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Strong oil prices may support Gulf stock markets on Monday, although the latest batch of first-quarter earnings reports from Qatar and Dubai contained no positive surprises.
Most major Gulf stock markets, led by Dubai, rose on Sunday after the Brent oil price hit a 4-1/2-month high, while the bourse of energy importer Egypt closed in the red.
Stock markets in the United Arab Emirates may face more selling pressure on Sunday after investors started booking profits at the end of last week following strong rallies.
A concerted drive is under way in Jordan to reinvigorate its tourism sector.
The UAE experience has a lot to share with Egypt, particularly when it comes to timely delivery of mega projects.
Dubai is universally recognised as offering one of the most business-friendly environments in the world.
UAE economy's resilience to the sharp oil prices' decline is seen supporting the banking sector performance.
Ending Egypt's currency black market may signal that the economy has returned to normal. Yet, businesses are suffering.
How will oil price volatility impact GCC financial sector?
Head of MENA Equities, Emirates NBD Asset Management gives his insight into the regional equity markets and potential investment opportunities.
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|Posted On||Company||Financial Date|
|23 Apr 2015||The International Bank For Trade & Finance||New: 31 Dec 2014|
|22 Apr 2015||Bank Audi Syria sa||Updated: 31 Dec 2013|
|20 Apr 2015||Qatar National Bank - Syria SA||New: 31 Dec 2014|
|15 Apr 2015||Al Ahliah Transport Company||New: 31 Dec 2014|
|15 Apr 2015||Syria International Islamic Bank||New: 31 Dec 2014|
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