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Emerging economies turning to gold as financial system crash expected

Source: RT Countries around the world are turning to gold as uncertainty about the global economy rises. Trade wars and the aggressive policies of the United States are making emerging economies withdraw from dollar assets, analysts told RT. In the near future we can witness a big change in the rules of the game. At the beginning of the year, …

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Global halal food sector set to boom as market grows

LONDON: The global halal food and beverage (F&B) market is set to boom in the next five years, driven by new entrants to the market. The sector is expected to grow from $1.24 trillion in 2016 to reach $1.93 trillion by 2022, according to the “State of the Global Islamic Economy” report. “Halal food is the largest and most diverse …

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Islamic finance provides an ‘exciting opportunity’

Franklin Templeton Investing   The world of Islamic finance and investing represents an exciting world of opportunities for Muslims all over the world, and one we think should likely continue to grow. I recently had the pleasure of attending the Global International Islamic Finance Forum (GIFF) in Malaysia and had the opportunity to share our team's views as well as …

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Islamic Finance Today [IFT] – January 2016

Islamic Finance Today, the exclusive Islamic Banking and Finance Magazine published by Pioneer Publications has commenced publication as a monthly in digital format from January 2015. The all new e-version edited by its founder editor-in-chief Asiff Hussein is now available for free downloading as a service to the industry and delivers a mix of exclusive articles by the leading scholars …

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Islamic Finance Today December 2015 Issue released

A special print edition of Islamic Finance Today (IFT) magazine was released at the World Islamic Banking Conference (WIBC) held in Bahrain early this month. The publisher Pioneer Publications was a media partner at the event and was represented by its editor-in-chief Asiff Hussein. IFT plans to have quarterly print issues, incorporating the main articles and interviews published in its …

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