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Banking & Finance

Union National Bank posts 16% jump in annual earnings
Lender’s Q4 net profit climbs 42% to Dh436m
Factors to consider before taking out a personal loan
Watch out for hidden charges, eligibility, repayment criteria and profit rates
China pumps cash into banks in a bid to accelerate growth
The move followed data on Tuesday that showed the world’s second-largest economy grew 7.4 per cent last year, the weakest rate since China was hit by sanctions in 1990 after the Tiananmen Square crackdown.
Emirates NBD — holding the banking fort
Outlook for the UAE banks in 2015 remains very favourable, says Shayne Nelson
Emirates NBD’s profit surges 58% in ’14 on strong growth
Bank’s Q4 profit jumps 82%, reclassifies Dubai World loans
Mashreq unveils DSF offers for its cardholders
This DSF, Mashreq cardholders get rewarded with a guaranteed break at the UAE’s most popular holiday resort.
DIB picks arrangers for potential Tier 1 sukuk
Oil and gas production account for nearly half of economic output in the six Gulf Cooperation Council nations, some three-quarters of exports, and an even higher ratio of state revenues.
UAE can withstand bearish oil market
Robust growth in non-oil sector to benefit banks: Al Qemzi
What next for Londonium and Barclays?
I would highlight Barclays as a UK bank that will outperform in 2015 and love its distressed valuations at 0.84 times book value, 7.6 times earnings and a dividend yield of 4.2 per cent.
The bullish case for Credit Suisse
While the world notices the global witch hunt against Swiss banking secrecy, I notice the fact that Credit Suisse’s balance sheet is 150 per cent of the Swiss GDP and its loan book is 41 per cent of the Swiss GDP.
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