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Arab Times

Gym Team marks birthday of mentor, spends power-packed routines

Kicks and punches of full body workout  KUWAIT CITY, Oct 3: The Gym Team had a day of fun and powerpacked routines as they celebrated the birthday of one of its mentors, Ida Pelaud, wife of the General Manager of Radisson Blu Hotel who is a known fitness enthusiast. The …

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Market indices record losses during week

Trading volume average 141.75 million shares, up 17.63% Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) ended last week in the red zone. The Price Index closed at 5,720.65 points, down by 0.59% from the week before closing, the Weighted Index decreased by 0.67% after closing at 386.63 points, whereas the KSX-15 Index closed …

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Shale producers emerge as market stabilizing element

Oil prices to remain stable blow $50 Almost one year ago in November 2014, Saudi Arabia relinquished its role of swing producer and oil prices dropped by more than 50 percent. It now appears that the shale oil producers are emerging as the new legitimate replacement of Saudi Arabia as …

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Price of investment buildings in Kuwait drops, experts say

Investors pessimistic KUWAIT CITY, Oct 3, (KUNA): A number of real estate experts said here Saturday that there was a visible drop in the price of investment buildings in Kuwait due to a number of geopolitical factors and a pessimistic outlook in general regarding future forecast for real estate in …

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KFH participates as primary dealer for sukuk issued by IILM

Volume traded affirms bank as global market maker, says Al-Roshoud KUWAIT CITY, Oct 3: Kuwait Finance House (KFH) participated as a primary dealer for short-term sukuk issued by the International Islamic Liquidity Management IILM worth $1.850 bln. KFH is considered as the most active dealer in the market in terms …

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Charting a new path forward to defeat malaria

Experts to meet in Kuwait to discuss crucial health issues facing the region By Hervé Verhoosel Representative in New York and Head of External Relations Roll Back Malaria (RBM) Partnership This week marks the 62nd session of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Regional Committee for the Eastern Mediterranean, where Ministers …

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‘Flag’ a tribute to Kurdish resilience

Scorsese’s ‘Audition’ premieres at Busan LOS ANGELES, Oct 3, (Agencies): The plight of children in wartime, often a central concern in the work of Bahman Ghobadi, comes once more to the fore in “A Flag Without a Country,” a moving if scattershot documentary portrait of two individuals — a singer …

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Jackson returns to channel late brother

Tamar Braxton brings more than good vocals to album NEW YORK, Oct 3, (AFP): It can’t be easy to be the kid sister of the King of Pop, but Janet Jackson pulled it off in the 1980s as she became a music legend in her own right. On her first …

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‘Martian’, ‘Walk’ give Oscar voters feel-good options

Travolta, Dern honored by Napa Valley Film Fest Both Robert Zemeckis’ “The Walk” and Ridley Scott’s “The Martian” made their way to theaters this week, and both have something unique to offer in the Oscar race. No, not spectacle, though they have that in spades as well. Rather, in a …

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Smith’s 007 theme tops British charts

LONDON, Oct 3, (AP): Sam Smith’s 007 theme has gone straight to No. 1  –  the first James Bond song to top the UK singles chart. “Writing’s On the Wall” features in spy thriller “Spectre,” released later this month. The Official Charts Company, which compiles the best-seller list, said Friday …

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