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Post by rocky on Tue 13 Jun 2017, 1:23 am



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Qatar Airways could lose 30% of its revenues
showed the latest estimates and projections, that Qatar Airways could lose up to 30% of its revenues.
According to the report, told "Bloomberg" that more than 50 daily flights were canceled, with no longer any country aircraft can fly over Saudi territory or the UAE or Bahrain or Egypt, which also means higher travel to other destinations is the four countries that are no longer costs travel to it. According to some estimates, to continue in the current situation means that Qatar Airways revenues will decline by up to 30% of what it was.


Cairo ,
Egypt 's low bond yields for three and seven years ,
data showed from the Central Bank of Egypt, on Monday, a lower average yield on bonds for three and seven years in the tender.
The average yield on bonds for three years to 18.271 percent from 18.540 percent in the previous tender on May 29 (last May). The yield on seven - year bonds fell to 18.377 percent from 18.544 percent.


Ankara , the
Turkish economy is growing at five percent , surpassing expectations
revealed data from the Turkish Statistical Institute, on Monday, that the growth of the country 's economy amounted to five percent in the first quarter, exceeding ratio of four percent.
The data showed , according to a poll conducted by Reuters that GDP grew in the first quarter at a rate of 1.4 percent, after adjustment in the light of the calendar and seasonal factors compared with the previous quarter.



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