Washington, Shares were lower in Asia on Friday after a late afternoon sell-off wiped out gains for stocks on Wall Street, said an AP report. Tokyo fell 1.4% after Toyota Motor Corp. announced production cuts due to parts shortages. Other major regiona…"Asian shares slide after more losses on Wall Street"
Abu Dhabi, Most stock markets in the Gulf ended higher on Wednesday, supported by strong oil prices, with the Abu Dhabi index outperforming the region. Crude prices, a key catalyst for the Gulf’s financial markets, rose for a fourth day after a fire on a pipeline from Iraq to Turkey briefly stopped flows, increasing concerns about an already tight supply outlook. The Abu Dhabi index advanced 1.6%, buoyed by a 3.9% rise in…"Abu Dhabi leads most Gulf markets higher"
New York, The United Nations forecast lower global economic growth for 2022 and 2023 on Thursday, saying the world is facing new waves of coronavirus infections, persistent labor market challenges, lingering supply chain issues and rising inflationary …"UN forecasts lower global economic growth for 2022 and 2023"
Beijing, China’s new home prices fell more slowly in December than a month earlier, official data showed on Saturday, as marginal easing on financing curbs, and promotions by property developers helped to stabilise demand. Average new home prices in Ch…"China new home prices down less in Dec on promotions, easing curbs"
Baghdad Oil prices rose by about two percent, today, Friday, to continue their rise in the new year, due to the increasing unrest in oil-producing Kazakhstan and a member of the OPEC + bloc, in addition to the interruption of supplies from Libya.Brent …"Oil prices rise to more than $82"
Published by Sports Illustrated By Jonathan Wilson Africa is home to some of the world’s finest players, and this month’s Cup of Nations could be great, but there are reasons why it hasn’t traditionally translated into global success. View the original article to see embedded media. This isn’t how it was planned, but then the Africa Cup of Nations rarely goes as planned. Not since 2012, five tournaments ago, has the country initially slated to…"Complications Surrounding Cup of Nations Underscore Africa’s World Cup Ceiling"