Confidence in the global gold market is starting to return, with the physical market adjusting and taking comfort from the price stabilisation since November, according to a recent survey.
The ‘Gold 2015,’ the 49th in
Egypt expects to sign agreements worth up to $20 billion at a weekend investment summit in the Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheikh, its investment minister said on Friday.
Egypt wants the conference to project an image of stability
The World Health Organization said it was still trying to slow the rate of new infections but had ‘reasonable confidence’ that the Ebola virus plaguing three West African countries had not spread into neighbouring states.
Bahrain has paid great attention to the concepts of corporate governance to increase investor confidence and boost economic growth, a top minister said.
Industry and Commerce Dr Hassan Fakhro was speaking after opening the first A
Business leaders in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region have expressed confidence and optimism in the region’s labour market for next year, according to a recent study.
The first Mena Labour Market Confidence Inde
Egypt's finance ministry is studying the possibility of issuing its first international bond since 2010, two officials told Reuters, as investor confidence in the country gradually returns after the turmoil which followed the 2011 revoluti
The Middle East and North African countries' confidence in the global and local economies is at a two-year high, with 61 per cent saying the global economy is improving, up from 32 per cent six months ago, said a report.
The confidence among CEOs in the UAE climbed 3.1 points to 70.6 in the last quarter of 2013, according to a sentiment index.
The YPO Global Pulse sentiment index pointed out that it was at par with Saudi Arabia (71.8), and above t
Consumers in the UAE and Saudi Arabia were among the world's most bullish in the final quarter of 2013 while Americans were slightly less willing to spend than in the previous quarter, a global survey showed.
Business leaders gathering for their annual high-profile networking forum in Davos are feeling a bit better about their companies' prospects and a lot more so about the broader economic outlook.
But they still have a long list