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Developments in the Greek debt crisis continued to take center stage last week, a report by the National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) said on Sunday.
Al-Ekbal Printing & Packaging Co. is now awaiting a government decision regarding its request to delist from the Amman Stock Exchange.
The Fed has kept interest rates near zero since December 2008, and on Wednesday unanimously voted to keep them there.
The Revolutionary Guards is an industrial empire with political clout.
Anger at regional wars has propelled new wave of Saudi jihadism.
Washington is pushing for a historic accord that would end a nuclear standoff.
With several large-scale infrastructure projects in the works, Algeria has turned its attention to boosting local production.
A delay in concluding contracts for Egypt's new administrative capital has been putting the project into question.
Egypt's CBE gives green light to the banks to extend credit to factories that have defaulted on their debts.
Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait and Oman deploy extra police patrols outside Shi'ite mosques.
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|Posted On||Company||Financial Date|
|07 Jul 2015||National Steel Industries Company||Updated: 31 Dec 2013|
|07 Jul 2015||National Oil & Electricity Production From Oil Shale Company PLC||New: 30 Jun 2015|
|06 Jul 2015||Jordan Company for Developing & Financial Investment||New: 31 Dec 2014|
|05 Jul 2015||Arab Real Estate Development Company||New: 31 Dec 2012|
|01 Jul 2015||Al Ahlia Enterprises||Updated: 31 Dec 2011|
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|Exchange Name:||Amman Stock Exchange|
|Address:||Arjan Area - Near Ministry of Interior
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|Telephone:||00 962 6 5664109|
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