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Middle East and North Africa 

Foreign investors are exiting Qatar Foreign investors have been liquidating positions in Qatari (QAT) stocks since diplomatic relations with major Middle East countries turned sour. According to Qatar bourse data, non-Qatari Gulf shareholders constitute 5-10% of the equity market’s turnover...
  Middle East ETFs are under pressure Saudi Arabia (KSA), Bahrain, UAE (UAE) , Egypt (EGPT), Yemen, and Maldives recently cut their diplomatic ties with Qatar on accusations of the country backing terrorist outfits. This conflict has caused major tensions in...
Are Qatar's stocks valuable now? Geopolitical tensions in the Middle East (GULF) are driving volatility in stock markets both regionally and across the globe. GCC nations are some of the largest producers of oil and gas, and with the risk...
Impact on Qatari banks Qatar’s financial sector will likely be the sector most affected by the ongoing tensions in the Middle East (GULF). Stocks of major Qatar (QAT) banks plunged nearly 10% on Monday to hit their circuit levels. Qatar’s...
Sectors impacted Diplomatic relations in the Gulf region (GULF) are important to global investors as they can directly impact commodity prices. Recently, Saudi Arabia(KSA), Egypt (EGPT), Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) isolated Qatar (QAT) over alleged ties with Iran...
Economic impact Recent diplomatic conflicts could cost Gulf countries (GULF) billions of dollars, as they can directly impact trade and investments in the region. In 2016, Qatar’s (QAT) trade with Gulf countries amounted to $11 billion and made up 80%...
The crisis On June 6, four US Arab allies (GULF) –  Saudi Arabia (KSA), Egypt (EGPT), Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) – cut ties with Qatar (QAT) over its alleged relations with Iran. As a consequence, Qatar’s benchmark...
The Saudi-led Gulf alliance’s move against the tiny state has been dramatic, but it is the culmination of tensions that have been brewing for many years. Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain this week broke off diplomatic and many...
If you were not invested in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) over the past half decade, you may have missed the fact that the country has outclassed all of its 22 emerging market peers in MSCI’s universe.The MSCI United Arab...
With the looming collapse of the Islamic State in Mosul, Iraq is already taking steps to reestablish security and plans to reignite development in Anbar province. Reconstruction and economic growth along its border region with Jordan will be paramount...
The imminent digital disruption in the Middle East will present opportunities and benefits, whilst also generating new economic, political, and cybersecurity risks for the region.Middle Eastern countries are approaching a digital disruption. Recognizing the unsustainability of national economies underwritten...
Calls for the restoration of South Yemen, a worsening humanitarian crisis and the machinations of intervening regional powers all compound Yemen’s woes.Earlier this month, senior political, military, and tribal leaders in Yemen called for the secession of southern Yemen....

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