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Oil firms face further cuts as low prices linger
The industry is expected to reveal another set of grim earnings for the first quarter when benchmark Brent prices averaged $55 a barrel, almost half the level of a year ago.
China to make yuan more convertible
The liberalisation, revealed to Reuters on Friday by three sources with knowledge of the plan, underlines the ambition of the world’s second-largest economy to transform the yuan into a major global currency.
Zain Iraq applies for Baghdad share listing
“This is the first step in the process of Zain Iraq fulfilling its mobile licence obligations.”
Gulf stock markets face key test at 200-day averages
The Gulf markets tumbled below their 200-day averages in the final months of last year as the plunge in oil prices shattered retail investors’ confidence.
Upbeat earnings lift stocks but Greek anxiety hits euro
German business sentiment offsets worries on possible Greek default
Noor Bank launches $500 million debut sukuk
The transaction was set to price at a spread of 130 basis points over midswaps, at the tight end of final guidance of 130-135 bps over midswaps.
Saudi Stock Exchange to organise foreign roadshows
The Capital Market Authority announced last week that the market, which now has a capitalisation of $554 billion, would open to direct foreign investment on June 15.
Saudi shares slip, Gulf markets rise
Dubai’s index rose 1.8 per cent as property developer Damac continued to dominate trading, surging 11.8 per cent to a new all-time closing high of 3.31 dirhams.
Growth hype not enough to inspire Sensex
Equities markets were solely focused on the fourth-quarter earnings season and the outlook that companies had to offer for future growth.
Wall Street players look to earnings season for market direction
Investors have grown concerned about the impact of a strong dollar on quarterly results, even as they remain leery of missing out on any rally.
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