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Prince Bishop wins Dubai World Cup

Mar 28 2015

DUBAI Prince Bishop, ridden by William Buick, won the $10 million Dubai World Cup by two and three-quarter lengths on Saturday as the 12-1 outsider sprinted clear of California Chrome, the 2014 American Horse of the Year.

Prince Bishop wins Dubai World Cup

Mar 28 2015

DUBAI Prince Bishop, ridden by William Buick, won the $10 million Dubai World Cup by two and three-quarter lengths on Saturday as the 12-1 outsider sprinted clear of California Chrome, the 2014 American Horse of the Year.

California Chrome poised for World Cup glory

Mar 26 2015

DUBAI California Chrome’s owners believe they have a perfect draw in the outside nine gate to land the 20th running of the $10 million Dubai World Cup, the world's richest race on Saturday.

California Chrome ready for Dubai race: trainers

Mar 24 2015

DUBAI California Chrome's trainers say the Kentucky Derby and Preakness champion has been working well since his 25-hour flight to the Middle East where he will compete in the world's richest race on Saturday.

California Chrome ready for Dubai race - trainers

Mar 24 2015

DUBAI California Chrome's trainers say the Kentucky Derby and Preakness champion has been working well since his 25-hour flight to the Middle East where he will compete in the world's richest race on Saturday.

Exclusive - Gulf Arab states may need to rethink policy: Qatar c.banker

Jan 27 2015

DUBAI Gulf Arab oil states may need to rethink longstanding economic policies, including their fixed exchange rates, over the next five to 10 years as economic cycles in the region and the United States diverge, a senior Qatar central bank official said in a research paper.

Exclusive: Gulf Arab states may need to rethink policy: Qatar central banker

Jan 27 2015

DUBAI Gulf Arab oil states may need to rethink longstanding economic policies, including their fixed exchange rates, over the next five to 10 years as economic cycles in the region and the United States diverge, a senior Qatar central bank official said in a research paper.

EXCLUSIVE-Gulf Arab states may need to rethink policy -Qatar c.banker

Jan 27 2015

DUBAI, Jan 27 Gulf Arab oil states may need to rethink longstanding economic policies, including their fixed exchange rates, over the next five to 10 years as economic cycles in the region and the United States diverge, a senior Qatar central bank official said in a research paper.

Gulf can cope with cheaper oil, IMF says as bourses plunge

Dec 16 2014

DUBAI The Arab energy exporting states of the Gulf can cope comfortably with sliding oil prices, an International Monetary Fund official said on Tuesday, as a plunge in regional stock markets showed some local investors were panicking.

Gulf can cope with cheaper oil, IMF says as bourses plunge

Dec 16 2014

DUBAI, Dec 16 The Arab energy exporting states of the Gulf can cope comfortably with sliding oil prices, an International Monetary Fund official said on Tuesday, as a plunge in regional stock markets showed some local investors were panicking.

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