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Qatar National Bank reports healthy liquidity position

The bank says it sees no big deposit outflows and continues to grow in profitability despite the Gulf crisis.

QNB

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Cristiano Ronaldo accused of $16.5m tax fraud in Spain

Lawsuit filed against Portugal and Real Madrid footballer who is accused of $16.5m tax fraud.

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Ali Sherif al-Emadi: Sanctions will not harm economy

Finance minister says Qatar can defend economy and currency against tough sanctions imposed by neighbouring GCC nations.

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Qatar Petroleum conducting 'business as usual'

Firm to take any "necessary decisions and measures ... to ensure it honoured commitments to customers and partners".

Qatar Petroleum

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Australia economy ties record for longest expansion

But household consumption still weak as savings rate drops.

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Qatari riyal under pressure amid Gulf diplomatic rift

Exchange rate fell to lowest level since June 2016, after Saudi's central bank asked to sell Qatari currency.

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Economic impact of Gulf diplomatic rift

Blocking air and land routes in and out of Qatar could cost Gulf economies billions of dollars.

Qatar's stock market

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Trade dispute holds up EU-China climate statement

Trump's withdrawal from the Paris accord brings the two industrial powers closer, but they remain divided on trade.

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Strike cuts fuel for hundreds of French petrol stations

Authorities say no fuel depots blocked but several were operating at reduced capacity ahead of busy weekend.

French petrol stations

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Sudan approves farm imports ban from Egypt

Private sector was urged to import agricultural and animal products directly from countries of origin, bypassing Egypt.

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