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NMC Health , the United Arab Emirates healthcare provider, plans to dual-list in Abu Dhabi by the middle of 2015, its chief executive told Reuters on Monday.Reuters, 26 Jan 2015
The chief executive of the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange said on Monday that most local companies which have floated on the London Stock Exchange in recent years have agreed to dual-list in the emirate.Reuters, 26 Jan 2015
Kuwait Financial Centre (Markaz) recently released its outlook on GCC markets for the full year of 2015.Arab News, 26 Jan 2015
Emaar Malls, the shopping malls and retail business majority-owned by global property developer Emaar Properties, has recorded full-year 2014 (FY2014) net profit of AED1,351 million ($368 million), 23 percent higher than the net profit of AED1,099 million ($299 million) during FY2013. Emaar Malls achieved FY2014 revenue of AED2.708 billion ($737 million), which is 13 percent higher than theThe Saudi Gazette, 25 Jan 2015
24 January 2015 Muscat - Bank Dhofar plans to raise Tier 1 Capital (including Additional Tier 1 type capital instruments (AT1)) to $300 million (OMR 115.5 million) in 2015, subject to shareholders, Central Bank of Oman (CBO) and other regulatory approvals, as required. In line with the on-going review of its capital raising plans, in their meeting on January 19, 2015, the board of directors of theTimes of Oman, 24 Jan 2015
Foreign policy in Saudi Arabia is a team job for ruling princes, but the king has the ultimate say.
With crude prices having more than halved since June, Algeria must plot a precarious path of curbing high public spending.
The growing ranks of the super rich and their increased appetite for risk have caught the eye of investment bankers.
The emerging fragmentation of Yemen has sparked fears of "Somalisation".
US response to Moscow peace conference on Syria hints to reduced international pressure against President Bashar Assad.
Despite Russian shoppers retreat from Dubai, visitors from elsewhere make up the numbers at annual retail bonanza.
Outlook for GCC banks look stable in the year ahead due to strong operating environment.
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