The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday saw Islamic equities make gains even as it settled marginally lower but remained above 11,100 points.
China’s government is assembling a group of accounting and legal experts to examine the finances of China Evergrande Group, a potential precursor to a restructuring of the world’s most indebted developer.
Boeing revised up long-term demand forecasts on Tuesday, as a snapback in commercial air travel in domestic markets like the United States tempers the more gloomy industry predictions seen at the height of coronavirus lockdowns last year.
A relentless rally in Europe’s energy prices is piling up pressure on governments, with Spain and Greece taking steps to cushion the blow for consumers.
Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB), the country's leading digital lender, has expanded its direct remit service to the Philippines and Pakistan, following the successful launch to India, enabling its customers to make seamless transfers within seconds.
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Tuesday crossed the 11,100 points, mainly on strong buying interests in the industrials segment.
South Korea's antitrust watchdog fined Google nearly $180 million on Tuesday for abusing its dominance in the mobile operating systems and app markets, it said, the latest in a series of regulatory moves against tech giants around the world.
Opec predicted stronger demand for its crude on a combination of rising global fuel consumption and output disruptions elsewhere.
Turkish industrial output rose 8.7% annually in July, much less than forecast after a recent strong rebound, while the current account deficit was wider than expected, data showed on Monday, fuelling speculation about the timing of possible rate cuts.
Europe’s energy crunch is deepening, with gas and power prices hitting fresh records after the US warned the continent isn’t doing enough to prepare for what could be potentially a dire winter.