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While the markets are expected to experience turbulence for a good part of the year, investors need to protect themselves through diversification.
European shares gave up early gains as bank stocks dropped again and losses in Asian markets sent investors scurrying for save havens. Ivor Bennett reports.
Stock markets in the Middle East fell on Tuesday as risk appetite diminished following a slump in global shares.
US-allied Gulf state struggled to overcome bitter divisions after a revolt in 2011 by majority Shi'ite Muslims.
Firms have been looking at Iran's mining sector which boasts one of world's largest undeveloped zinc projects.
Last year was the deadliest year for migrants and refugees crossing the Mediterranean.
Internal clashes over oil contracts, as hardliners oppose contracts, push to have a bigger say.
India has invited investments in a slew of oil projects and UAE wants to use overseas investment to diversify its asset base.
There is a sharp spike in legal cases brought before the local courts in Dubai.
Once known as happy Arabia, Yemen has been disfigured by 10 months of war into one of worst humanitarian crises in world.
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|17 Jan 2016||United Group for Publishing Advertising and Marketing||New: 30 Sep 2015|
|17 Jan 2016||Solidarity Alliance Insurance||New: 30 Sep 2015|
|17 Jan 2016||Syrian National Insurance Company||New: 30 Sep 2015|
|17 Jan 2016||United Insurance Company - Syria||New: 30 Sep 2015|
|17 Jan 2016||Al Ahliah Transport Company||New: 30 Sep 2015|
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