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Monday 16-01-2017


 16/01/2017

The National

Frank Kane Arabian Gulf countries will be strongly represented at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF), which begins in Davos, Switzerland, on Tuesday. Top-level delegations from Saudi Arabia and the UAE form the biggest contingents...

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The National

John Everington Dubai shares closed sharply lower on Sunday, as investors continued to book gains from the past two weeks ahead of the release of fourth-quarter earnings. The Dubai Financial Market General Index finished 1.1 per cent lower at 3,678.45

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Gulf News

Dubai:Dubai index fell more than 1 per cent in late trade on Sunday as cautious traders booked profits ahead of results of key companies. The Dubai Financial Market General index closed 1.13 per cent lower at 3,678.45, after falling from a high of

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Arabian Business

The UAE Minister of Economy expects the country's GDP to grow around 3% this year, roughly in line with 2016's performance. In an interview with Gulf News, Sultan Al Mansouri said that improving performance by non-oil sectors would help to compensate

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Gulf News

The first three quarters of 2016 saw the UAE banks reporting a general decline in earnings growth driven by rising funding costs, somewhat elevated non-performing loans (NPLs) and slowing private sector loan growth and rising provisions dragging

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