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Deyaar Development PJSC (Deyaar) is a United Arab Emirates-based public joint stock company engaged in the real estate development sector. The Company operates in three business segments: Property development, electrical and mechanical works, and properties and facilities management. In additions, the Company is also involved in the provision of brokering services. The Company’s project portfolio includes multiple mid-sized community projects, as well as iconic residential and commercial tower developments. The Company develops commercial and residential projects across the United Arab Emirates, as well as international markets, such as Turkey, Lebanon, the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, India and Qatar. The Company’s projects include, among others, the Burlington and Fairview Residency. In June, 2014, the Company announced the sale of its 5.98 acres land in Huston. In September, 2014, the Company sold residential units in tower-one of the Montrose project.
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Al Barsha 1st, Deyaar Building 6th Floor
P.O. Box 30833
United Arab Emirates
Abdullah Ali Obaid Al Hamily
Non-Executive Non-Independent Chairman of the Board
Said Al Qatami
Chief Executive Officer
Abdullah Ibrahim Lootah
Non-Executive Independent Vice Chairman of the Board
Hani Khaldoun Fansa
Chief Financial Officer
Vice President - Operations & Collections
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Dubai's stock market is set for another delisting, raising a question mark over the future of one of the Gulf's major exchanges, which was launched two decades ago.
Major Gulf stock markets opened higher on Sunday amid rising oil prices, with Saudi Arabia getting an additional boost from corporate earnings.
Dubai is expected to this year see the biggest number of new homes completed in more than a decade, adding to pressure on a once-booming but now struggling property sector already weakened by excess supply.
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* Sabic surges after JV commences ethylene expansion project * Emirates NBD sees its biggest fall in nearly 8 months * Deyaar tumbles after reporting a fall in Q3 profit * Qatar's Baladna to raise 1.43 bln riyals in IPO By Shamsuddin Mohd Oct 17 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabian...
Gulf stocks mostly rose early on Wednesday, although Qatari petrochemical shares pulled down that market.
Most Gulf stock markets were lower on Tuesday with banking stocks weighing in Saudi Arabia.
* Most Qatari banks gain ahead of Q3 earnings * Deyaar touches its highest in a year * Air Arabia gains on prospect of planes order * Bahri slides as it went ex-dividend By Shamsuddin Mohd Oct 14 (Reuters) - Qatar's stock market rose sharply on Monday, helped by financial...
* EGX 100 hits its lowest in over 2 years * All but one property stocks gain in Dubai * Most financial shares slide in Qatar By Ateeq Shariff and Shamsuddin Mohd Sept 23 (Reuters) - Egyptian stocks closed lower on Monday, stretching last session's sharp fall following protests...
Dubai stocks rose on Sunday, lifted by financials and real estate, while other Gulf markets also gained after falling in recent sessions amid concerns about rising geopolitical risk in the region.
Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates' stock markets rose on Monday after a survey showed their private sectors registered strong growth last month, while other major Gulf markets also gained reflecting the global rally.
Saudi Arabia's stock market fell sharply on Sunday, dragged down by the financial and petrochemical sectors, while Egypt's blue chips gained. Saudi's index dropped 2%, with Saudi British Bank (SABB) falling 3.5%, Samba Financial Group, the Kingdom's third-largest bank by...
* Saudi's Middle East Healthcare plunges on lower Q1 profit * Mall operator Arabian Centres to raise $747 mln in IPO * Egypt's Medinet Nasr gains on higher Q1 profit * Dubai's DP World slides after merger agreement By Shakeel Ahmad May 9 (Reuters) - The Abu Dhabi and Dubai...
Abu Dhabi's stock market fell on Thursday, weighed down by its biggest lender amid global trade tensions and falling oil prices, which sent all major Gulf markets sliding.
Saudi Arabia's stock market inched up on Thursday, aided by a results-driven rally in cement producers for the third session, while most major Middle Eastern markets gained.
Abu Dhabi stocks outperformed Gulf markets on Sunday on expectations that banks and real estate companies will benefit from new rules which would allow foreigners to own land and property in investment areas on a freehold basis. The Abu Dhabi index rose 1 percent, lifted...
Saudi British Bank (SABB) rose on Sunday after the lender said it agreed to sell 2 percent of HSBC Saudi Arabia, its investment bank, while Gulf stocks were higher as companies begin to report first-quarter earnings.
* 16 of 20 stocks on Qatari index slide * Leejam Sports jumps on strong FY results * Palm Hill Development falls on FY earnings * First Abu Dhabi adds after increasing foreign ownership limit By Abinaya Vijayaraghavan Feb 27 (Reuters) - Qatar's index fell on Wednesday as...
* Saudi's Bahri falls on lower Q4 profit * Dubai's Deyaar gains on FY results * Abu Dhabi's ADCB climbs after three-way banking merger * Egypt's Ezz steel continues to rise on rating hike By Shakeel Ahmad and Abinaya Vijayaraghavan Jan 31 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's stock...
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