People in a shopping district in London on Sunday. Agence France-Presse
Stocks rebounded on Tuesday, with Washington’s approval of an $892 billion pandemic relief package helping them recover some of the losses caused by fears over a highly infectious new strain of COVID-19.
Asian shares pushed higher on Friday after US President Joe Biden signed a $1.9 trillion stimulus bill into law, and as a retreat in bond yields overnight eased global concerns about rising inflation.
Asian shares vaulted to record highs on Friday and Japan’s Nikkei hit a three-decade peak as investors looked beyond rising coronavirus cases and political unrest in the United States to focus on hopes for an economic recovery later in the year.
From 6 am, buyers and investors of various nationalities competed at the Nakheel Properties sales center, located at the entrance to Palm Jumeirah, to win opportunities to own a luxury villa or a plot of empty land within the newest waterfront urban development areas in Dubai.
The GCC food market is expected to cross $1 billion by the end of 2023 with a growth rate of 6 per cent. The total value of global food market is set to reach $7 trillion by the end of the current year, this was revealed during the first day of Future Food Forum 2023 in Dubai on Wednesday.
Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), in collaboration with Refinitiv, a London Stock Exchange Group business and one of the world’s largest providers of financial markets data and infrastructure, on Wednesday published a report titled “Drivers of Innovation in Financial Services”, revealing a five-year
Global debt hit a record $307 trillion in the second quarter of the year despite rising interest rates curbing bank credit, with markets such as the United States and Japan driving the rise, the Institute of International Finance (IIF) said on Tuesday. The financial services trade group said in a report that global debt in