Dubai has emerged as a hotspot for global and local real estate investors buoyed by the emirate’s steady economic growth, world-class infrastructure, tolerant and inclusive culture for multiple nationalities and ease of access to the rest of the world.
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.
A storm is gathering across India against three agrarian reform measures the Narendra Modi administration has pushed through Parliament. The measures were introduced through Presidential ordinances in June and July at the height of the Covid lockdown.
Global equity markets and gold slumped, while the dollar eased on Thursday after the Federal Reserve reminded investors of the long slog ahead for a full recovery that was reinforced by data showing persistently high claims for US unemployment benefits.
The UAE’s real estate market is currently experiencing renewed vigor and momentum, which can be attributed to peaked rental and capital appreciation across some of the high-end properties located in the country.
The Federal Tax Authority (FTA) and Sharjah Economic Development Department (SEDD) organised the second virtual tax workshop for investors in the industrial sector.
The Sharjah Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCI) on Sunday received a delegation from the Sharjah Consultative Council (SCC), headed by Ali Mehd Al Suwaidi, Chairman of SCC.
The UAE was ranked first in the Middle East region and jumped four places to 15th position globally in the latest Kearney’s 2021 Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Confidence Index, as the country’s business environment
In a move that raised many eyebrows, Indian real estate recorded its highest-ever PE investments since FY16. Despite COVID-19 pandemic impacting all sectors, more than $6.27 billion
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.