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Oil Market Monthly Report May, 2015    (size:  815  KB)
Oil prices saw a positive reversal during April-15 and had an overall upward trend on the back of a number of positive developments. For the first time in 2015, US crude oil inventories have started declining as reported by the EIA in its two consecutive weekly reports.

Provided by KIPCO Asset Management Company K.S.C
GCC Economic Quarterly Report January,2015    (size:  957  KB)
The decline in oil prices during the last quarter of 2014 casted doubts on the GCC governments’ ability to sustain the planned level of spending in 2015. However, the release of expansionary budgets by Saudi Arabia, Dubai and Oman set aside all such speculations.

Provided by KIPCO Asset Management Company K.S.C
Al Arabi GCC Technical Portfolio December,29 2014    (size:  490  KB)
Abu Dhabi National Co.: In line with OAB technical analysis, the stock now is trying to cross up the upword trend line, so at this level we suggest a good entry point.

Provided by Oman Arab Bank SAOC
Technical Analysis Pulse November 16    (size:  517  KB)
Sembcorp Salalah: We will maintain our last week expectation
“In line with OAB technical analysis, the RSI is above (30 point) it’s at 39.28 point, and the MACD is positive. The range from the
current price to RO 2.280 is a good entry point to accumulate. So we expect the next target level should be at RO 2.360 as a Mid-
Term.”

Provided by Oman Arab Bank SAOC
Al Arabi GCC Technical Portfolio November 10    (size:  491  KB)
Doha Bank: In line with OAB technical analysis, the stock now changed the trend from down to up channel. The stock crossed up the MA10, so we expect that the next Short-Term level should be at Qtr 62.00 In MACD both lines MA are crossed up zero line.

Provided by Oman Arab Bank SAOC
Technical Analysis Pulse November 9    (size:  517  KB)
In line with OAB technical analysis, the RSI is above (30 point) it’s at 39.28 point, and the MACD is positive. The range from the
current price to RO 2.280 is a good entry point to accumulate. So we expect the next target level should be at RO 2.360 as a Mid-Term.

Provided by Oman Arab Bank SAOC
Al Arabi GCC Technical Portfolio (GTP) - October,27    (size:  493  KB)
The Commercial Bank: In line with OAB technical analysis, the stock now changed the trend from down to up channel.

Provided by Oman Arab Bank SAOC
GCC Economic Quarterly Report September 30, 2014    (size:  915  KB)
GDP growth in the GCC region is expected to improve in 2014 after seeing healthy growth in 2013.

Provided by KIPCO Asset Management Company K.S.C
Al Arabi GCC Virtual Portfolio - September 08    (size:  500  KB)
Al Arabi GCC Technical Portfolio (GTP) , September 08, 2014

Provided by Oman Arab Bank SAOC
GCC Markets Weekly Report (Jan 25)    (size:  48  KB)
On Sunday, the GCC bourses staged a strong rally, bouncing off record lows despite volatility. The markets were upbeat after crude oil climbed to a two-week high

Provided by TAIB Securities
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