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Qatar to issue $1.1 billion
 government bonds
Qatar’s central bank plans to issue four billion riyals ($1.1 billion) worth of local currency government bonds next week, it said on Tuesday, including a new seven-year tranche to build a longer yield curve.
Global stocks retain their positive mood
DAX is latest market to strike a record high
Bahrain margin trading rules
The Bahrain Bourse has approved regulations allowing margin trading and set up a framework for market makers in an effort to boost liquidity, it said on Tuesday.
Indian stock market 
cap tops $1.5 trillion
The combined market capitalisation of India’s publicly listed companies crossed $1.5 trillion on Monday, as billions of dollars poured into India in the wake of Narendra Modi’s stunning election victory last month.
MSCI upgrade boosts inflows
UAE bourses record close to Dh2 billion net foreign buying in May
Stocks near all-time high
Record low interest rates, improving economies lend support
UAE equities remain bearish, DFM falls 4.1%
Shares retreated the most in three weeks on Monday on Dubai bourse as selling pressure continued to take its toll on market heavyweights.
Global markets eye China, US data
Global markets will keep an eye on China’s investment activity and industrial production, US retail sales, the eurozone’s Sentix sentiment index and industrial production as well as UK unemployment figures.
Gold steadies above $1,250 per ounce
Gold steadied above $1,250 an ounce on Friday ahead of a key US jobs report, having rallied nearly one per cent in the previous session after the European Central Bank unveiled measures to boost the EU economy.
Most Asian stocks decline as ECB boosts Europe
European stocks edged higher a day after the European Central Bank unveiled new measures to boost economic growth but other benchmarks struggled Friday as investors awaited the US jobs report for May.
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