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Initiatives to support expansion of Bahrain’s capital markets
Global Arab Network - - Ahmed Gamal
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The Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) has set out new rules on the issuance of securities as the kingdom looks to boost activity in its financial services sector.

 
Tunisia considering a $1.1 billion recapitalisation of state-owned banks
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Authorities in Tunisia are considering a $1.1bn recapitalisation of state-owned banks over the next two years in an effort to help reduce risk in the country’s financial sector and reassure investors.

 
A Data-driven Perspective on Islamic Finance
A Data-driven Perspective on Islamic Finance

To some, Sharia-compliant financial services offer a promising path towards expanding financial inclusion among Muslim adults.

 
New index for Oman’s stock exchange to boost Islamic financial services
Global Arab Network - - Gamal Ragay
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A new index for Oman’s stock exchange is expected to provide a boost to the Sultanate’s nascent Islamic financial services sector and lead the way for additional sharia-compliant products.
 
Upward trajectory for Kuwait Stock Exchange
Global Arab Network - - Reda Darwish
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The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) had a positive start to 2013, with the index steadily moving up to reach multi-year highs in May. While local investors are driving much of the recent activity, foreign capital is increasingly flowing into the Gulf’s third-largest bourse.
 
UAE: Dubai market upgrade in May 2014
Global Arab Network - - Asmaa Malik
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The recent promotion of the UAE to “emerging market” status could well boost capital inflows to Dubai, although the full effect of the change is likely to take some time to become apparent.
 
Egypt: Banks attracting Gulf investors
Global Arab Network - - George Hajjar

Despite an uncertain political climate and a sluggish economic recovery, the long-term prospects of Egyptian banks are attracting attention from their Gulf counterparts.

 
Egypt: Confidence boost for capital markets
Global Arab Network - - Mohammed Almasri

Investor interest in Egyptian bonds and shares is on the rise as greater political stability and signs of economic recovery help stimulate confidence in the country.

 
UAE: Negotiating mortgage lending in Dubai
Global Arab Network - - Asif Khalifa

The UAE’s central bank has postponed plans to implement a cap on mortgage lending, a move welcomed by Dubai bankers who had been concerned the tight restrictions originally proposed could limit lending growth just as the real estate sector is showing signs of recovery in certain sub-sectors.

 
Algeria: Legislating unconventional deposits
Global Arab Network - - Adnan Kassar

Although Algeria has struggled to attract significant interest in recent bidding rounds, the potential for new shale deposits will increase the country’s already considerable allure,

 
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