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The American stock market is overvalued
The strong dollar is another reason why a sharp correction in Wall Street in early 2015 is expected, writes Matein Khalid
Funds positive on UAE, Egypt in era of cheap oil
Markets’ slide has not turned funds away from regional stocks
US stocks end 2014 with sixth consecutive year of gains
Even with the losses, the Standard & Poor’s 500 index finished the year up 11.4 per cent, or 13.7 per cent when dividends are included.
UAE bourses set for a fresh start
UAE equities offer new opportunities to investors as recent market correction brings down valuations of a number of well managed companies to attractive levels, writes Muzaffar Rizvi
China stocks end year on a high; US dollar remains star currency
The stand-out global equity performer has been China, where the CSI300 index looked set to end 2014 with gains of nearly 50 per cent.
Most major Gulf markets up in 2014 despite oil’s plunge
Saudi Arabia, the Arab world’s biggest bourse, was up 31 per cent year-to-date at its September peak but ended 2014 down 2.4 per cent.
Asia pricing-war hotspot for African, Gulf oil producers
African sellers like Nigeria and Angola, faced with precarious finances due to plummeting oil prices, are struggling to make inroads into Asia
Gold up 2% as oil surges
Investor sentiment towards gold is unlikely to improve in the first few months of 2015, as markets expect the US economy to show continued signs of strength
Gulf stocks rise as Saudis maintain high spending
The Saudi budget envisions state spending at a record $230 billion next year, up 0.6 per cent from the 2014 budget plan.
Gulf markets rise ahead of Saudi budget
Regional bourses collapsed in early December because of fears that reduced oil export revenues would prompt Gulf governments to scale back economic development projects, hurting corporate profits.
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