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KIPCO Asset Management Company K.S.C.P
Central Bank of Oman
Deutsche Bank AG
Standard Chartered Bank
The Bank of Tokyo - Mitsubishi UFJ Limited
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17 December 2014 Experts can clearly identify anomalies in financial markets when simple norms become breakable. The value of the euro currency has depreciated from 1.3992 in May 2014 to 1.2245 in December and yet Germany has failed to lift its industrial production numbers.Despite the outstanding figures of the nonfarm payroll and the unemployment rate, the U.S. is still postponing the interest rZawya, 17 Dec 2014
In investors' eyes, the GCC region is dividing into three classes.Reuters, 11 Dec 2014
ABU DHABI, 11th December, 2014 (WAM) -- A UAE paper has said that leaders at the 35th Gulf Cooperation Council, GCC, Summit focused on hammering out a common strategy to ensure stability in the region and eliminate terror, besides addressing a host of other challenges."While stability is the need of the hour for the entire region, extremism is a danger that could engulf the entire world if not eliWAM (Emirates News Agency), 11 Dec 2014
11 December 2014 London - The Country views series shines the spotlight on specific developments in MENA countries, analysing them from a local perspective to deliver forward looking views for businesses and investors.MENA Local Market sovereign bonds have consistently outperformed EM Local Market sovereign bonds on a YTD basis in 2014 and in 2013.· Does MENA macroeconomic data trending doArabia Monitor, 11 Dec 2014
Sukuk issuances in Gulf markets is expected to hit a whopping USD30 bn mark in 2015, said Michael Grifferty, president of the Gulf Bonds and Sukuk Association (GBSA).The Peninsula, 10 Dec 2014
The sudden fall of Gulf share prices gives new impetus to governments to improve financial regulation.
Core Gulf OPEC oil producers signaled they are prepared to wait six months to a year to see the market stabilise.
The development of middle and lower income housing units in Bahrain signals a wave of new opportunities for retailers.
Steep cuts in energy subsidies coupled with a drop in world oil prices have given Egypt some fiscal breathing space.
New Internet ventures aim to capitalise on the growing "Muslim lifestyle" market.
With most Brotherhood leaders in jail or exile, women are keeping the group alive.
Many Omanis are worried that their childless leader has no publicly designated heir.
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