Leading brokerage Naeem Shares & Bonds (NSB) said it has joined Nasdaq Dubai’s equity futures platform as a member, in order to connect its UAE, Egyptian and international clients to the fast growing market.
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Nasdaq Dubai and Amman Stock Exchange (ASE) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore cooperation possibilities including facilitating a process for dual listings.
The MoU calls for cooperation on a range of activ
The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) listed a $1.25 billion Sukuk today (December 8) on Nasdaq Dubai, the region’s international financial exchange.
It is the seventh Sukuk listing on the exchange by the IDB, making it
Trading on Nasdaq Dubai’s equity futures market increased rapidly in November as new investors entered the market. A total of 222,829 contracts traded during the month, up 116 per cent from 103,393 in October.
Ahli United Bank (AUB) Kuwait recently held a market-opening bell to celebrate the listing of its $200 million sukuk on Nasdaq Dubai.
The listing underlines Dubai’s status as the global leader for Sukuk listings, with a tota
A $400-million bond issued by Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Dubai (DIFC) Branch was listed on Nasdaq Dubai today.
Wang Hongbo, executive vice president of China Foreign Exchange Trade System (CFETS), rang the mark
China Construction Bank on Wednesday celebrated the listing of a $600 million bond on Nasdaq Dubai, under the bank’s $6-billion medium term note (MTN) programme, said a report.
It is one of China’s most prominent banks
Sharjah Islamic Bank’s (SIB) $500 million sukuk was listed on Nasdaq Dubai today.
Ahmad Saad, Deputy CEO of SIB, rang the opening bell to celebrate the listing.
The listing adds further momentum to Dubai&rsquo
Activity on Nasdaq Dubai’s equity futures market increased significantly in its second month, with 103,393 contracts traded in October, up 567 per cent from 15,508 in September.
The market opened on September 1, 2016, with s
Nasdaq Dubai will add Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB) and Union Properties (UPP) to its equity futures market, raising the number of leading UAE companies on which futures can be traded to nine.
The market opened on September 1,