Asian markets tumbled again yesterday, extending a global sell-off as the toll from a rapidly spreading Chinese virus spiked to more than 100 dead and thousands infected, with investors fretting over the impact on an already fragile world economy.
The regulator in charge of the world’s biggest covered-bond market wants issuers to rely less on derivatives to meet a key requirement.
Greece is selling 15-year euro bonds for the first time since 2009, a sign the country is gradually returning to normality after suffering a debt crisis.
Britain will let Huawei Technologies Co play a limited role in building the country’s next-generation wireless broadband networks, denying a long-running attempt by the US to have the Chinese tech giant barred.
Airbus SE agreed to settle allegations of bribery in three countries in a deal that will likely see the European airplane manufacturer pay billions of dollars to move past an investigation that has shadowed it for four years.
Over 60 companies are showcasing various products and services during the three-day ‘Made in Bangladesh’ exhibition, which will run until Thursday
The Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI) has organised a specialised workshop on combating money laundering and the financing of terrorism with the participation of representatives
Qatar Chamber (QC) affirmed Tuesday the commitment of the private sector to fight illegal financing, and lauded the State of Qatar’s “great successes”
The Qatar Stock Exchange weakened for the fifth straight session Tuesday and its key index lost more than 66 points on an across-the-board selling, notably within insurance and banking counters.
Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB) has collaborated with VISA to provide VISA Transaction Control (VTC), an innovative feature that gives QIB VISA credit cardholders more control, safety, and security over their cards through QIB’s mobile App.
The Ethiopian embassy in Qatar will be holding the ‘Ethiopian Business Forum’ (EBF 2020) on February 3 at the Millennium Hotel in Doha.