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Nasdaq Dubai expands futures trading with MSCI UAE launch

Nasdaq Dubai expands futures trading with MSCI UAE launch

Nasdaq Dubai on Tuesday launched futures trading on the MSCI UAE equity index, in the latest expansion of the exchange’s futures market.

The contracts are designed to appeal to international and regional investors seeking exposure to leading UAE companies.

Robert Ansari, executive director - head of the Middle East of MSCI, rang the market-opening

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Indian tourists to favour Dubai, Thailand and Singapore in 2019

Indian tourists to favour Dubai, Thailand and Singapore in 2019

Leading Indian tour operators in India say Dubai, Thailand and Singapore will be the hot international destinations for tourists in 2019.

Dubai is expected to be top location for Indian tourists this year because of a host of reasons – both economical and entertainment related.

“Dubai has a whole lot to offer for family entertainments by way of s

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Travel website Skyscanner reveals UAE's cheapest day of the week to fly

Travel website Skyscanner reveals UAE's cheapest day of the week to fly

Thursdays are the cheapest day of the week to fly out if the UAE, while Friday is the most expensive, according to data complied by travel search site Skyscanner.

The data, which was based on average flight prices, showed travellers could save over 10% by changing their departure day from Friday to Thursday.

Moreover, it showed that Saturdays are

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Tokyo court denies ex-Nissan chief Ghosn's bail request

Tokyo court denies ex-Nissan chief Ghosn's bail request

A Tokyo court on Tuesday rejected a request by former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn for bail following fresh charges, dashing his hopes for an early release from his Japanese jail cell.

The decision means the 64-year-old auto tycoon is likely to stay in custody until his trial, which even his own defence lawyer has admitted could take six months to

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Indian workers migrating to Gulf region dropped 21% in 2018

Indian workers migrating to Gulf region dropped 21% in 2018

Indian blue collar workers migrating to various Gulf countries for jobs declined by 21 percent during January-November 2018, compared to the previous year, according to latest data available with India’s external affairs ministry.

The total number of Indian migrants cleared by the emigration department of India’s foreign affairs ministry to the G

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