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HSBC Saudi Arabia Limited
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Oman’s banking system outlook remains strong, supported by stable asset quality, healthy levels of capitalisation and profitability, as well as a stable funding structure underpinned by high levels of government deposits and sound liquidity buffers.Gulf News, 30 Aug 2015
The decline in global oil prices and the weak oil price outlook for 2015 and 2016 are already seen a taking toll on both Islamic banking and the Islamic financial services sector, according to analysts.Gulf News, 30 Aug 2015
Short-term interest rates are expected to harden in the coming months, with Oman government raising debt funds to cover deficit in view of falling oil prices.Times of Oman, 30 Aug 2015
The speed of decline in Saudi Arabia's foreign reserves slowed in July after the government began issuing domestic debt to cover part of a budget deficit created by low oil prices, central bank data showed.Reuters, 27 Aug 2015
Lebanese government approved the issuance of treasury bonds in foreign currencies, the government said.Reuters, 27 Aug 2015
A lift at an already expected timing clears up uncertainties and would mean US economic recovery is deemed sustainable.
With Kuwaiti banking sector hitting double-digit growth figures in 2014, momentum is set to continue this year.
Intellectual property assets are increasingly becoming the most valuable assets of all large, medium and small businesses.
The amendments are wide ranging and taken together with the reforms to the judicial system.
Many of the family owned businesses in the region are reaching the handover stage from the founding generation to the next.
Many of the top brass of the International Monetary Fund always had concerns about the plans to bail out Greece.
Even though a crackdown on dissent is keeping the streets calm, history suggests power cuts must be handled with care.
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