following rising markets during the early parts of August, a report said.
US bond yields rose to a two-y
When it comes to economic momentum, Mena is divided into two halves: the north versus the south. This is not unlike in Europe, just with a bit of role reversal, says the chief economist of Saxo Bank.
“Commenting on Egypt is
Gold and silver should see a mild recovery over the next quarter, while the commodities sector looks set for a relatively benign near-term future, a report said.
Oil is likely to remain at current levels, struggling to push past p
Saxo Bank, an online trading and investment specialist, has launched Saxo TV, to provide on-demand business and financial analysis.
Saxo TV, led by the former Bloomberg TV News anchor, Owen Thomas, is integrated with Trading
Co-CEO and co-founder of Saxo Bank, Lars Seier Christensen believes that the real problem is not Cyprus, it is the Euro, as he has written in his latest blog post.
After a few disturbing weeks, I would like to wrap up my comments