Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX) on Thursday reports on its performance for the six months ending June 30, 2020. The report focuses on the exchange’s efforts in supporting Abu Dhabi’s economy
The US stock market is reeling from its worst first half of any year since 1970, with investors girding for a series of potential flashpoints in July that may set Wall Street’s course for the coming months.
Stock markets and oil prices collapsed on Friday as investors panicked over the devastating damage of the coronvavirus to global economic growth, dealers said.
European stocks fell on Friday, halting their biggest ever three-day rally in a sign investors were focusing once more on the spread of the coronavirus pandemic despite hopes for further stimulus measures to combat its economic impact.
Japanese investors are putting their money on Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga taking over as Japan’s next prime minister, and extending the economic policies that defined his predecessor’s nearly eight years in office.
Global equity markets slipped and bond yields fell on Thursday as investors awaited an agreement on a US aid package to mitigate the fallout from the coronavirus crisis, with poor corporate earnings reports also weighing on European shares.
The Hamriyah Free Zone Authority (HFZA) has reinforced its reputation and status as a prominent destination for foodstuff industries in the region after the Italian Dairy Products factory, headquartered at Sharjah Food Park,
The UAE Rulers’ initiatives keep us motivated. The country has recently approved an additional support package of Dhs16 billion, bringing the total stimulus package to Dhs126 billion.
The Emirate of Abu Dhabi priced a $7 billion multi-tranche international bond offering, which attracted strong interest from international investors.