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UAE stocks bounced back on Tuesday after two days of decline, buoyed by the easing of tensions in Ukraine that saw global markets recover, including Russia, and investors' focus returned to local fundamentals. UAE markets rose today taking cues from
This may seem like a first-world problem to have, but both the real estate market and the stock market in Dubai have been outperforming global benchmarks handsomely...Of course, the choice may veer towards investing in stocks the closer one is to the
Abu Dhabi's Senaat, which owns companies including National Petroleum Construction, is seeking approval from the emirate for an initial public offering (IPO) this year, two people familiar with the matter said. The deal is awaiting a decision from
Dubai's exchange extended gains on Sunday as bets on the country's two bourses merging boosted sentiment, while banks' dividends helped lift Saudi Arabia in a mixed regional trend. Dubai's measure climbed 2.2 percent, up for a second session, to
Sunday's crossing of the 4,000 barrier by the Dubai Financial Market in intraday trading could be the start of a further upsurge. At one time, the DFM General Index was up 2.66 per cent, trading higher than a five-year high at 4,036.07.
UAE's leading food and beverage groups, has announced the launch of Agrivita, the new brand name for its animal feed division. Agrivita, formerly known as Grand Mills Animal Feed, is part of Agthia Group 's agri-business division, which recorded a 13
Positive earnings and news of new contracts of property and construction companies helped Dubai's benchmark stock index snap a three-day decline on Monday amid high volatility in both the UAE markets that have seen swings on emerging markets routs
Saudi stock benchmark Tadawul All Share Index rose 0.85 percent to close at 8,835.12 points on Sunday, led by the banking sector which continued a rally ignited last week by Riyad Bank 's proposal to double its capital by issuing bonus shares. Riyad
Abu Dhabi National Energu Company and hosted by the Abu Dhabi-based Petroleum Institute with support from Emirates Foundation for Youth Development, the event is part of a series of international races organised by Global EEE, a US-based non-profit
The Dubai stock index plunged yesterday to hit more than a two-month low on feverish selling by investors on the back of sharp fall in overseas markets. Abu Dhabi stocks shared a similar fate, with most of them retreating.