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Saudi Arabia's bourse rose further in early trade on Thursday after oil prices rallied on Wednesday and corporate earnings were mostly positive, while Egypt's stock market pulled back again.
Emaar Properties helped lift the emirate's stock index to its highest level this year after providing optimistic 2015 profit guidance.
Stock markets in Saudi Arabia and Dubai may extend their rallies on Thursday on positive earnings reports and profit guidance.
Outside investors ready to accept political and financial risks as they get access to a market that rivals Brazil and Russia's.
Dubai fueled sharia-compliant banking growth, but some lenders struggle to compete against burgeoning competition.
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.
The tax is expected to make more land available in the Saudi real estate market, analysts said.
Turkey's president dreams of transforming Istanbul into a financial hub that can rival Dubai, but first he needs to win over would-be investors.
When evaluating potential stock purchases, some managers consider something hard to quantify: employee sentiment.
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|Posted On||Company||Financial Date|
|15 Apr 2015||Al Ahliah Transport Company||New: 31 Dec 2014|
|15 Apr 2015||Syria International Islamic Bank||New: 31 Dec 2014|
|09 Apr 2015||Al Baraka Bank Syria s.a.||New: 31 Dec 2014|
|08 Apr 2015||Cham Islamic Bank||New: 31 Dec 2014|
|25 Mar 2015||Al-Ahlia Vegetable Oil Company||New: 31 Dec 2014|
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