Qatar’s banking sector remains sound and the foreign liabilities that were withdrawn in the immediate aftermath of the “diplomatic rift” have been partially replaced with greater attention ...
The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) on Wednesday said global index compiler MSCI's decision to include three listed companies in its indices will not only enhance liquidity in the market ...
Sudan's central bank will start printing 100 pound bank notes for the first time to ease a liquidity crisis exacerbated by rampant inflation, state news agency SUNA said on Sunday.
Indian authorities sought to calm markets on Monday but investors paid little heed as fears that the non-banking financial sector is facing a credit crunch hit domestic bonds, stocks and the rupee, adding to Friday's selloff.
Indian carrier Jet Airways has said it is considering various options on priority to meet its funding requirements, reaffirming that its revenue-boosting and cost-cutting measures have started to show results.
"People have been spending like they always used to do and in a few months from now, Qatar economy is expected to experience a good situation on its own strengths,” said Hussain Alfardan.
Qatar Central Bank's international reserves and foreign currency liquidity rose slightly in December, official data showed.
The major thrust of SSP, which is an improvement over the first strategic plan of 2013-16, is to create a regulatory framework that fosters growth.
International reserves and foreign currency liquidity stood at $45.8bn in May, before the diplomatic crisis erupted.
Despite continued improvements in liquidity conditions in Saudi Arabia's commercial banking sector, credit demand will remain subdued throughout the rest of 2017, owing to a weak macroeconomic backdrop, BMI Research has said.
The Reserve Bank of India on Saturday ordered banks to deposit their extra cash with it, in a bid to absorb the excess liquidity generated by a government ban on larger banknotes.
Saudi Arabia's government has made payments of 40bn riyals ($10.7bn) that it owed to private sector companies, the kingdom's Arab News newspaper quoted a senior construction industry executive as saying.