Saturday, July 20, 2019

Money & Business

Latest updates on Middle East businesses,Growth of Financial Sectors,Implementation Of Latest Technology and Role of Consumers.

Time to have a money talk? Debt advice service’s 10 top...

Christmas debts often start to bite in the first few months of the year, and continuing pressure on incomes could make the squeeze more...

Opinion: These are the best money books published in 2017

1. Unshakeable by Tony RobbinsThis best-seller wants to help you reach financial freedom. How well does it do it? Readers praise it as far more...

Sharing Selfies Could Now Help You Earn Money in Cryptoworld

Sharing the latest pictures of avocado toasts and latte hearts with the world might become a part of the crypto economy. A startup called Selfllery wants...

The world’s 500 richest people lost $114 billion yesterday

A plunge in U.S. stocks Monday cut the fortunes of the world’s 500 richest people by $114 billion as the optimism over tax cuts...

Region dragged down by global tumble

Dubai : Middle Eastern stock markets fell yesterday because of the global downturn in equities, but the region outperformed emerging markets in Asia, where MSCI’s...

Bahrain’s new waterfront project set for 2019 launch

Work is progressing at a steady pace on the Saada West, a seafront property development coming up in the Muharraq area of Bahrain, with...

PM assures ‘full-fledged’ support to local industry

Manama : His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa yesterday assured “Full-fledged” support to Bahrain’s industrial sector reminding that “Great nations...

Here’s who gave away the most money in 2017

America's 50 largest charitable donors gave away $14.7 billion last year, with Bill and Melinda Gates leading the list with a $4.8 billion donation...

Facebook may share ad money to lure creators from YouTube

Facebook has been gearing up its Watch platform for months, now. Originally launched last August, it already has tons of shows on tap (for US audiences, at...

The stock market freakout of early 2018 isn’t done yet.

Dow futures slumped more than 400 points, or 1.7%, early Tuesday morning, suggesting the turmoil of the past few days is set to deepen....
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