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Gulf stock markets were mixed on Wednesday as retail investors bought shares on dips but concern about the Greek debt crisis and weak oil prices prevented any major gains.
Gulf stock markets slipped in early trade along with a pull-back in oil prices, although Abu Dhabi National Energy Co surged.
Uncertainty in global financial markets may keep GCC markets on the back foot, while the death of a senior Egyptian official in a car bomb attack and concern about a foreign exchange shortage may depress Egypt.
There is concern about the number of young Saudi men willing to travel to attack Shi'ites in smaller Gulf states.
This Reuters account shows how the debt crisis became a political one.
Years of sanctions have closed hundreds of factories and halved living standards.
Al Qaeda's leadership in Yemen is being challenged amid the chaos of civil war by its rival Islamic State.
After a year in power, Egyptian President's aura of invincibility may be fading as he comes under closer scrutiny.
France asks firms to get ready for return to post-sanctions as Iran powers close to reaching final nuclear deal.
Fahim Group's decision to shun IPO, after global financial crisis hit, is one that hundred family businesses in GCC may take.
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|01 Jul 2015||Bank Alkhair B.S.C.||New: 31 Dec 2014|
|01 Jul 2015||Global Banking Corporation B.S.C.||New: 31 Dec 2014|
|01 Jul 2015||International Investment Bank B.S.C. (c)||New: 31 Dec 2013|
|30 Jun 2015||Citi Islamic Investment Bank||New: 31 Dec 2014|
|30 Jun 2015||Investors Bank B.S.C.||New: 31 Dec 2013|
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