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Gulf stock markets may remain largely trendless on Monday after the Saudi-led coalition resumed air raids against Yemen's Houthis.
Gulf stock markets were mixed after oil prices diverged, Egypt's market extended losses on speculation that it might eventually lose emerging market status.
Mixed messages from the oil market and concern that full-scale fighting in Yemen may soon resume could leave Gulf bourses trading sideways on Sunday.
The looming lifting of a number of sanctions off Iran will deliver a robust economic payoff to UAE.
Jordan’s decision to begin a phased withdrawal of electricity subsidies was undoubtedly positive for its public finances.
A sign that there is still money to be made in much of the country despite civil war and low oil prices.
Abu Dhabi's goal to become a regional financial hub to rival Dubai is taking shape.
Amendments to commercial companies law in Bahrain aided reform to its corporate environment.
Saudi investment policy makers are keen to see foreign participation in public infrastructure projects.
Vice President, Strategy and Global Equity Indices, at S&P Dow Jones Indices, discusses what she sees moving the regional markets.
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|Posted On||Company||Financial Date|
|27 May 2015||Delta Insurance Company Limited - Jordan||New: 31 Mar 2015|
|26 May 2015||Irbid District Electricity Company Limited||New: 31 Mar 2015|
|26 May 2015||Arab International Food Factories and Investment Company||New: 31 Mar 2015|
|26 May 2015||General Mining Company PLC||New: 31 Mar 2015|
|26 May 2015||The Jordan Pipes Manufacturing Company Limited||New: 31 Mar 2015|
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|Exchange Name:||Amman Stock Exchange|
|Address:||Arjan Area - Near Ministry of Interior
P.O. Box 212466
|Telephone:||00 962 6 5664109|
|Fax:||00 962 6 5664071|
|Trading Hours:||Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
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