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Wednesday outlook: Oil prices edge up after plunging 6 percent in the previous session

Wednesday outlook: Oil prices edge up after plunging 6 percent in the previous session

Oil prices partially recover some of the losses incurred on Tuesday. Asian shares track Wall Street lower on concerns over global economic growth. More commentary on Middle East markets, currencies and precious metals

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Sizing up SMEs: UAE's Al Etihad Credit Bureau to launch special indicators for SMEs - CEO

Sizing up SMEs: UAE's Al Etihad Credit Bureau to launch special indicators for SMEs - CEO

The United Arab Emirates’ Al Etihad Credit Bureau is working on launching a number of indicators that would give lending institutions a better understanding of the financial situation of small and medium-sized companies, potentially enhancing the sector’s access to finance, the bureau’s chief executive officer told Zawya.

“We are currently studying the SME sector to see what factors would affect them. We discovered we can do more for the SMEs but we need more information," ,” Marwan Ahmad Lutfi, the chief executive officer for Al Etihad Credit Bureau, told Zawya. "We currently have a plan to create special indicators for the SMEs."

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Markus Allenspach

US high-yield bonds: Breaking the 7% barrier

Yields are moving higher in anticipation of more Fed rate hikes

Timothy Fox

Markets having second thoughts

There is some evidence that the developed world is indeed losing some steam

Charles-Henry Monchau

Weekly Q&A: "I believe that GCC bonds offer great value for a number of reasons"

Charles-Henry Monchau- Managing Director - CIO & Head of Investment Management at Al Mal Capital

Hussein Sayed

Trade dispute and Brexit to keep markets on edge

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence didn’t give the bulls what they wanted over the weekend

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