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  • Ismaik snubs Aabar offer as Arabtec saga resurfaces
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    Arabtec shares fall 1.67 per cent following setback in negotiations
  • Saudi market rally loses steam
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    The Riyadh-based Saudi Stock Exchange finished one of the last trading days in August with a day gain of 0.11 per cent, to hit 11,042.03 points on Thursday, August 28, despite negative market breadth. Seventy shares advanced, while 79 declined. The market reached a six-year high this week and showed no let up in buying power, […]
  • Aluminium Bahrain consolidates at 18-month high
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    In Manama, the Bahrain All-Share Index closed 0.11 per cent higher at 1,475.68 points on Thursday, August 28. Aluminium Bahrain surged by 1.41 per cent, finishing at BHD0.505. Bahrain Middle East Bank plummeted 9.76 per cent to close as the biggest decliner at BHD0.037. Gérard Al-Fil
  • Oman population forecast to grow by 2.4 million by 2040
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    The National Centre for Statistics and Information (NCSI) has issued a new report under the title 'Population Projection in Sultanate of Oman 2015-2040'. According to the 'Pan Arab Project for Family Health 2009' by the Population Reference Bureau, 'Population Projection' is an estimate of changes in the future population based on field data gathering where […]
  • DP World drags down NASDAQ Dubai market index
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    The FTSE NASDAQ Dubai UAE 20 Index closed 2.12 per cent lower at 4,421.35 points. Emirates REIT posted the biggest advance, finishing 1.33 per cent higher at $1.449. DP World plummeted 3.54 per cent to hit $18.78 . Earlier in the day, the third biggest port operator by assets (the Jebel Ali-headquartered firm runs 65 […]
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