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What’s in store for the beginning of 2016 – NBK MONEY MARKETS REPORT

KUWAIT: With its December first tightening in 9 years, the Fed so-called “lift-off” is finally behind us. The federal funds rate is up 25 bps to a target of 25-50…

Kuwait equities remain under pressure – BAYAN WEEKLY MARKET REPORT

KUWAIT: Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) ended last week with mixed performance. The Price Index closed at 5,615.12 points, down by 0.09 percent from the week before closing, the Weighted Index…

Palm Springs toasts Oscar hopefuls on night full of stars

44.7% of adolescents in Kuwait suffer from eating disorders – Eating disorders in children can cause irreversible damage, says GOSH expert

KUWAIT: Dr Lee Hudson, consultant and expert in eating disorders at Great Ormond Street Hospital, discusses why it is important for children to eat correctly and why eating disorders can…

Sub’s Partey piece sends Atletico top

BARCELONA: Substitute Thomas Partey scored his first La Liga goal as Atletico Madrid beat bottom club Levante 1-0 to go top of the table on Saturday. Hosts Atletico lacked a…

Djokovic admits concerns after friend becomes Federer coach

DOHA: World number one Novak Djokovic admitted yesterday it will be bizarre to see his friend Ivan Ljubicic helping coach one of his greatest rivals, Roger Federer, this season. “Yes!…

Lennon on mark as improved Everton hold Spurs

LIVERPOOL: Aaron Lennon scored against his former club as Everton displayed rediscovered resolve in a 1-1 draw at home to Champions League-chasing Tottenham Hotspur yesterday. Everton had lost their two…

Stokes batters S Africa in blistering double ton

CAPE TOWN: Ben Stokes bludgeoned a career-best 204 not out, the second fastest double century ever, in a devastating display of attacking batting to power England to 513-5 in the…

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Lawmakers praise executions in Saudi Arabia

KUWAIT: Two Islamist lawmakers yesterday praised Saudi Arabia’s execution of 47 suspects on terrorism charges. MP Ahmad Mutaee’ Al-Azmi strongly praised Riyadh’s role in fighting terrorism and stressed that the…

Scores of expat judges reject contract renewal

KUWAIT: Scores of expatriate judges appointed and designated to work in Kuwait informed the Supreme Judiciary Council of their wish not to renew their contracts with Kuwait for another year,…