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Gulf stock markets may remain largely trendless on Monday after the Saudi-led coalition resumed air raids against Yemen's Houthis.
Gulf stock markets were mixed after oil prices diverged, Egypt's market extended losses on speculation that it might eventually lose emerging market status.
Mixed messages from the oil market and concern that full-scale fighting in Yemen may soon resume could leave Gulf bourses trading sideways on Sunday.
Saudi foreign investment policy makers are keen to see more foreign participation in public infrastructure projects.
Vice President, Strategy and Global Equity Indices, at S&P Dow Jones Indices, discusses what she sees moving the regional markets.
There is concern that Islamic States' expansion could derail efforts to boost trade and investment.
Saudi's rapid transition into one of the world's largest oil refiners adds an extra dimension to the oil exporter's role.
The seizure of cities shows there is no Sunni alternative to Islamic State.
The UAE, Qatar and Egypt are among the 10 most promising emerging markets, according to Renaissance Capital.
Navigation, collision detection systems that rely on networks could be strained in cars packed with entertainment features.
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|Posted On||Company||Financial Date|
|15 May 2015||Jammal Trust Bank S.A.L.||New: 31 Dec 2013|
|08 May 2015||Banque BEMO S.A.L.||New: 31 Mar 2015|
|04 May 2015||BLOM Bank S.A.L||New: 31 Mar 2015|
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