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Fuelling the 21st century: soaring fuel prices should ultimately encourage the trend towards energy diversification. Moin A Siddiqi looks at some of the alternatives on offer. Jun 1, 2005 2073
The outlook for Arab offshore investments: Moin A. Siddiqi analyses the situation of the global stock and bonds market; where Arab investors are putting their money and where they are not. May 1, 2005 1699
Security crucial to economic prosperity. Mar 1, 2005 2563
Iraq: a frontier for brave bankers: even a shattered economy such as that of post-war Iraq needs a viable banking sector, but restructuring will be a formidable process. Dec 1, 2004 2086
Tapping energy-rich Iran: Iran's strategic importance to global energy markets cannot be underestimated. With over 9% of the globe's oil reserves and 15%-17% of worldwide reserves of natural gas, the hydrocarbons resources of the Gulf's most populous state are tremendous. Aug 1, 2004 1786
Islamic investment: the multi-billion dollar Islamic portfolio offers lucrative opportunities for global fund managers. American investment bankers have long been the main players in this niche market, though Europeans are also targeting Islamic finance as a potential growth area. May 1, 2004 1524
Economic growth remains strong: geopolitical rather than economic news about the Middle East dominated headlines in the international media over the past year. But on the economic front, overall developments were quite encouraging in the face of continuing sluggish growth in the Organisation for Economic and Development (OECD) countries. Apr 1, 2004 2337
Swings & roundabouts. Feb 1, 2004 2228
GCC: a force to be reckoned with: the six Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states, comprising Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE, have emerged into a powerful regional economic bloc. Dec 1, 2003 1941
Stability and reform--the key to economic growth: Iran's economy has performed briskly over the past three years, more impressively, non-oil activities grew by 6% in real terms, reflecting increased manufacturing, construction and agricultural output, and buoyant domestic demand. (Iran Economic Report). Jul 1, 2003 2329
The monetary costs of a new Gulf War: the global economy will be rocked by soaring fuel prices, severe recession and market turmoil if the United States Iraqi policy backfires. (Gulf War). Apr 1, 2003 1764
Surviving the global downturn: Moin A. Siddiqi reviews the performance of the region's banking institutions. (Arab Banking Report). Apr 1, 2003 2525
THE KEY TO IRAN'S PROSPERITY. Statistical Data Included Dec 1, 2000 2057
SAUDI ARABIA: FINANCIAL REPORT. May 1, 2000 2697
EGYPT: FINANCIAL REPORT. Feb 1, 2000 2200
SAUDI ARABIA: FINANCIAL REPORT. Oct 1, 1999 2355
Jordan: financial report. Statistical Data Included Sep 1, 1999 2062
The growing popularity of Islamic banking. Jun 1, 1999 1638
Oil price rally: turning point or flash in the pan? May 1, 1999 1549
Bahrain: financial report. May 1, 1999 2335
UAE: financial report. Apr 1, 1999 2090
Energy update. Mar 1, 1999 941
Saudi Arabia: financial report. Jan 1, 1999 1786
CHALLENGING TIMES AHEAD. Oct 1, 1998 2200
Gulf banking. Jan 1, 1998 1841
Unleashing the potential of the private sector. Dec 1, 1997 1826
Economic overview. Nov 1, 1997 1845
East looks West for increased market share. Sep 1, 1997 1305
Growing appeal of Islamic investment funds. Jul 1, 1997 1137
Banking on principles. May 1, 1997 1457
Exporters reap an unexpected windfall. Industry Overview Dec 1, 1996 1642

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