Impacto del petroleo bajo en Emiratos

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Mensajepor Dalamar » 07 Feb 2016 07:37

UAE private sector growth slumps to near 4-year low in January
Start of 2016 signals another loss of growth momentum at UAE non-oil private sector firms
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 07 Feb 2016 11:24

Dubai no recorta gastos:

A new tower that will become the centrepiece of Emaar’s Dubai Creek Harbour project has been approved by Dubai Ruler Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

The tower’s height and name has not yet been revealed, but the developer said it would “comparable in greatness and in height” to the Burj Khalifa and the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

The building has been designed by Santiago Calatrava Valls, a Spanish/Swiss architect, who has worked on the World Trade Centre Transportation Hub in New York, the Spire Tower in Chicago and the Olympic Sports Complex in Athens.
The tower will be “directly linked to the central island district of Dubai Creek Harbour with a vibrant 4.5km creek boardwalk offering an array of retail, dining, leisure and entertainment choices”, Emaar said in a statement released on Saturday.
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Mensajepor girado007 » 07 Feb 2016 15:12

Hombre Calatrava!! Próximo pelotazo a la vista...

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Mensajepor Dalamar » 09 Feb 2016 08:28

UAE plans to trim ministries, outsource most gov't services - Sheikh Mohammed
"The new government will have a smaller number of ministries and more ministers to deal with national and strategic issues," says Dubai Ruler


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Mensajepor Dalamar » 10 Feb 2016 15:18

Perfect storm for UAE small businesses as payments, hiring and confidence all drop
Gulf Finance SME survey reports declining sentiment in Q4, but cautious optimism for year ahead


Yo creo que el impacto de verdad se va a ver en los proximos 12 meses...
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Mensajepor Vigilantexx » 10 Feb 2016 17:56

Tú lo sabrás mejor pero me han dicho que los bancos locales ya tienen fuertes provisiones por impagos de las SMEs

Y en mi empresa también han anunciado despidos...

Este articulo dice que el bajón de la cotización de los bancos se debe a que estaban muy invertidos por fondos soberanos del petróleo que han empezado a vender

http://www.rankia.com/blog/call-put/312 ... dos-bancos

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Mensajepor Dalamar » 10 Feb 2016 18:21

Efectivamente los impagos han subido y hay provisiones, y los beneficios por parte de negocios con ADIA han caido mucho.
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Mensajepor Vigilantexx » 11 Feb 2016 08:16

http://blogs.elconfidencial.com/mercado ... a_1149936/

La guerra va para largo

Sé que a a los empleados de ADNOC de UAE se les comunicó la semana pasada que no tendrán bono este año

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Mensajepor Dalamar » 20 Feb 2016 11:12

UAE central bank's foreign assets fall by $12bn in January

Friday, 19 February 2016

The UAE central bank’s foreign assets fell by $12 billion in January from the previous month as the economy continued to be impacted by falling oil prices, it has been reported.

Foreign assets declined to AED296.9 billion ($81 billion) from AED341.1 billion, according to data posted on the central bank’s website, Bloomberg reported.

It said cash, bank balances and deposits with banks abroad dropped almost 30 percent to AED122.2 billion, while investments in held-to-maturity foreign securities and other foreign assets increased.

The drop in oil prices has also boosted speculation that countries in the region will be pushed to adjust their currencies’ fixed exchange rates to the dollar.

Twelve-month forward contracts for the UAE dirham, used partly to bet on a devaluation of the currency, climbed to 325 points last month, their highest since 2009, Bloomberg added.

The UAE holds about 6 percent of global crude reserves.

Earlier this month, Fitch said the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), one of the world’s largest sovereign wealth funds, is expected to see its assets decline by just over 5 percent this year.

The ratings agency said it projected a fall from an estimated $502 billion by end-2014 to $475 billion as outflows outpace investment returns.
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Mensajepor Vigilantexx » 21 Feb 2016 19:56

Abu Dhabi’s Biggest Bank Says U.S. Oil Prices May Drop to $20
By Shaji Mathew and Anthony Dipaola - 21 Feb 2016, 17:35:14

Oil prices may drop to near $20 a barrel this year as the global glut of crude persists into 2017, Abu Dhabi’s largest lender said.

U.S. benchmark West Texas Intermediate crude should trade in a range between $25 a barrel and $45 a barrel for the rest of the year, “although a very brief spike down towards $20 is possible,” the National Bank of Abu Dhabi PJSC wrote in its Global Investment Outlook 2016 report on Sunday. Prices at the lower end of the range will stimulate demand growth, it said.

“For at least the next few years there do appear to be solid fundamental reasons why oil prices are likely to remain in a trading range,” NBAD analysts wrote in the report. Producers have sold less of their crude this year through forward transactions than in past years, and forward-selling would likely accelerate if prices rallied much above $40 a barrel, the bank said.

Abu Dhabi is the capital of the United Arab Emirates, which holds about 6 percent of the world’s oil reserves. Almost all regional oil exporters are set to register “twin deficits” on both their current and fiscal accounts for last year and this year, NBAD said. WTI prices dropped about 40 percent in the past year.


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