Houston, TX – January 16, 2012 – Index Strategy Advisors, Inc., a Registered Investment Advisor specializing in algorithm powered investment research and portfolio management, today reported that it had completed the deployment of a new algorithm for tracking the newly released … Continue reading
In 2010, Egyptian GDP (on a Purchasing Power Parity basis) was $498.1 billion. Making Egypt the 26th biggest economy in the world, just outside the G20. IMF’s pre-crisis forecasts were for the economy to grow to US$532.568 billion in 2011, however the uprising and … Continue reading
By James McDonald | December 20th, 2011 01:12 AM EST | posted in 10 Fastest Growing Economies, Middle East
ISA’s research focus for Bahrain targets its potential to emerge from middle east tensions as a global financial hub of Islamic financial products. Bahrain is currently ranked second behind India in Global Shariah-compliant financial products and mortgages – that represent … Continue reading
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