• QE MAIN 20 10214.19
  • BARWA REAL 39.51
  • QA COMM BK 40.9
  • DOHA BK LTD 19.9
  • GULF INTR S 18.98
  • INDUSTRIES 134.5
  • MASRAF AL R 38.39
  • MEDICARE GR 61
  • MESAIEED PE 16.35
  • OOREDOO QSC 71.9
  • QA ELEC & W 184.4
  • QA000PLE37B 4.26
  • QATAR FUEL 164.02
  • QA GAS TRAN 17.87
  • QA INTL IS 62.93
  • QATAR INS C 36.15
  • QA ISLAMIC 151.84
  • QNB 195.97
  • QATAR NAVIG 67.99
  • UNITED DVLP 14.25
  • VODAFONE QA 7.8
  
  
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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...
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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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Qatar’s revenue is anticipated to reach QR175.1 billion, up by 2.9%, compared with 2017. The increase is attributable to an expected rise in non-oil revenue...
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Qatar’s total public expenditure is set at QR203.2bn for 2018, up by 2.4% compared to 2017. This increase is attributed to the launch of a number of new schools...
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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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Events
  • Al Emadi meets Jordan’s Minister of State for Investment Affairs
    06 August 2018
    ​Minister of Finance H E Ali Shareef Al Emadi (right), welcomed a Jor...
  • ‘Moushtarayat’ 2018 conference & expo begin
    24 April 2018
    Qatar Development Bank (QDB) yesterday kicked-off the third edition o...
  • Qatar Finance Ministry participates in GCC Financial and Economic Committee meet in Kuwait
    15 May 2018
    ​Qatar’s Ministry of Finance participated in the 107th Meeting of the...