Asian stocks edged up on Friday and looked likely to end the week with tiny gains, although the outlook remained grim as investors continued dumping emerging market assets as their growth expectations faded. The dollar crept higher.
Oil prices slipped on Wednesday after an unexpectedly high build in US crude inventories, further evidence of a persistent global oversupply.
US crude oil stockpiles rose 4.6 million barrels in the week to Sept. 25, the American P
Asian shares were subdued on Thursday after more dour economic news in China and the US prompted a bruising selloff the previous day.
Worries that an eventual tightening in US monetary policy and slower growth
A rising tide of delistings from Kuwait's stock market threatens to widen a gap with rival bourses in the region as companies favour more dynamic economies such as Saudi Arabia and Dubai to sell shares.
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Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) held an event that brought together leading decision makers and industry professionals from within Qatar to engage, discuss and debate on compelling and interesting topics that matter to the Qatari capital market.
Air travel bookings from China have slowed sharply over the past three months, especially to Europe and the US, closely mirroring a decline in the country’s stock market, according to ForwardKeys, a leading business intelligence tool.
United Arab Emirates stock markets were firm in early trade on Tuesday after oil prices and Asian bourses stabilised at least temporarily, encouraging UAE retail investors to buy back property shares in particular.
China's recent stock market pain is proving to be India's gain, with share prices in the south Asian nation reviving as investors who cut their holdings earlier this year switch out of Chinese equity markets and back into India's.
US crude oil prices remained close to their lowest in over six years early on Friday, as rising US stockpiles stoked oversupply and on worries over demand from slowing economies in Asia.
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GCC stock markets remained range-bound last month with minimal volatility as investor participation declined significantly across the region owing to Ramadan, according to a report. Research by Kuwaiti firm Kamco Investment Company showed this