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One of Abu Dhabi's largest developers reports a 75 per cent surge in net profits for the first half of the year.
July 5, 2017
Economies of Bahrain and Oman took a hit in 2011 but the GCC as a whole has a positive forecast, reports Asa Fitch, Foreign Correspondent.
December 30, 2011
Mubadala Development of Abu Dhabi is selling a commercial property joint venture it took full control of less than nine months ago.
Debt in Dubai has dominated the UAE's financial landscape in 2011, and figures will continue to dominate headlines in the new year.
December 29, 2011
Dubai's debt woes have been discussed ad infinitum. The chatter started in 2009. More than two years later, nobody seems to be able to drop the issue and move on, and for good reason.
Total deposits with the European Central Bank have reached an all-time record of ¿411.8 billion, underlining the reluctance of euro-zone banks to lend.
December 28, 2011
Companies and governments in the Gulf sold Islamic bonds this year at the fastest clip since 2007 in the wake of the sovereign-debt crisis sweeping Europe.
December 27, 2011
Two Dubai-based companies may have trouble refinancing their debt next year, Standard & Poor's, the global credit ratings giant, said in a report.
The emirate is cutting spending in its projected budget for next year as part of an effort to streamline operations.
December 26, 2011
Abraaj Capital, the Middle East's biggest buyout firm, will sell a 50 per cent stake in Acibadem to a Malaysian health-investment company and an investment arm of the Malaysian government.
As the end of the year approaches, economists and analysts have begun putting together forecasts for the year ahead. And many predict more of what we saw this year.
Citadel Capital, the Egptian buyout giant, attracted about $100 million of new investments in the third quarter as its losses narrowed.
Banks across the Middle East are financially stable, but bad loans and political uncertainty still weigh on some lenders, Fitch Ratings says.
December 23, 2011
Court hearings ended yesterday in a high-profile case where one of Dubai's biggest former property executives is claiming about $3.7 million in severance pay and other benefits from his old employer.
December 21, 2011
Nakheel lawyers grill the developer's former Dh400,000-a-month chief executive at the Dubai World Tribunal.
December 20, 2011
Coronavirus: Kuwait parliament to reconvene on June 16
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Tim Clark: Airlines are not out of the woods and need all the help they can get
'Christo loved the UAE & the Emirates loved him back': Zaki Nusseibeh
An Emirates ticket to London with Sheikh Hamdan's name on it