Brexit jitters already steering more UK investors to Dubai

According to UAE listings portal, propertytrader.ae, the prolonged and uncertain nature of the so-called Brexit is finally pushing UK buyers to find somewhere stable to invest, away from home and Europe, and Dubai seems to be the obvious choice. ( read original story ...)

UAE Central Bank announces banking developments

he UAE Central Bank has announced that the money supply aggregate, M1 (currency in circulation outside banks and monetary deposits in current accounts and call accounts at banks), increased by 1.3 percent, from AED474 billion at the end of December 2016 ... ( read original story ...)

Australia and UAE to deepen defence ties

Australia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will explore closer defence ties after a meeting between Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan. Mr Pyne and Sheikh Mohammed, who is also Deputy ... ( read original story ...)

Trump sons open Dubai golf course, praise U.S. ally

DUBAI (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's eldest sons Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump were guests of honor at the opening of a Trump-branded golf course in Dubai on Saturday, the first Trump property project launched since their father's inauguration ... ( read original story ...)

KFH participates in 2017 IIF MENA Financial Summit held in Dubai

KUWAIT: Group Chief Executive Officer at Kuwait Finance House (KFH), Mazin Saad Al- Nahedh stressed the importance of practically facing the economic challenges facing the GCC banks in light of the fall in oil prices, indicating the necessity of applying ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai street art turns urban sprawl into open-air museum

"Dubai has everything, from finance to tourism," says project director Shaima Al-Soueidi. "Tourists can see our history at the museums. But we want everyone to be able to see that history everywhere, even in the streets." Urban art is a growing trend in ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai gold price flirts with Dh150: Will it fall today?

She also hinted the US interest rates will be increased sooner rather than later. "As I see it, a relatively small group of hedge funds and institutional speculators have been calling the tune for gold, trading the recent range, buying on dips, selling on ... ( read original story ...)