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Egypt arm of Dubai developer Emaar reports big profit increase ...

File photo of people having their pictures taken near an Emaar sign outside the Dubai MallEmaar Misr, the Egyptian arm of Dubai developer Emaar Properties, on Sunday reported a big jump in first-Sun 7:26am   Emaar Misr, the Egyptian arm of Dubai developer Emaar Properties, on Sunday reported a big jump in first-quarter profits, supported by strong revenue growth. The subsidiary of Dubai's largest real estate developer said profits reached 172.7 million Egyptian pounds ($22.65 million) in the first three months of the year, up from 30.7 million pounds a year earlier. Emaar Misr, a big foreign investor in Egypt's real estate industry, filed a formal request in February to list shares on the Cairo stock market. The listing is expected to take place in the second quarter and be worth more than 2 billion Egyptian pounds, making it the largest flotation on the Cairo exchange since 2007.

Gulf Finance House to delist from London, keep other listings ...

Sun 6:13am   Gulf Finance House will delist its Global Depositary Receipts from the London Stock Exchange but keep its other stock listings in Bahrain, Kuwait and Dubai, the firm said in a statement on Sunday. The Bahrain-based investment firm had said last week that it would study whether to continue its stock market listings in London and Kuwait, after investors raised concerns at the firm's annual shareholders' meeting.

For short-sellers in U.S. stocks, the agony just piles on

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock ExchangeBy Jennifer Ablan and David Gaffen NEW YORK (Reuters) - In January 2014, veteran shortSun 5:11am   By Jennifer Ablan and David Gaffen NEW YORK (Reuters) - In January 2014, veteran short-seller Bill Fleckenstein said he was readying a new fund to bet on falling stock prices. Despite lackluster U.S. economic data, a world grappling with slow growth, concern that Greece and Ukraine could default on their debts, the U.S. stock market has been more than resilient. It has been impossible," Seattle-based Fleckenstein told Reuters. "It all comes down to free money and that old saw - 'don't fight the Fed,'" said Jeff Matthews, who runs Ram Partners, a Naples, Florida-based hedge fund.

Insight - For short-sellers in U.S. stocks, the agony just piles ...

Traders works on the floor of the New York Stock ExchangeBy Jennifer Ablan and David Gaffen NEW YORK (Reuters) - In January 2014, veteran short-seller Bill FleSun 5:08am   By Jennifer Ablan and David Gaffen NEW YORK (Reuters) - In January 2014, veteran short-seller Bill Fleckenstein said he was readying a new fund to bet on falling stock prices. Despite lacklustre U.S. economic data, a world grappling with slow growth, concern that Greece and Ukraine could default on their debts, the U.S. stock market has been more than resilient. It has been impossible," Seattle-based Fleckenstein told Reuters. "It all comes down to free money and that old saw - 'don't fight the Fed,'" said Jeff Matthews, who runs Ram Partners, a Naples, Florida-based hedge fund.

Foreign investment plan may lift Saudi market

Sat 10:45pm   Saudi Arabia's stock market may rise on Sunday after the regulator said it would open the bourse to direct foreign investment from June 15. Strong oil prices may also support investor sentiment across the Gulf. The Capital Market Authority announced after the close on Thursday that qualified foreign institutions would be able buy shares from mid-June and the final rules covering this would be published on May 4. Fresh fund flows into Saudi Arabia in the initial months may be moderate - perhaps only hundreds of millions of dollars a month - partly because share valuations are currently quite high.

Comcast, Time Warner Cable to meet U.S. Justice Dept officials ...

A Comcast sign is shown on the side of a vehicle in San Francisco(Reuters) - Representatives of Comcast Corp and Time Warner Cable Inc are preparing to meet U.S. DepaSat 9:41pm   (Reuters) - Representatives of Comcast Corp and Time Warner Cable Inc are preparing to meet U.S. Department of Justice officials to discuss competition concerns raised by the planned $45 billion merger of the two cable giants, the Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday. The meeting next Wednesday would aim to negotiate possible concessions addressing those concerns, the Journal said, citing people familiar with the matter. Staffers at both the Justice Department and the Federal Communications Commission remain concerned the combined company would have too much power in the Internet broadband market and would have unfair competitive leverage against TV channel owners and businesses offering online video programming, the Journal said. Representatives of the two companies and the Justice Department did not immediately respond to Reuters' requests for comment on the Journal report.

Conservatives aim to sell Lloyds shares to small investors

Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Osborne gestures during an election campaign event in LondonBy David Milliken LONDON (Reuters) - Chancellor George Osborne said on Sunday that he intends to sell billions of pouSat 4:51pm   By David Milliken LONDON (Reuters) - Chancellor George Osborne said on Sunday that he intends to sell billions of pounds of government shares in Lloyds Banking Group to small investors if his Conservative Party wins the May 7 election. Britain's government put more than 20 billion pounds of public money into Lloyds at the height of the financial crisis in 2008 and 2009 - buying 43 percent of the bank - and has since sold almost half of this back to large investors. The move harks back to the privatisation of Britain's state telecoms and gas monopolies in the 1980s under former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, which aimed to encourage ordinary Britons to invest in the stock market. With opinion polls published overnight showing the opposition Labour Party level with the Conservatives, Prime Minister David Cameron is expected later on Sunday to promote the planned sale as a sign of Britain's recovery from the financial crisis.

UK Conservatives aim to sell Lloyds shares to small investors ...

Sat 4:49pm   British finance minister George Osborne said on Sunday that he intends to sell billions of pounds of government shares in Lloyds Banking Group to small investors if his Conservative Party wins the May 7 election. Britain's government put more than 20 billion pounds ($30 billion) of public money into Lloyds at the height of the financial crisis in 2008 and 2009 - buying 43 percent of the bank - and has since sold almost half of this back to large investors. The move harks back to the privatisation of Britain's state telecoms and gas monopolies in the 1980s under former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, which aimed to encourage ordinary Britons to invest in the stock market.

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It’s Easier To Get A Camel Through The Eye Of A Needle Than To Get Media Coverage In The Wall Street JournalWith that promising title, you might already be thinking, “Why bother with the Wall Street JourSat 10:00am   With that promising title, you might already be thinking, “Why bother with the Wall Street Journal then?” However, this article will show that it is possible to get your story covered by the Wall Street Journal. The number one rule is by being ‘on point.’ Your story needs to be attention-grabbing, well-researched, factual, and above […]

Factbox - Deutsche Bank looks to slash retail banking

Sat 6:08am   Deutsche Bank will sell Postbank but keep its own-branded retail division under one of two strategic overhaul models currently favoured by management, sources familiar with internal discussions said. The two models most likely to be considered are the following, according to investors, analysts and financial sources briefed on the discussions: "THE GREAT DIVIDE" This model would see Deutsche Bank broken in two, with all retail activities sold off, and Deutsche abandoning its so-called universal model. The group's Postbank division and its Deutsche Bank-branded retail network would be sold, possibly together in a stock market listing, allowing the group to focus on more profitable corporate activities. Postbank is one of the least efficient retail banks in Germany with a cost-income ratio of 81 percent compared with 67 percent at Commerzbank .

China securities regulator denies encouraging short selling

Investors look at computer screens showing stock information at a brokerage house in ShenyangChina's recent liberalisation of stock short-selling rules is not intended to encourage the practice, the ChiSat 5:05am   China's recent liberalisation of stock short-selling rules is not intended to encourage the practice, the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) said on Saturday, after overseas markets dropped sharply in response to the move. In a post on its official microblog account, the CSRC published a transcript of a journalist question and answer session in which it was asked whether the goal of the policy was to encourage short-selling and depress the stock market. "This is a misunderstanding, a misreading," the CSRC said. "This sort of trade is a mature mechanism used in overseas markets, it helps moderate volatility and help with price discovery and hedging against risk ... It is certainly not encouraging shorting as has been said, even less an attempt to suppress the market." Short-selling involves borrowing stock in order to sell it, with the aim of buying it back more cheaply and thereby make a profit.

Poor earnings overrule growth endorsement, dent market sentiments ...

Sat 3:12am   Mumbai, April 18 (IANS) The Indian equities markets were dampened during the weekly trade ended April 17, proving that mere endorsement of economic growth potential by international financial institutions is not enough and that corporate India's earnings have to catch-up with the high expectations. The equities markets' were solely focused on the fourth quarter earnings season and the outlook that companies had to offer for future growth.

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