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  • The Egyptian Exchange (EGX) Monthly Statistical Report March 2015

    Date 19/04/2015


    Total number of listed companies on the main market amounted to 218 at the end of March 2015. Meanwhile, the number of listed companies on Nilex reached 33 at the end of the month.

  • Saudi Arabia's Capital Market Authority Announcement In Regard To The Rules For Qualified Foreign Financial Institutions’ Investment In Listed Shares

    Date 19/04/2015

    Based on the Council of Ministers’ Resolution No. (388) dated 24/9/1435H (corresponding to 21/7/2014G) that permitted the Capital Market Authority (CMA) to allow foreign financial institutions to trade shares listed on the Saudi Stock Exchange in accordance with the time the CMA deems appropriate and pursuant to regulations it issues; the CMA announced on 25/9/1435H (corresponding to 22/7/2014G) that it will: publish the draft Rules for Qualified Foreign Financial Institutions investment in Listed Shares (the "Rules") to enable concerned and interested parties to provide their comments and observations; check the readiness of the Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul); coordinate with relevant governmental parties prior to the adoption of the Rules; and that the market will be, based on that, opened for qualified foreign financial institutions to invest in listed shares during the first half of 2015.

  • IMF: Development Committee Communiqué, Joint Ministerial Committee Of The Boards Of Governors Of The Bank And The Fund On The Transfer Of Real Resources To Developing Countries, Washington, D.C., April 18, 2015

    Date 19/04/2015

    1. The Development Committee met today, April 18, in Washington, D.C.

    2. The global economy is growing slightly faster than in 2014, although growth rates vary widely among countries. We remain vigilant to the risks from potential financial market volatility, movements in exchange rates and oil and other commodity prices, and sluggish global trade. While some middle-income countries (MICs) are experiencing easing of growth, low-income countries, as a group, continue to record good growth rates. We call on the World Bank Group (WBG) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to support countries’ efforts to spur inclusive growth and job creation and build resilience to adverse shocks, in order to reduce poverty, and enhance shared prosperity in a sustainable manner, and protect hard-won gains in these areas.

  • Statement Of US Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew For The Development Committee

    Date 18/04/2015

    This is a pivotal year for development.  The world will come together on several occasions over the coming months to renew and advance the global development agenda.  We look forward to building momentum for successful outcomes as we engage on Financing for Development in Addis Ababa in July, on the Sustainable Development Goals at the United Nations in New York in September, and at the Climate Change Conference in Paris in November/December.  The United States views the World Bank Group (WBG), the regional development banks, and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as critical partners in our collective ability to deliver on the aspirations of these processes.  This year’s IMF-World Bank Spring Meetings and the Annual Meetings in Lima, Peru in October will thus serve as key opportunities to discuss the essential role for these institutions in helping to achieve the world’s development goals.

  • Communiqué Of The Thirty-First Meeting Of The IMFC - Chaired By Mr. Agustín Carstens, Governor Of The Bank Of Mexico, April 18, 2015, Washington, D.C.

    Date 18/04/2015

    The Committee expresses its deep appreciation to Deputy Prime Minister Tharman for his service and guidance as IMFC Chairman during challenging times. It welcomes Governor Agustín Carstens as the new Chairman.

  • Tehran Stock Exchange Attends 16th Invest Finance Exhibition, 17 - 18 April 2015 In Stuttgart, Germany

    Date 18/04/2015

    TSE has joined Iran Mercantile Exchange and Aspian Invest, the German advisory company, in Iran Capital Markets booth to network with the visitors and market participants from around the world. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) also interviewed with TSE's authorities at the event to provide investment opportunities and requirements at the Iranian market and TSE to its widespread audience.

  • Oslo Børs Release 8.6 North Sea – GO!

    Date 18/04/2015

    Oslo Børs is pleased to confirm our decision to Go Live with Millennium Exchange Release 8.6 North Sea for the Equities- and Fixed income markets on Oslo Børs, Oslo Axess, Nordic ABM and the Burgundy markets as of start of trading Monday 20 April 2015.

  • Millennium Release 8.6 North Sea – Connectivity Test To Start And Links To Go-Live Log And GO-Live Connectivity Confirmation Form

    Date 18/04/2015

    Today's connectivity test is now ready to start.

    We have received feedback that some participants are unable to open the links to the Go-lice Connectivity Confirmation form in the previous Delta notification.

  • Oslo Børs: Millennium Release 8.6 North Sea – Welcome To GO-Live Weekend Activities

    Date 18/04/2015

    Today, Saturday April 18, Oslo Børs facilitates an optional connectivity test for members, ISVs and vendors in connection with the implementation of the Millennium Release 8.6 North Sea in Oslo Børs' production environment. Today the formal decision on the planned production environment implementation to take place on April 20 will be taken.

  • Remarks By US Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew At IMF-World Bank Spring Meetings

    Date 18/04/2015

    Good afternoon.  Let me begin by thanking our hosts at the IMF and the World Bank, as well as all of you for joining us today.

    Over the past two days, my discussions with ministers and governors have centered around a key theme: global growth.  Fueling growth to create jobs and raise living standards is at the top of the global community’s economic agenda.