Cesar Perez of J.P. Morgan Private Bank analyzes the possible outlook for a region still reeling from the effects of a crippling debt crisis.
There is a new kid on the block and things in the oil market could be about to change drastically, writes Kathleen Brooks of Forex.com.
Hussam Muhieddine of Zawya analyzes the trends that made the region a sought after investment destination in 2012 and why 2013 looks promising.
Promoting the employment of nationals within the private sector is on the agenda of every GCC country's government, says Sara Khoja of Clyde and Co.
The growth of the market for sukuk over the last few years has been staggering and experts predict that 2013 will continue that trend, particularly in the GCC and MENA region.
Buying a smartphone is like buying a car. There is no one fit that suits everyone perfectly, writes Jacky's head Ashish Panjabi.
Having a breakthrough idea does not necessarily mean an entrepreneur is well-versed with the ins and outs of acquiring funding.
Kazakhstan was the unlikely host country for negotiations between Iran and Western states. While the talks were an utter failure, the event raised capital Almaty's international profile.
Current sukuk issuance trends indicate an economic threat is on the horizon, writes Sufian Bataineh of Dananeer.
Alan Chua of Templeton Global Equity Group discusses Shariah-compliant equity portfolio and why profits and principles don’t have to be mutually exclusive.