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The $5bn project will cover an area of 300,000 square metres in the country's capital Doha.
"Qatar is planning to build a new financial centre, similar to New York's Wall Street and London's Canary Wharf, that will serve as a pioneering financial and commercial hub in the region"
The Bank of Japan made an abrupt shift yesterday to targeting interest rates on government bonds to achieve its elusive inflation target, after years of
"Many investors fear central banks have nearly exhausted the limits of what monetary policy can do, putting pressure back on governments to step up spending"
HSBC Holdings Plc is seeking office space in technology-focused London neighborhoods including Shoreditch to bolster its fintech capabilities, according to two people with knowledge of the move.
"Europe’s largest bank hired real estate broker CBRE Group Inc. to find 50,000 square feet (4,600 square meters) of space, almost the same size as an American football field, in areas including Old Street and Shoreditch"
Carrying her wages in wads of cash across Myanmar was once a risky, onerous but unavoidable ritual for maid Khin Myint Oo.
“Myanmar was always the market that everyone would talk about in mobile money conferences because it was so untouched. Yet unleashing the technology’s full potential rests on overcoming an age-old obstacle: trust"
Japan’s exports fell in August for a 11th consecutive month due to the yen strength and sluggish overseas demand, in a sign that an export-reliant economy may
"The data underscored a dominant market view that any growth in the world’s third largest economy would be moderate in July-September, offering little solace to the Bank of Japan, which concluded its two-day policy meeting yesterday"
A Dubai Metro train passes along the rail line beside the Sheikh Zayed highway in Dubai. Dubai is seeking $2.5bn in loans to finance a 15-kilometre (9-mile)
"Dubai is seeking $2.5bn in loans to finance a 15-kilometre (9-mile) extension of its above-ground metro line to the World Expo site. Banks submitted proposals this week to the emirate’s department of finance, including a $1.34bn facility backed by European export credit agencies"
The Bank of England may have miscalculated the impact of Brexit-related uncertainty and might need to revise up its economic outlook, according to policy maker Kristin Forbes.
"Initial signs of strength after the decision to quit the European Union have led some economists to question whether policy makers need to change strategy after they unleashed a stimulus package in August and signaled a readiness to ease again if needed"
The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) will launch a new online tool to help listed companies understand how to further improve upon their investor relations (IR)
"The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) will launch a new online tool to help listed companies understand how to further improve upon their investor relations (IR) excellence score"
Fujairah plans to boost its influence as an oil-trading hub with the addition of the region’s first crude-shipment jetty and expanded storage facilities.
"Producers in the Middle East, the world’s biggest supplier of crude over the last half century, are expanding oil output as the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries battles for market share amid a global supply glut"
The Qatar Financial Center (QFC) yesterday said it will continue to liaise with all registered firms in relation to relocation to new premises at Msheireb
Qatar Financial Center (QFC) to continue liaising with all registered firms in relation to relocation to new premises at Msheireb Downtown Doha (MDD). “Any queries will be addressed on a case-by-case basis,” its spokesperson said, adding at the moment, it is not mandatory for those firms (operating outside the QFC Towers) to relocate
Global airlines are expected to post record profits of almost $40bn this year, the head of industry body IATA said, but he warned the sector faced threats from
"IATA data shows that the fuel bill for airlines worldwide is expected to fall to $127bn this year, down 44% from 2014 when oil prices peaked at more than $100 a barrel. It will be the first time since 2004 that fuel will represent less than 20% of airlines' total operating cost"
Markets in the Gulf were mixed yesterday with Saudi Arabia’s bourse supported by the petrochemical sector while Egypt lost steam as local and regional funds
Dubai’s index closed down 0.3% yesterday as declines in blue chips weighed on the exchange
REPRESENTATIVES from major cellphone networks were hard pressed and were left scrambling for answers when they were haule
Vodacom, which had been deemed the country’s most expensive, but also most successful network in terms of subscriber numbers and revenue, faced most of the heat from South African lawmakers on why they have high data costs
Billionaire businessman Aliko Dangote says Nigeria needs cash from asset sales and borrowing to revive its slumping economy.
"Nigeria needs $15 billion from asset sales and borrowing to revive a slumping economy and boost foreign reserves, according to Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man"
Barack Obama’s signature energy initiative for Africa has so far produced less than five percent of the new power generation it promised.
"United States President Barack Obama’s signature initiative for Africa - a $9.7 billion plan to double electricity access in the world’s poorest continent - has fallen well short of its goals, so far producing less than five percent of the new power generation it promised"
"We experience our world with five senses to guide us, but for the most part, we learn about the past with only three. We have become adept at preserving our history in audio, visual, and tactile forms, while old recipes can communicate taste, but rarely do we ever think to capture a whiff of the scents that swirl around us.
Luckily, there are scientists who think that stinks, and are doing something about it"
What a difference a day makes. French rider Nico Parlier dominated his fleet with a flawless four bullets at the Formula Kite world championships a
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A proposed class action suit accuses Wells Fargo of fraud, invasion of privacy and breach of contract for opening fake accounts under customers' names.
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission officials announced the government recall Thursday after dozens of reports of the batteries overheating in the U.S.
Sanjay Valvani was found dead in an apparent suicide days after he was arrested on insider-trading charges.
"Sanjay Valvani was found dead in an apparent suicide days after he was arrested on insider-trading charges"
Fiat Chrysler is recalling 1.9 million vehicles worldwide over an airbag defect linked to three deaths and five injuries.
A 5.2% increase, to $56,500, is accompanied by a steep decline in the poverty rate.
"Median household income stood at $56,500 in 2015, inflation-adjusted, up from $53,700 in 2014. That 5.2 percent increase was the largest since the bureau started tracking the statistic in 1967"
Oil market drags down stock amid broader interest rate worries
"The much-anticipated rebalancing of oil markets appears to be a bit further away after the International Energy Agency revised its forecast, trimming its expectations for the growth in oil demand and citing near-record production by OPEC’s Middle East exporters"
However you measure it (and there are lots of ways), the news on wages is good, though it could still be better.
"For years, the standard knock on this economic expansion has been twofold: Growth has been slow, and big businesses and wealthy investors have been its major beneficiaries, rather than middle-class wage earners. And it has been a fair criticism. At least until recently"
Mr. Greenberg and Howard I. Smith go to court in 11-year-old case that charges they orchestrated sham transactions designed to bolster A.I.G.’s financial statements.
"The 11-year-old accounting fraud case against the former American International Group chief executive Maurice R. Greenberg finally came to trial on Tuesday in a state courthouse in Lower Manhattan"