|Issuer Name||National Bank of Abu Dhabi PJSC|
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GCC has almost zero eco exposure to Yemen, may benefit from Yemen conflict if it pushes up global oil prices, analysts said.Reuters, 26 Mar 2015
Abu Dhabi's Aabar Investments could raise up to EUR2 billion (USD2.2 billion) by launching bonds exchangeable into shares of Italian bank UniCredit, to raise funds and help buy back a Daimler exchangeable bond.Reuters, 24 Mar 2015
Abu Dhabi-based Aabar Investments said it was launching a bond in two tranches exchangeable into shares of Italian bank UniCredit while offering to buy back a previous bond bond exchangeable into shares of Germany's Daimler.Reuters, 24 Mar 2015
24 March 2015 Muscat: Shareholders of Al Omaniya Financial Services, Oman's largest non-banking finance company, have approved a dividend of 25 per cent for the year ended 2014 comprising 15 per cent cash, 2 per cent stock dividend and 8 per cent compulsorily convertible unsecured bonus stock bonds. The company's annual general meeting on March 23 was presided by Khalid Said Al Wahaibi, chairman oTimes of Oman, 24 Mar 2015
Aabar Investments is preparing a bond that can be exchanged for shares in Italian bank UniCredit, a source familiar with the matter said.Reuters, 23 Mar 2015
Saleh's continuing ability to deploy forces and take a seat at any negotiating table will prove pivotal to Yemen's future.
GCC has almost zero eco exposure to Yemen, may benefit from Yemen conflict if it pushes up global oil prices, analysts said.
Arab leaders meeting at a summit this week face rapidly deteriorating conflicts in Yemen and Libya.
CEOs at large U.S. companies collectively realized at least USD 6 billion more in compensation than initially estimated.
Arab leaders are alarmed at Iran's push to tighten regional grip, as it moves closer to a deal with world powers,
When Saudi Arabia's oil minister says he does not want the kingdom to lose market share anymore, he really means it.
The UAE's leadership in the global telecommunications stakes bodes well for the future of mobile telephony.
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