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Times News Service/Reuters Friday, 12 April 2013, 07 : 59 pm Muscat: Muscat Securities Market (MSM) 30 index closed at the end of the first quarter of 2013 at 5989.68 points, registering a rise by 5.27 per cent, compared to 5690.07 points in the same
The Sultanate's government revenues rose by (17%) during January 2013 to (RO...The monthly statistical bulletin issued by the National Statistics Centre (NSC) attributed this to a (14.4%) rise in the Sultanate's net oil revenues, which stood at (RO.
The annual conference of the Union of Arab Stock Exchanges under the theme 'For better future', will be inaugurated at Grand Hayatt Muscat Hotel tomorrow. The two-day conference is organised by the Union of the Arab Stock Exchanges in collaboration
The Capital Market Authority (CMA) is actively considering lowering the minimum capital of OMR2 million required for a listed company, in an apparent move to encourage family-owned firms to convert their businesses into joint stock companies.
Shares listed on the Muscat Securities Market (MSM) rose to the highest in more than 10 months, pushing the MSM general index to 5979.910 amid buying support. Market analysts said MSM 30 Index, the barometer of the market sentiment, is about to break
The Muscat Securities Market (MSM) 30 index closed at the end of January at 5799.79 points, showing an increase in 38.95 points (0.68 per cent). The statistics issued by MSM pointed out that the market value for companies listed on the MSM stood at
Muscat Securities Market (MSM) will organise a conference on preparing family business for global competition, activating its role in building an economy more capable of facing challenges, providing job opportunities for citizens of the Sultanate and
Muscat Securities Market's MSM 30 index closed at 5760.84 points at the end of December 2012, registering a rise by 227.08 points or 4.10 per cent compared to the previous month. The monthly bulletin issued by MSM pointed out that the market value
Despite repeated warnings by the Central Bank of Oman (CBO), people still fall prey to fraudulent individuals who promise to make them rich quickly and then get away with thousands of rials every year. The 'get rich quick' scam involves real estate
The Capital Market Authority (CMA) will organise a seminar titled 'The Capital Market: Reality and Ambitions' on December 18 under the auspices of Yahya bin Said Al Jabri, Chairman of CMA...The seminar aims to create awareness on the potential of