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Nasdaq Dubai to promote Egyptian firms’ dual listings
The accord, signed in Dubai, aims to create operational connections that will support seamless trading of securities on both stock markets.
OCI to spin off construction business, list in Egypt, UAE
New company will also include its 50% stake in Besix Group
Mashreq wins prestigious leading industry awards
Mashreq has once again won numerous accolades in 2014 from internationally recognised publications.
Microsoft makes more Office features free on iPads
By downloading a free app, users could read Office documents in Word, Excel and PowerPoint but had to buy a subscription, starting at $7 per month, to create or edit them. From Thursday, that will now be free.
Q Group signs agreement with Drydocks World
Q Group on Wednesday signed an agreement with Drydocks World to provide a complete range of offshore marine and operational management solutions for the developer’s Great Britain island destination on The World project in Dubai.
Indya Estates: building notable living spaces
1,700 happy customers and still going strong
Ryanair raises profit forecast on surge in winter bookings
The sale of two million more tickets than planned over the winter will consolidate the Irish airline’s position as Europe’s largest airline by passenger numbers.
Vodafone Qatar posts smaller loss
Vodafone Qatar, an affiliate of Vodafone Group, reported a narrowing second-quarter loss on Monday, as revenue increased.
Zain’s Q3 net earnings fall 13%
Zain, Kuwait’s No.1 telecom operator by subscribers, reported a 13 per cent fall in third-quarter profit on Monday, missing analysts’ estimates.
Accounting gaffe hits Mobily profit
Saudi Arabia’s No.2 telecommunications operator Mobily restated a year and a half of earnings due to accounting errors on Monday and posted a shock plunge in profit, months before the kingdom is due to open its stock market to direct foreign investment.
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