Thomson Reuters, the leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, has launched Zawya Islamic, a unique information solution for Islamic finance and Shari’ah-sensitive investors.
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The UK, with more than 60 institutions offering Islamic finance courses and 22 universities offering degree programs, and Malaysia with 50 course providers and 18 universities, are the global leaders in Islamic finance education and research, sa
The Middle Eastern companies raised a total of $4 billion from 15 issues in first nine months, down 36 per cent compared to $6.2 billion raised in the same period last year, said a report by Thomson Reuters.
During the period, the
The Ethical Finance and Innovation Challenge and Awards, sponsored by Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB) and Thomson Reuters, have attracted over 100 entries, ranging from a sharia-compliant fund supplying schools with cheap, clean energy to a new wa
Thomson Reuters, the US-based multinational media and information firm, is set to host an event for regulators and financial professionals to discuss challenges, propose solutions and share best practices, in Dubai next year.
HTC Corporation, a global leader in mobile innovation and design, has partnered with four news outlets, which will see stories from them added to HTC Blinkfeed, a live information stream.
Al Arabiya, Reuters, Al Jazeera and CNNAra
Next year offers only a slight improvement for a global economy hit by recession in Europe and slowing or moribund growth in Asia and the US, according to Reuters polls of hundreds economists worldwide.
An Iranian jury voted on Sunday to convict the Reuters news organisation over a video script that contained an error, Iran's Press TV reported. The final decision will be made by a judge, who is expected to issue his verdic
Global sales of Islamic bonds or sukuk are forecast to rise nearly 60 per cent this year to more than $22 billion as economic recoveries and high crude oil prices revive the market, a Reuters quarterly poll showed.
An upswing in corporate
The third quarter of this year was the busiest period on record for Middle Eastern targeted merger and acquisition activity with $15 billion in deals done.
'The first nine months of the year has seen banks in the region kept busy with