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المركز: ركود في أداء معظم أسواق الشرق الأوسط وشمال أفريقيا
نشرت: 09 - مارس - 2017 قراءة المزيد
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"المركز": نمو مؤشر ستاندرد آند بورز لأسواق دول مجلس التعاون الخليجي بمعدل 1.6% في يناير
نشرت: 05 - فبراير - 2017 قراءة المزيد
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"المركز" يرعى المؤتمر المهني الخامس للمحاسبة والمراجعة
نشرت: 29 - يناير - 2017 قراءة المزيد
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Marmore MENA

GCC Markets - Who created value in the medium/long-term?

التاريخ : 18/11/2015 مؤلف: Marmore MENA

The main goal of an investor or a money manager is to create wealth - be it through capital appreciation strategy, dividend strategy or a capital preservation strategy. Unfortunately over the last 10 year period (2005-October 2015) all but Muscat stock exchange failed to create wealth for investors . That said, looking at the 5 year data, UAE and Qatar posted remarkable returns compared to its peers. Dubai and Abu Dhabi posted 16% and 11% five year CAGR respectively while Qatar posted 9% during the same period the main catalyst for Qatar and the UAE was the inclusion of their respective markets in MSCI EM Index. Assuming investors picked a passive strategy , they would have failed to create wealth over the 10 year period (except Oman) and the 5 year period (barring UAE and Qatar)

علامات:  Capital Markets, GCC Markets
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SABIC - Low Oil Prices Pressurizing Top Line

التاريخ : 12/11/2015 مؤلف: Marmore MENA

SABIC was established in 1976 by Royal decree, and is currently ranked amongst the world’s largest petrochemicals manufacturer. According to Marmore’s company report on SABIC, the petrochemical segment contributed over 86% to SABIC’s revenue in 2014. The next big segment in terms of revenue is the minerals/metals segment, generating over 5% of the revenue.  From 2010-14, the revenue from all the four business segments has grown at CAGR of 6%.

علامات:  Company Analysis, Financial Analysis, SABIC, Share performance
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Fiscal Measures Worry Markets

التاريخ : 10/11/2015 مؤلف: Marmore MENA

According to Marmore’s recently released Monthly Market Review, MENA markets ended mostly in red during the month of October 2015. Abu Dhabi (-4.0%) suffered the most, followed by Saudi Arabia (-3.8%), Dubai (-2.5%) and Bahrain (-2.0%). Despite the increase in oil prices during October, the lower-than-expected oil prices continue to strain the MENA markets. The regional markets are also responding to instability in the global economy and anticipated monetary tightening in response to low oil prices. KSA is contemplating spending cuts and tax increases to manage its fiscal deficit. Saudi Arabia's weakness is dampening sentiments of the region, even in countries such as the United Arab Emirates & Kuwait, which are relatively well placed to cope with an era of cheap oil. Egypt (3.1%), Oman (2.4%) and Qatar (1.2%) markets gained in October. Kuwait’s price index ended the month of October with a marginal gain of 0.9%. On the contrary the Kuwait weighted index remained stagnant.

علامات:  Capital Markets, Economy, GCC Markets, MENA
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