• QE MAIN 20 9976.8
  • BARWA REAL 39.37
  • QA COMM BK 44.15
  • DOHA BK LTD 19.6
  • GULF INTR S 13.92
  • MASRAF AL R 36.98
  • MESAIEED PE 19.26
  • OOREDOO QSC 64.46
  • QA ELEC & W 169.5
  • QA000PLE37B 4.04
  • QATAR FUEL 194
  • QA GAS TRAN 19.7
  • QA INTL IS 65.7
  • QATAR INS C 35
  • QA ISLAMIC 152
  • QNB 179.99
  • QATAR NAVIG 63.9
  • UNITED DVLP 13.52
  • VODAFONE QA 7.65
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His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, has issued Law Number (23) of the year 2018, endorsing the State Budget for 2019 that will commence on January 1, 2019. The budget forecasts a surplus of QR4.3bn, the first budget surplus in 3 years.
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Qatar has successfully managed the fallout from last year's rupture of trade, financial and diplomatic relations with the Quartet consisting of the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt ...
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Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has today changed the outlook on the Government of Qatar's long-term issuer ratings to stable from negative and affirmed the long-term issuer and foreign-currency ...
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Expenditure is set at QR206.7bn, up by 1.7% compared to the QR203.2bn budgeted in 2018. Accordingly, the budget is expected to achieve a surplus of QR4.3bn.
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The leading sectors accounting for more than 44% of the total expenditure are infrastructure (16.0%), healthcare (11.0%), education (9.3%) and transportation (7.9%).
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Qatar’s 2018 budget deficit is expected to be QR28.1bn in 2018, down by 1.1% from 2017, assuming the 2017 conservative oil price of $45/barrel. The revenue is anticipated to reach QR175.1bn, up by 2.9%, compared with 2017. The increase is attributable to an expected rise...

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Statistics and Reports
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    15 May 2018
    ​Qatar’s Ministry of Finance participated in the 107th Meeting of the...