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QSE starts investor relations training for listed companies

Tribune News Network Doha The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) began a three-day investor relations (IR) training programme in Doha on Tuesday. The programme is being carried out in association with Maroon Capital and with the expert ..

Poultry farm owners seek legislative support in QC meeting

QNA Doha Poultry farm entrepreneurs in Qatar have sought protective legislation to ensure the continuation of such farms that have sprung up in large numbers as part of the country’s pursuit of self-sufficiency in poultry. They ..

Oil prices sink after record gains

AFP London Oil prices sank five percent on Tuesday, reversing some of the previous day’s gains as analysts predicted Saudi output would recover sooner than expected after weekend drone attacks. In the space of several minutes in ..

Reuters RIYADH/LONDON Saudi Aramco is pressing on this week with banker meetings about its planned listing, three sources said, although some investors and analysts doubt it can now meet its timeline after the weekend attacks on ..

Tribune News Network Doha Qatar’s newly established Investment Promotion Agency (IPA) has joined the World Association of Investment Promotion Agencies (WAIPA), an international non-governmental organisation that provides ..

Reuters NEW DELHI India’s goods and services tax (GST) panel is unlikely to approve lowering the tax for the auto and allied components sector this week, as a study has warned of major revenue losses, two government officials said. A ..

Reuters WASHINGTON US manufacturing output increased solidly in August, boosted by a surge in the production of machinery and other goods, but the outlook for factories remains weak amid rising headwinds from trade tensions and ..

Reuters LUXEMBOURG The European Union’s order to Apple to pay 13 billion euros ($14 billion) in back taxes “defies reality and common sense”, the U.S. firm said as the two sides sparred in a case key to the EU’s crackdown on sweetheart ..

AFP Strasbourg, France The European Parliament on Tuesday approved outgoing IMF chief Christine Lagarde as the next boss of the European Central Bank, which last week announced massive stimulus for the sluggish eurozone. ..