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Kingdom inflows top $35B on MSCI: Deutsche

Saudi Arabia could attract tens of billions of dollars in foreign investments in the Arab world’s biggest stock market if it’s added to MSCI Inc.’s emerging-markets index, according to Deutsche Bank AG’s chief executive officer for the Middle East and Africa.

Valverde faces huge job to revive Barca

Ernesto Valverde’s appointment as Barcelona coach has been a long time coming and he has been chosen as Luis Enrique’s successor due to his wealth of experience, but he faces a huge task to rejuvenate a side showing signs of decline.

Valverde faces huge job to revive Barca

Ernesto Valverde’s appointment as Barcelona coach has been a long time coming and he has been chosen as Luis Enrique’s successor due to his wealth of experience, but he faces a huge task to rejuvenate a side showing signs of decline.

Nadal, Djokovic cruise in French Open

Rafael Nadal launched his pursuit of a record 10th French Open title in convincing fashion, while defending champion Novak Djokovic eased to victory under the gaze of new coach Andre Agassi.

LeBron says has beaten teams like Warriors before

LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers may need a Herculean effort to upset the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals but the game’s most prolific playoff scorer said he has beaten similar teams before.

Concerns at Mercedes after Monaco GP slump

It used to be a case of guessing the winning margin for Mercedes in the constructors’ championship, and a toss-up between which of its two drivers would win the Formula One title.

Ramsay, so near yet far from historic Cannes win

Lynne Ramsay was the “nearly” woman of this year’s Cannes Film Festival. In a year when actresses were never more vocal about the need for more female directors in male-dominated Hollywood, and many critics predicted she would be the first woman to win its top Palme d’Or prize outright, she went home with only a joint best screenplay prize.

Ramsay, so near yet far from historic Cannes win

Lynne Ramsay was the “nearly” woman of this year’s Cannes Film Festival. In a year when actresses were never more vocal about the need for more female directors in male-dominated Hollywood, and many critics predicted she would be the first woman to win its top Palme d’Or prize outright, she went home with only a joint best screenplay prize.

Britain’s real-life ‘Iron Man’ has high hopes

The British inventor of an Iron Man-style jet suit has lofty hopes that his project, which started out as a fun experiment, could become a practical tool for industries ranging from entertainment to the military.

Alfa Romeo recovers legendary traits 

In an exclusive interview with the The Daily Star, Negib Debs, general manager of Gargour Automotive Co., sheds light on the strategies and initiatives that led to the resurgence of Alfa Romeo and the cars’ singular traits.

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