Al Masah Capital report indicates positive outlook for regional markets this week with Brent hitting the USD50 mark over the weekend

Regional markets should take a positive view going into the new week as Brent sends confident signals that hit the USD50 mark over the weekend. Al Masah Capital weekly report indicates that “the two main triggers that everyone is eyeing now are the Fed’s upcoming meeting, with views being divided between the urgency to raise interest rates and the preference to wait as long as inflation remains benign”. Following this, oil producers are scheduled to meet next month and their output decisions will have an impact on oil prices and consequently all markets indices’ performances especially the MENA markets…Learn More

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Egypt come in as best performers among regional peers reflecting investor optimism- Al Masah Weekly investment report

The first week of August saw diverse performances among the regional indices, reflecting mixed investors’ sentiments regarding the general prevailing investment atmosphere. Over the week, Egypt came in as the best performer among its regional peers with a 2.8% gain, continuing its upward inclination that it started in late June with a low of 6,851, and breaking the 8,000 level up, showing a 20% increase since then…Learn More

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Al Masah Capital Weekly Report: Brent Crude oil prices went down a bit but still above the USD 49 mark

The Fed’s rate decision and oil prices were the main market movers last week as well as the coming one. US equities went down while European markets moved in the opposite direction to their US peers, as Janet Yellen’s speech over the weekend highlighted optimism about the economy and the possibility of an increase in interest rates increased… Learn More 

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Al Masah Capital report indicates positive outlook for regional markets this week with Brent hitting the USD50 mark over the weekend

Regional markets should take a positive view going into the new week as Brent sends confident signals that hit the USD50 mark over the weekend. Al Masah Capital weekly report indicates that “the two main triggers that everyone is eyeing now are the Fed’s upcoming meeting, with views being divided between the urgency to raise interest rates and the preference to wait as long as inflation remains benign”. Following this, oil producers are scheduled to meet next month and their output decisions will have an impact on oil prices and consequently all markets indices’ performances especially the MENA markets…Learn More

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Al Masah Capital: Positive outlook for regional markets this week

UAE. Regional markets should take a positive view going into the new week as Brent sends confident signals that hit the USD50 mark over the weekend. Al Masah Capital weekly report indicates that “the two main triggers that everyone is eyeing now are the Fed’s upcoming meeting, with views being divided between the urgency to raise interest rates and the preference to wait as long as inflation remains benign”. Following this, oil producers are scheduled to meet next month and their output decisions will have an impact on oil prices and consequently all markets indices’ performances especially the MENA markets…Learn More

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Majority of Saudi Arabian companies surprise the market to the downside with their quarterly earnings releases- Al Masah Weekly investment report

In regional markets last week, Saudi was down by 0.9%, driven to a large extent by a majority of companies reporting Q2 earnings below market expectations. Saudi Arabia Mining Co, Saudi Hollandi Bank, Saudi Electricity, Dar Al Arkan Real Estate, Saudi Ceramic and Yamama Cement all significantly surprised the market to the downside with their quarterly earnings releases according to alternative asset management and advisory firm Al Masah Capital’s weekly investment report… Learn More

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