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Saudi Arabia's Almarai, Pepsico to invest $345 million in Egypt
The announcement was a fresh sign that after three years of stagnation, foreign investment in the country may revive.
Oil near $115 a barrel on Iraq
World share index rises; gold near two-month high after short-covering rally
Gulf premium may vanish as views of region shift
Long a key feature of the Middle Eastern bond market, the “Gulf premium” is fading and may vanish entirely as soon as this year if the region continues to gain ground as a mainstream investment destination.
BSF completes $533m capital boosting sukuk
Banque Saudi Fransi, the kingdom’s fourth-largest listed lender, has completed a capital-boosting sukuk issue worth 2 billion riyals ($533 million), it said in a statement on Thursday.
Gold trades near highest in three weeks
Gold traded near a three-week high in London as the US Federal Reserve said interest rates will remain low, boosting demand for the precious metal as an alternative investment.
Global stocks, assets rally
The economy will continue to recover steadily in the coming years, says Fed
Oil hits 9-month high near $115 on Iraq turmoil
Brent crude hit a nine-month high near $115 a barrel on Thursday on concerns heavy fighting in Iraq could limit oil supply from Opec’s second-biggest producer.
Pakistan to auction local currency sukuk
Pakistan’s central bank will auction a three-year local currency sukuk, or Islamic bond, more than a year after it last issued such an instrument, adding a much needed liquidity management tool for domestic Islamic banks.
Direct trade of yuan, pound from today
China will allow the yuan to be exchanged directly for British pounds from today in Shanghai as the world’s second-largest economy promotes the use of its currency in global trade and finance.
Sensex tanks 275 points on fears costlier oil to hurt economy
In volatile trade, the Sensex washed out major part of previous day’s gains on across-the-board selling and closed down about 275 points on Wednesday as rising crude prices due to worsening Iraq unrest threaten India’s economy, already reeling under price rise and slowing growth.
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