Islamic Finance
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Global Finance presents its 19th annual awards for the best banks in the developed and emerging markets. SEEKING STABILITY ByThomas Clouse, Jonathan Gregson, Antonio Guerrero & Gordon Platt Global Finance presents its 19th annual awards for the bestban...
Bagdhad hosted the first Arab League summit to be held in Iraq since before Saddam Hussein’s 1990 invasion of Kuwait. IRAQ HOSTS ITS FIRST ARAB LEAGUE SUMMIT SINCE 1990 ByGordon Platt It was a costly affair. The first Arab League annual summit to be held...
Yemen's new president Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi, the former vice president, won a one-man election to a two-year term.   TOUGH TIMES AHEAD FOR YEMEN’S NEW PRESIDENT ByGordon Platt Yemen's new president Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi, the former vice president,...
Global economic concerns are casting a shadow on investment banking in the Middle East. CLOUDY OUTLOOK By Gordon Platt The global economic slowdown and regional political turmoil are casting a pall over investment banking in the Middle East. As there's no ...
The Saudi Tadawul stock exchange is taking steps to become a regional exchange.   SAUDI ARABIAN BOURSE ALLOWS FOREIGN CROSS-LISTINGS By Gordon Platt The Saudi Arabian stock exchange, known as the Tadawul, has taken a major step toward becoming a reg...
Saudi Arabia is preparing to open its stock markets to foreign investors as part of larger economic reforms.   OPEN FOR BUSINESS By Gordon Platt Saudi Arabia is preparing to open its stock markets to foreign investment, and it has reinforced its fin...
The Arab Spring changed forever the region's strongly-growing telecoms sector.   SOWING SEEDS OF CHANGE By Anita Hawser The Arab Spring heralded the beginnings of reform and showed the growing importance of social media in enabling communal action. ...
Qatar and the UAE will have to wait six months before being considered for an upgrade to emerging markets status.   UAE AND QATAR REMAIN FRONTIER MARKETS, MSCI SAYS By Gordon Platt Qatar and the United Arab Emirates will have to wait at least six mo...
A strong economy and a growing banking sector are the trademark of the Gulf country, despite recent political turmoil.   LONG-TERM VISION By Justin Keay Kuwait’s development in recent years has been driven by the state, with little FDI. However, u...
Sanctions against Iran increased after the storming of the UK embassy in Tehran on November 29.   SANCTIONS ON IRAN INCREASE ByGordon Platt Two days after the storming of the UK embassy in Tehran on November 29 to protest increased British sanctions...
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