Xpress Money, one of the world’s most dependable money transfer brands, has reached out to over 125,000 blue collar workers across the GCC providing them with focused financial literacy training over the last three months.
The Central Bank of the UAE has announced that the money supply aggregate (M1) increased by 0.04 per cent, from Dh472.4 billion at the end of October 2016 to Dh472.6 billion at the end of November.
In its statement, the bank annou
WorldRemit, an online money transfer service, and Xpress Money, a global leading money transfer brand, have announced a partnership to open up new remittance routes across Africa and Asia.
Through Xpress Money’s extensive ag
The UAE has been ranked high on the expat's preference list for safety and security, with 86 per cent of expats stating they are proud to call the UAE their home, a new survey has revealed.
According to the Xpress Money survey
A 16-year-old stowaway was caught hiding in the cargo hold of an Emirates passenger jet that had flown from Shanghai to Dubai, said a report.
The Chinese teenager, who is in the custody of the Dubai police, said he was hoping to m
Money proved the most influential motivator for young GCC nationals, according to the latest GCC Employment Reports from Oxford Strategic Consulting, an Oxford and GCC based consultancy that specialises in building human capital across the GCC a
Global funds and payments transfer company Transfast is expanding into Turkey through a partnership with Universal Payment Transfer (UPT), a Turkish money transfer brand, it was announced today.
The partnership enables Transfast custome
Saudi Arabia's financial support for strategic ally Egypt will no longer involve ‘free money’ and will increasingly take the form of loans that provide returns to help it grapple with low oil prices, a Saudi businessman familia
Saudi Arabia's money supply shrank in February for the first time in more than a decade, central bank data showed on Tuesday, in a fresh sign the economy of the world's largest oil exporter is slowing sharply because of depressed oil pri