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Al Khaliji net profit rises 6% to QR497mn in third quarter

Al Khaliji net profit rises 6% to QR497mn in third quarter

Al Khalij Commercial Bank (Al Khaliji) has posted a net profit of QR497mn at the end of the third quarter, which represents a 6% growth year on year.

QSE gains more than 26 points on strong buying interests in transport, telecom sectors

QSE gains more than 26 points on strong buying interests in transport, telecom sectors

The Qatar Stock Exchange witnessed strong buying interests in transport and telecom sectors and its key index gained more than 26 points Tuesday.

Santos targets Asia LNG growth with $1.4bn Conoco agreement

Santos targets Asia LNG growth with $1.4bn Conoco agreement

Santos Ltd agreed to buy ConocoPhillips’ northern Australia business for $1.4bn in a deal that will boost the Adelaide-based oil and gas producer’s position in the growing Asian liquefied natural gas market.

Robust buying interests lift QSE above 10,400 levels

Robust buying interests lift QSE above 10,400 levels

Robust buying interests — especially within banking, transport and real estate counters — yesterday lifted the Qatar Stock Exchange 120 points to place its key barometer above 10,400 levels amidst heightened trading.

US gets OK to hit EU with $7.5bn Airbus sanction

US gets OK to hit EU with $7.5bn Airbus sanction

The World Trade Organisation yesterday formally authorised the US to impose tariffs on about $7.5bn worth of European exports annually in retaliation for illegal government aid to Airbus SE.

WeWork to weigh bailout that hands control to SoftBank

WeWork to weigh bailout that hands control to SoftBank

WeWork is considering a bailout that will hand control of the co-working giant to SoftBank Group Corp, according to a person familiar with the matter, one of two main options to rescue the once high-flying startup.

China exports, imports in deeper contraction

China exports, imports in deeper contraction

A slide in China’s exports picked up pace in September while imports contracted for a fifth straight month, pointing to further weakness in the economy and underlining the need for more stimulus as the Sino-US trade war drags on.

Europe markets  decline on Brexit  deal doubts

Europe markets decline on Brexit deal doubts

The British pound fell against the euro and dollar yesterday, the start of a pivotal week for Britain and the European Union to strike a Brexit deal.

RBI-driven bond rally in India isn’t over: Survey

RBI-driven bond rally in India isn’t over: Survey

More rate cuts from Asia’s most accommodative central bank this year will help India’s sovereign bonds post modest gains despite the lingering fear of the government missing budget targets.

Iron ore spreads crushed as flight to quality takes a knock

Iron ore spreads crushed as flight to quality takes a knock

The iron ore market’s had a tumultuous year as prices soared then sank, miners battled supply disruptions and China cooled.

A reckoning for value investing as quants gather in London

A reckoning for value investing as quants gather in London

On a cool October evening in the City of London, a small army of investment professionals has gathered for a reckoning. They’ve come to hear Inigo Fraser Jenkins, one of the quant industry’s most colourful commentators, opine on the fate of value investing.

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