DUBAI, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Most regional markets fell on Tuesday due to bearish oil price expectations, with strong foreign demand for several heavyweight stocks listed in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar failing to offset a broad sell-off by local investors.
ABU DHABI/DUBAI, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Three more private companies are expected to list shares on the UAE stock exchanges' secondary market by mid-2015, the head of the stock market regulator said after the first two firms began trading on the platform on Tuesday.
DUBAI, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Stock markets in Saudi Arabia and Egypt fell in early trade on Tuesday while funds tracking MSCI's emerging markets index started buying several stocks in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar ahead of scheduled adjustments to the benchmark.
DUBAI, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Funds tracking MSCI's emerging markets index are likely to start buying several stocks in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar that will see their benchmark weightings increased after the end of trading on Tuesday.
DUBAI, Nov 24 (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates energy minister said OPEC countries would deal with the current fall in oil prices and would take the "appropriate decision", the state WAM news agency reported on Monday.
ABU DHABI, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Banks in the United Arab Emirates are close to resolving a liability issue over information provided by the Gulf Arab state's new credit bureau, the head of the country's largest bank by assets said on Monday.
DUBAI, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Stock markets in Saudi Arabia and Egypt edged down in early trade on Monday and bourses in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar also gave up gains as the rally in global equities appeared to be subsiding.
DUBAI, Nov 23 (Reuters) - United Arab Emirates -based Abraaj Investment Management has increased the price it is offering shareholders of Bisco Misr to buy the Egyptian company, Abraaj said in a...
The team also said that growth in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, the two key states in the seven-state federation that comprises the UAE , would be underpinned by public projects and strong services-sector activity, respectively. The IMF has projected that the
DUBAI, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Groups placed on a terrorism list by the United Arab Emirates can appeal against the designation if their "approach has changed", a senior UAE official said on Thursday, after several organisations criticized their inclusion.