Home
Search results “Stock amman exchange”
Dr. Jawad Al-Anani - AL-MO'ASHER (المؤشر) - The Amman Stock Exchange
 
10:25
"Firstly, the stock market declined significantly since the global crisis in 2008 and it affected Jordan in 2009. Since then, it has continued declining, while in certain cases it increased. Starting last March until now, it was declining but in the last couple of weeks we started observing a slow improvement in the stock market" said Dr. Jawad Al-Anani. https://youtu.be/qu5ZlrUUkSk http://www.venturemagazine.me/
US Television - Jordan 2 (Amman Stock Exchange)
 
00:21
Visit us: http://www.us-television.tv US-Television: - is an independent television production company - has selected the most competent and trustworthy professionals - is specialised in the production of country business features These features: - are broadcast on FOX5 New York - give a full overview of the economic situation in a country - promote trade & investment opportunities - US Television is a tradename of United International Press
Views: 209 ustelevisionnetwork
Animation for The Global Stock Exchange Project. Designed by Arch. Ahmad Salameh
 
04:24
Designed by Architect Ahmad Salameh, WHAT IS STOCK EXCHANGE? A stock exchange is a form of exchange which provides services for stock brokers and traders to trade stocks, bonds, and other securities. Stock exchanges also provide facilities for issue and redemption of securities and other financial instruments, and capital events including the payment of income and dividends. Securities traded on a stock exchange include shares issued by companies, unit trusts, derivatives, pooled investment products and bonds. WHY STOCK EXCHANGE? 1. Middle East is in need for such a project for the advancement of the region at the international level of the economic and political aspects. 2. Bringing the international attention to Jordan in particular and the surrounding area in general and solve the problems and the political conflicts in the region. 3. Contributes to solve the financial and the economical problems of the region. 4. Financial benefits for both the country and the citizens. 5. Creating new jobs and contributes to solve the problem of unemployment. WHY IN JORDAN? 1. Giving a clear picture of the strength of Jordan economically and politically in the Middle East. 2. The establishment of a global stock exchange makes the city of Amman the destination of financial sector, investment and projects. 3. Amman will become a great landmark in the world of finance and business, and will offer a Group of excellent quality services in the field of financial services and commercial expertise. 4. The development of the region in general and Amman in particular in terms of service-infrastructure. SITE SELECTION The selection of the AIRPORT ST. was by government policies and its desire to develop it and revive it effectively targeted different (residential and public buildings,... etc.) WHY AIRPORT STREET? 1. The Airport ST. works to meet the urgent need to increase the density built on the main roads to enhance the vision of the city. 2. The revival of public places in the city. 3. Allows for residents in Amman safe and easy access to all parts of the city. 4. Works on linking various development contracts that will be distributed along this road. 5. All developments worldwide are dominated by an increasing urbanization process. As a result, cities have become much more dense and at the same time more powerful. Both governmental bodies and private developers feel a need for city branding. ABOUT THE PROJECT With the intention of expressing the meaning of the Stock Exchange for the city of Amman, The Architect aims to combine contemporary with traditional culture to generate a place where all the necessary activities are facilitated, but next to this physical presence there is also a symbolic representation of a distinction from its surroundings. The project brings balance between the private and public functions and symbolizes the stable future position of the Amman Stock Exchange. There is a need for distinctive buildings. Important functions will always have to be expressed in their urban context. The Amman Stock Exchange is one of these symbolic functions that contribute to the attraction of living in the city. Because of its trading function it can be seen as the contemporary version of the traditional souks. Trading in shares, the core business of the Stock Exchange is an almost invisible activity but doesn't work without talking, gathering, meeting, discussing and telephoning. Having studied the development of stock exchanges all around the world, one can see a clear tendency towards more iconic buildings. To stand out, new stock exchanges have become more hybrid. Their traditional trading functions are inadequate and various programs have had to be added. Ironically these buildings are not outstanding for a long time: the city will grow around them with even more remarkable landmarks. The well-known stock exchanges in London and New York are not so outspoken. They can be considered small, solid jewelry boxes and don't compete at all with the buildings around them. Even more introvert is the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, which is known as the world's origin of these trading places. This building is positioned in the old city and has a very strong architectonical image. It represents the public function of the stock exchange, allowing the public to enter and provides space for public events. Also, its forecourt with the traditional gathering area, contributes to the city life around it.
Views: 683 Ahmad Salameh
[Wikipedia] Amman Stock Exchange
 
23:50
Amman Stock Exchange (ASE) is a stock exchange private institution in Jordan. It is named "Amman" after the country's capital city, Amman. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amman_Stock_Exchange Please support this channel and help me upload more videos. Become one of my Patreons at https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3823907
Views: 36 WikiTubia
Stock market chaos | The end of easy money? | Counting the Cost
 
25:26
This week saw a brutal selloff in global stocks which accelerated as the week got under way. On Monday and Tuesday, stocks fell dramatically, erasing all of the gains of 2018 in a matter of hours. And then, stocks recovered and have been pretty volatile since. So what is behind the wild swings in stocks and bonds from New York to London to Tokyo? The prospect of higher interest rates across the globe was the main reason given by analysts for the market rout. The world economy is just emerging from a period of record low-lending rates, and in some cases negative interest rates, all designed to revivify the global economy. Nearly a decade of ultra-easy monetary policy by central banks has sent asset prices sky-high, but now that's likely to end. Things like stocks, bonds, commodities and currencies are going to have to adjust. "For too long, investors were sleepwalking into the raging bull market that was going on underneath them. And investors and traders forgot the financial markets can fall as well as rise," says market analyst David Madden at CMS Markets. "There was so much positive momentum, there were so many positive indicators and so much enthusiasm surrounding global stock markets ... that investors, quite frankly, got complacent. They ignored the fact that volatility was at multiyear lows and they assumed that stock markets would keep reaching fresh record heights here in Europe or in Asia. We did hit a speed bump when we saw average earnings in the US spike last week, sending fears we could have four rate rises from the Federal Reserve this year. That's what prompted this exodus out of equities," he explains. "This is a classic example of the market being overbought, overstretched, and the selloff you've seen recently is all the froth being taken off the top of the market." The era of easy money is perhaps over, according to Madden. "I think we're entering the transition period whereby central bankers in the last number of years had very aggressive loose-margin policies to kick-start the economies around the world. And we're now probably in the phase where the central banks are looking to step back and in many cases actually tighten the margin policy - be it in the form of higher interest rates or a reduction in the stimulus package," he says. "So, it's almost like the economy has gotten off the ground and now the economy is going to have to survive more on its own momentum rather than the guiding hand of central banks." Also on this episode of Counting the Cost: Suffragettes: This week marks 100 years since women were given the right to vote in the UK. Activists at the forefront of that campaign were known as Suffragettes. The Museum of London threw an epic victory celebration to remember and teach about the suffragettes who took on the government and won, as Barnaby Phillips reports. Laos debt: Concerns are growing about how much money the government in Laos is borrowing from China putting the country into deeper debt. Wayne Hay reports from the Laotian capital, Vientiane. Ryanair Jordan: Ryanair said it's launching flights to Jordan for the first time. The low-cost Irish airline already flies to Israel and Morocco. Its first route from Amman in Jordan to Paphos in Cyprus will begin in March. SpaceX launch: Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk's company SpaceX sent one of his Tesla electric cars into space, as Rob Reynolds reports. The successful launch gave Musk's company a boost, which wants lucrative contracts with NASA, the US military, and satellite companies. US oil production: Oil production from US oil wells is at all-time heights. US figures show that weekly production is already above 10 million barrels a day. The US Energy officials predict output will top 11 million barrels a day by the end of the year. This couldn't come at a worse time for OPEC, which is trying to cut production in order to wipe out oversupply concerns and support prices. Antoine Halff, senior research scholar at the Columbia University Center on Global Energy Policy, gives his take. More from Counting the Cost on: YouTube - http://aje.io/countingthecostYT Website - http://aljazeera.com/countingthecost/ - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
Views: 20263 Al Jazeera English
What Is Stock Exchange Wikipedia?
 
00:47
Wikipedia wiki stock_exchange url? Q webcache. In 1977, its name was changed from the lagos stock exchange to tokyo which is called t sh ( ) or tse tyo for short, a located in tokyo, japan. The exchange is a national securities and self regulatory organization, the nairobi (nse) was established in 1954 as stock exchange, based capital of kenya. Some buyers trade shares in stocks through a stockbroker the shanghai stock exchange is that based city of shanghai, china. New york stock exchange wikipedia. It is situated at the corner of maude street and gwen lane in sandton, johannesburg, a stock market an institution where humans computers buy sell shares companies. It is one of the two stock exchanges operating independently in nigerian exchange (nse) was established 1960 as lagos. Casablanca stock exchange wikipedia. Legally, the exchange is regulated by securities law (1968), and under a stock an institution, organization or association that serves as market for trading financial instruments related wiki articles oct 12, 2017 new york (abbreviated nyse nicknamed 'the big board'), american located at 11 wall hours manifesto changeorg get career bourse de casablanca quotes indiceslargely. The nse was established in 1992 as the first jse limited is oldest existing and largest stock exchange africa. It was a voluntary the irish stock exchange is ireland's main exchange, and has been in existence since 1793. A stock exchange is an (or bourse) where brokers and traders can buy sell shares of stock, bonds, other securities a market, equity market or share the aggregation buyers sellers (a loose network economic transactions, not physical facility discrete entity) stocks (also called shares), which represent ownership claims on businesses; These may include listed public as national india limited (nse) leading india, located in mumbai. Stock exchange wikipedia en. Googleusercontent search. Stock exchange wikipedia. It is named 'amman' after the country's capital city, amman tel aviv stock exchange in israel's only public. National stock exchange of india wikipediastock wikipediachicago wikipediairish wikipediatel aviv wikipedia. It is the fourth largest stock exchange karachi limited (kse), was a located at building (seb) on road, in heart of this institution as an open air market warmoestreet, later moved thus, led to vast chicago (chx) chicago, illinois. Stock exchange wikipedianew york stock exchangelist of exchangesstock market wikipedia. List of stock exchanges wikinvest. The irish stock exchange lists debt and fund securities is amman (ase) a private institution in jordan.
Views: 68 Sityui Spun
(V)JORDAN: INVESTORS SELL AS KING DETERIORATES
 
01:37
English/Nat VOICED BY: JONAH HULL The Jordanian economy is being rocked by the deterioration in King Hussein's condition and uncertainty over the country's future. The Dinar, the Jordanian currency, remains stable against the U-S dollar due to a three year deal to fix the exchange rate. But the Amman stock exchange has suffered a major sell-off as investors panicked and dumped shares. Officials are now struggling to reassure investors that Jordan is a country of strong institutions and receives solid financial support from the U-S, Europe and the Gulf States. VOICE-OVER: 0.00 Jordan's government on Saturday declared gravely ill King Hussein unable to govern and transferred full political authority to the monarch's eldest son. 0.07 Granting the administrative powers to Crown Prince Abdullah effectively marked a transfer of the throne to the British-educated successor, who has a distinguished military record but is untested as a political leader. 0.17 The demise of King Hussein combined with his replacement by the largely unproven Crown Prince has sent panic through Jordan's financial markets. 0.28 UPSOUND - Money being counted 0.31 Across the country, Jordanians were uneasy at the prospect of Hussein's death and many rushed to change dinars for U-S dollars. 0.37 A similar run on money changing stalls and banks occurred when King Hussein returned to the United States on the 26th of January. 0.43 But some economic analysts claim the rush is only temporary and that the economy will settle in a matter of days. 0.48 SOUNDBITE: (English) "The King's bad health reflected on the economy of course. Some signs that some people panicked and some people behaved and acted irrationally, they rushed to the dollar for instance, they sold some shares at lower prices, but I think this is temporary." SUPERCAPTION: Fahed Fanek, Economic Analyst 1.07 Top officials have also sought to reassure Jordanians about the future of their country. 1.13 SOUNDBITE: (English) "I think the track record of Jordan is more than enough to prove to people that this country is not only viable but a country that works, a country that abides by its constitution, its laws and its institutions." SUPERCAPTION: Nasser Judeh, Minister of Information 1.24 Financial markets, along with the Jordanians are now preparing to face the future without the monarch who has ruled them for the last 45 years. ENDS - 1.37 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/58aff95cd4049c015fce6a3f8aab605b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 60 AP Archive
Jordan Phosphate Mines Co
 
07:17
A leading player in the global mining sector, Jordan Phosphate Mines is a mining company based in Jordan. It was founded in 1949 and its main offices are located in Amman. The company operates 3 mining facilities in Jordan and a chemical manufacturing complex in Aqaba. The company's name is abbreviated to JPMC and its stock is listed on the Amman Stock Exchange's ASE Weighted Index as "JOPH".
Views: 14341 The Worldfolio
🇯🇴 Is the Gulf bailout enough for crisis-hit Jordan? | Inside Story
 
25:16
Jordan has always been seen as an oasis of peace and stability in a volatile region. But it is a country of limited resources and increasingly in debt. Conflicts in neighbouring Iraq and Syria have dampened trade and it is had to absorb hundreds of thousands of refugees. Budget cuts and tax hike plans have led to mass protests, toppling the prime minister. Gulf countries worried about another Arab Spring uprising have stepped in with $2.5bn in aid. And the European Union, whose foreign policy chief was in Amman on Sunday, has thrown in 23mn dollars. What is at stake in a country of huge geopolitical significance? Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra Guests: Jawad Al-Anani - Chairman of the Amman Stock Exchange and a former Jordanian Minister of Foreign Affairs Ibrahim Fraihat - Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution & Humanitarian Studies at the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies James Moran - Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for European Policy Studies who served as the EU Ambassador to Jordan and Yemen Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
Views: 23574 Al Jazeera English
ШВЕЙЦАРСКАЯ ФОНДОВАЯ БИРЖА «ЗА E-FRANC»
 
01:11
🔴Читать статью ⤵ https://altstake.io/news/shveycarskaya-fondovaya-birgha-za-e-franc?utm_source=youtube_channel Роберт Лачер, глава швейцарской фондовой биржи, высказался «за» развитие швейцарской национальной криптовалюты, поддерживаемой центральным банком страны. Г-н Лачер заявил, что «будет много проблем» с разработкой криптовалюты, управляемой государством, добавив, что биржа «будет решительно поддерживать» любые инициативы. Лачер рассказал о гипотетическом развитии национальной криптовалюты как прекрасной возможности для Швейцарии расширить свою позицию лидера в области инноваций. В ответ на замечания г-на Лачера Швейцарский национальный банк опубликовал заявление, в котором утверждается, что банк «не видит необходимости» в разработке национальной криптовалюты, добавляя, что «существующие системы безналичных и наличных платежей работают гладко». Несмотря на энтузиазм Лачера в отношении национальной криптовалюты, председатель подтвердил, что биржа и ее владельцы, SIX Group, не разрешат торговать токенами. Лачер также высказался в пользу политики швейцарского правительства, направленной на то, чтобы позиционировать страну как глобального лидера в области DLT. В прошлом месяце министр экономики Швейцарии Йоханн Шнайдер-Амманн заявил, что Швейцария должна стремиться «стать лидером в отрасли крипто». В ходе конференции Шнайдер-Амманн также описал криптовалюты как «часть четвертой промышленной революции», добавив, что еще не пришло время регулирования. Новости Майнинг, Блокчейн, Биткоин, Криптовалюта, ICO Наш сайт: https://altstake.io/ Vk: https://vk.com/altstake Fb: https://www.facebook.com/AltStake/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/altstake_io Telegram: https://t.me/joinchat/AAAAAEMC5ZaW03LnzXsL0Q
🇯🇴 How can Jordan solve its economic crisis? | Counting the Cost
 
25:01
The government of Jordan announced on Thursday that it would withdraw a divisive tax bill after nationwide protests over the rising cost of living rocked the country, leading to the resignation of the prime minister and his cabinet. An IMF-backed plan to raise both income and business taxes is what triggered the protests. And although that's now been scrapped, those measures are just the latest in a string of reforms. Earlier this year, bread subsidies were cut and costs have escalated for small businesses. Jordan received a $723m loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in 2016 and has put in place a three-year plan to bring down debt levels. But protesters say more austerity measures will hurt the poor and middle class. And then there's the economic impact of hosting hundreds of thousands of refugees from neighbouring Syria and Iraq. So how can Jordan solve its economic crisis? After six years of austerity measures, Jordan needs to "change the paradigm which we've been following so far," Dr Jawad Anani, a former deputy prime minister and current chairman of the Amman Stock Exchange, tells Counting the Cost. "To concentrate on fiscal policy and fiscal reform without affecting any development has actually proved that we've got neither one - neither we succeeded in fiscal reform nor have we caused any tangible growth that would enable us to face the twin problem of unemployment and poverty," Anani explains. "Therefore, the best way is to focus on pro-people policies that would aim and focus on creating economic growth, creating projects, tangibles, deliverables that people can identify with and feel that the government is working for them, it is a people-oriented approach." He says that a people-oriented approach is possible if the IMF gives Jordan some breathing space. "We need to ask the IMF for a two-year holiday that we should not increase taxes. We need to borrow to invest, not borrow to cover current expenditures," says Anani. "The IMF, just like any other international organisation is looking for success stories to tell the rest of the world. We're not asking the IMF to change its own model, but we're asking them instead of decreasing the debt GDP ratio from 96 percent to 77 percent by the end of 2021, to make that in 2023. That would be tenable if we really begin to create growth. If we grow, the denominator, which is the GDP, is going to grow and therefore the percentage of - if we manage to maintain deficit as is - then we can cause a percentage decrease in this ratio. "This is the only approach we can take, and it requires a very strong effort on the part of the Jordanian government, part of the Jordanian people and the private sector. You have to engage the whole population because this is how you create synergy in the society, you restore the spirit." According to Anani, "people are over exhausted from taxes and they cannot take it anymore. But if you really address them, feel that you're empathetic with them, they will begin to respond to your policies. Otherwise, we would continue to do the same using the same ingredients, using the same process and hoping to end up with a different dish. That is not going to happen. "We need to enhance people's budgets so that they can spend more. They can feel more relaxed and that will automatically lead to the increase in government revenues." Also on this episode of Counting the Cost: Global aviation: Consumers could be seeing higher air fares soon, due to rising fuel prices hitting profits. This week, aviation trade body IATA cut its profit outlook for 2018. It said trade tensions also pose an operating risk for global carriers. A year ago, four Arab countries impoased a blockade on Qatar and banned its national carrier's jets from their skies. And it's meant heavy losses for the airline. Andrew Thomas met with Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker in Sydney. Cocoa growers and the cost of chocolate: The Ivory Coast and Ghana are the world's first and second biggest cocoa producers. Yet, many people there are so poor that they can never afford the final product. The two governments have decided to team up to get a bigger share of the global chocolate profits. They say they'll coordinate production levels and sales policies. Antoine Fountain, managing director of the Voice Network, looks at the cost of a bar of chocolate. The Singapore summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean Kim Jong-un is set for next week and if successful, what might the meeting or string of meetings mean for the economic future of North Korea? More from Counting the Cost on: YouTube - http://aje.io/countingthecostYT Website - http://aljazeera.com/countingthecost/ - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: https://www.aljazeera.com/
Views: 4134 Al Jazeera English
Update on Taiwanese president's visit
 
02:51
1. Exterior of Waldorf Astoria Hotel 2. Wide shot of New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani exits Waldorf Astoria Hotel 3. Wide shot of Chen's wife motorcade leaves Waldorf Hotel 4. Wide shot Chen waves to journalists 5. Chen's motorcade leaves Waldorf 6. Exterior of New York Stock Exchange 7. Chen's motorcade arrives at Stock Exchange 8. Cutaway media 9. Zoom out of New York Stock Exchange 10. Wide shot of security guards in front of Stock Exchange 11. Cutaway media 12. Mid shot of Taiwanese minder 13. Wide shot of Chen's limousine 14. Chen with Richard Grasso, President of New York Stock Exchange 15. Chen exits Stock Exchange 16. Chen holds up NYSE VIP card 17. Chen's limousine departs 18. Exterior of Waldorf entrance 19. Mrs. Chen returns to Waldorf Hotel 20. Chen holds up NYSE VIP card inside of Waldorf Hotel 21. People arrive for meeting STORYLINE: Taiwanese President Chen Shui-bian met with Mayor Rudolph Giuliani on Tuesday during a stopover in New York City. During his three-day visit to the United States Chen will meet with various public officials, but he is not expected to participate in any news conferences or public events. Giuliani met privately with Chen on Tuesday morning at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, where Chen is staying and did did not speak to the journalists after leaving the meeting. Chen, who was accompanied by his wife waved to journalists, as they left the hotel and then continued on by motorcade to tour the New York Stock Exchange where he met with Stock Exchange President Richard Grasso. He was expected to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art in the afternoon. Before leaving New York on Wednesday morning he is scheduled to play host to a cocktail reception for about 200 community leaders and meet with China policy scholars. This visit, the first by a Taiwanese president to Manhattan, is the latest potential stumbling block in relations between the United States and China. The visa issue for Mr. Chen has been another obstacle in US-Sino relations, especially strained after the recent spy plane scandal. Chinese officials have called Washington's decision to let Chen make his stopover in New York a sign of a harder US line toward China. Beijing sees Taiwan as a province lost amid civil war in 1949. Chinese officials believe granting Taiwan's presidents visiting rights violates the US one-China policy, which recognizes only one Chinese government, the mainland. The US is expected to sell high tech weapons to Taiwan in spite of Beijing's protests. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/cff98a4cc9b990cc7ff73e7f613ad3d4 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 1359 AP Archive
Fog Day in Amman, Jordan
 
00:33
This is a simple day in amman jordan with fog extreme and I should go to work at 9 am walking through this foggy day .... looks like a silent hill Game on Playstation2
Views: 114 Altajers
167 M NEAR AMMAN MALL
 
02:47
Views: 688 hamdi khateeb
Four MENA Exchanges close Euronext Markets in Paris
 
00:30
Euronext hosted the CEOs of Amman, Beirut, Tunis and Muscat Exchanges. The CEOs closed Euronext European Markets in Paris. Mr. Marwan Bataineh - Chairman of Amman Stock Exchange, Mr. Chadi Salameh - Beirut Stock Exchange, Mr. Mohamed Bichiou - CEO of Tunis Stock Exchange, Mr. Ahmed Al-Marhoon - Director General of Muscat Securities Market, along with Mr. Nick Thornton - SVP Global Head of Euronext Market Solutions closed the European trading day in Paris. Euronext previously announced that it has successfully signed agreements with four exchanges in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region for the implementation of its new UTP solution, UTP-Hybrid.
Views: 188 Euronext TV
What is Forex? Learn to trade in Amman Jordan on 4X
 
02:34
FX Currency Converter in Amman, Jordan - 888-748-8720 Forex Trading System Software | 4X Exchange Rates http://forex-trading-system-software.com/fx-currency-converter-amman-jor.htm You test it for yourself and learn the basic simple skills without risking a dime by using Virtual money in our Custom built Trading Station, for as long as you need, until you feel completely confident of your abilities. Click to email us questions, special requests or comments! http://www.forex-trading-system-software.com 4X Software | Forex Trading System | Currencies Free Forex Demo Account Currency Connect to become your Portal to the worlds financial heartbeat. Amman, Jordan. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26nbKl_mAMo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQKIKQqncR CURRENCY FOREX LEARN ONLINE TRADING | Amman, Jordan: BEST FOREX TRADING PLATFORM | Amman, Jordan: BEST FOREX SOFTWARE TRADING | Amman, Jordan: BEST FOREX TRADING SOFTWARE | Amman, Jordan: FOREX LEARN TRADING | Amman, Jordan: FOREX TRAINING COURSES | Amman, Jordan: ONLINE FOREX TRADING COURSE |
WEST BANK: NABLUS: TRADING BEGINS ON PALESTINIAN STOCK EXCHANGE
 
02:05
Arabic/Eng/Nat Trading has begun on the Palestinian Stock Exchange in the West Bank city of Nablus. At 10:02 am local time (08:02 GMT) on Tuesday, 100 shares of the Arab Insurance Establishment were traded for four Jordanian dinars each. Organisers hope it will draw Palestinian investment from abroad, giving the Palestinian economy a much needed boost. The Palestinian stock exchange opened for the first time in the West Bank city of Nablus on Tuesday. The stock exchange will open every Tuesday for trading sessions lasting just three hours until the volume of trading goes up enough to justify opening throughout the week. The room, filled with officials and journalists, opened to a round of applause at 10:02 am local time (8:02 GMT) as a yellow band flashed across a screen. It indicated that the Arab Insurance Establishment had just sold 100 shares for four Jordanian dinars (U-S 5.70 dollars) each. A real estate company followed by selling ten shares for 11 Jordanian dinars (U-S 15.70 dollars) a piece. At the moment, only 23 companies have been approved for listing, but organisers hope to double that number within a month. Another 20 companies are expected to register within a month. For Palestinians the stock market is another trapping of statehood. Palestinian Finance Minister Mohammed Zuhdi Nashashibi says the opening of the exchange is a step in the right direction at the right time. The exchange opened with an overall market value of U-S 750 (m) million dollars. Nashashibi said he expected the market's value to rise to U-S two (b) billion dollars by the year 2000. SOUNDBITE: (English) "It's very important because first of all it is the first one, it is the right step and in the right time, and the right direction." SUPER CAPTION: Mohammed Nashashibi, Palestinian Minister of Finance He said Palestinians would demand from Israel free access to neighbouring countries and world markets. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) "Everyone who is aware of the value of the stock market understands how important today's event is." SUPER CAPTION: Mohammed Nashashibi, Palestinian Minister of Finance Samir Bataineh, the managing director of the exchange, is confident it will encourage Palestinian investors to put money into the West Bank and Gaza Strip. SOUNDBITE: (English) "You know that the very liberal policies of P-N-A, and I'm sure the minister of finance is more able to comment on that, allows for a very open economy which will encourage investment and economic activities." SUPER CAPTION: Safwan Bataineh, Managing Director of the Palestinian Stock Exchange Organisers hope it will draw Palestinian investment from abroad, giving the Palestinian economy a much-needed boost. A prolonged Israeli-imposed closure of the West Bank and Gaza Strip has stopped Palestinian workers from taking up jobs in the Jewish state. Restrictions on trade with the Arab world have also badly crippled the fledgling Palestinian economy. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/623d4ad94cffa0a3529160b50b1e57f6 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 74 AP Archive
ASELive
 
02:59
Views: 5533 Amman StockExchange
🇯🇴 'Pro-people policies' can salvage the Jordanian economy: Jawad Anani
 
00:57
The rising cost of living, economic policies and tax reforms have sparked the biggest protests in years in Jordan. Jawad Anani, the current chairman of the Amman Stock Exchange says that after six years of austerity measures, Jordan needs to "change the paradigm which we've been following so far." "The best way is to focus on pro-people policies that would aim and focus on creating economic growth, creating projects, tangibles, deliverables that people can identify with and feel that the government is working for them, it is a people-oriented approach." "This is the only approach we can take, and it requires a very strong effort on the part of the Jordanian government, part of the Jordanian people and the private sector. You have to engage the whole population because this is how you create synergy in the society, you restore the spirit." Watch the full episode here: https://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/countingthecost/2018/06/jordan-solve-economic-crisis-180609073420316.html More from Counting the Cost on: YouTube - http://aje.io/countingthecostYT Website - http://aljazeera.com/countingthecost/
Views: 604 Al Jazeera English
Farm for rent in amman - jordan
 
01:51
Farm for rent in amman - jordan
Views: 323 Rami Touqan
Mentorship; E-mini S&P 500 Analysis For March, 25, 2015
 
04:40
[Call it a lucky call or whatever but after recording this video half an hour BEFORE the open with SPX (ES_F) @ ~2093 the market could go on to open slightly higher only to fade all day and drop down to 2061 or -1.62 percent on the SPX. The NASDAQ was down -2.37% for the day. The Key on this day (March 25, 2015) was the SPX, DOW and NASDAQ ALL moved their daily RSI below 50. Bang!!! Real Time Comment Below; I would look for any excuse to short the SPX should it look like it is turning down due to potential for the daily charts moving their RSI below 50. I recorded this earlier BUT my internet is down since and I have the tech support guys coming this afternoon. Meanwhile I will go to a wifi spot and follow the market. india stock market ny stock market stock markets today what is a stock market stock trader nigerian stock exchange frankfurt stock exchange japan stock market stock market index new york stock market japanese stock market nigeria news paper world stock market stock companies first bank nigeria stock exchanges nairobi stock exchange national stock exchange singapore stock exchange stock market now wall street stock market stock market analysis the nation newspaper nigeria stock market trends stock market live share market financial market stock advice asia stock market stock list amman stock exchange nepal stock exchange irish stock exchange equity market share price stock market closing market index stockmarket today the stock exchange german stock exchange stock market tips stock market indices how stock market works stock market results today stock market app stock market software daily stock market stock market websites stockexchange nigerian navy stock market companies usa stock market stock market for today stock market quote the stock market today penny stock market stock market times stock reports stock shares kuwait stock exchange new stock exchange market stock stock market information stock market reports indian share market how does stock market work stock mar stock market numbers stock market yesterday stock market exchange what is stock exchange thai stock market johannesburg stock exchange stock market price stock market advice share market india nigeria today gold stock market live stock prices australian stock market stock market trend share prices silver stock market india stock exchange wall street stock exchange mumbai stock exchange nyse stock exchange ghana stock exchange french stock exchange amsterdam stock exchange online stock market stock market articles cscs nigeria stock prices list stock market prices today stock market research uk stock market stock share shares of stock australia stock exchange world stock exchanges stock market online stock market status stock marketing stock market india stock market training stock market list stock maket london stock market share market usa stock market value
Views: 477 Eric Muathe
JORDAN: FEAR OF KING'S DEATH THREATENS STABILITY OF THE ECONOMY
 
02:21
English/Nat The Jordanian economy is being rocked by the deterioration in King Hussein's condition and uncertainty over the country's future. The Dinar, the Jordanian currency, remains stable against the U-S dollar due to a three year deal to fix the exchange rate. But the Amman stock exchange has suffered a major sell-off as investors panicked and dumped shares. Officials are struggling to reassure investors that Jordan is a country of strong institutions and receives solid financial support from the U-S, Europe and the Gulf States. Jordan's government on Saturday declared gravely ill King Hussein unable to govern and transferred full political authority to the monarch's eldest son. Granting the administrative powers to Crown Prince Abdullah effectively marked a transfer of the throne to the British-educated successor, who has a distinguished military record but is untested as a political leader. The demise of King Hussein combined with the replacement of the largely unproven Crown Prince has sent panic through Jordan's financial markets. Across the country, Jordanians were uneasy at the prospect of Hussein's death and many rushed to change dinars for U-S dollars. A similar run on money changing stalls and banks occurred when King Hussein returned to the United States on January 26th. But economic analyst Fahed Fanek said he believed the rush would only be temporary and that the economy will settle in a matter of days. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The King's bad health reflected on the economy of course. Some signs that some people panicked and some people behaved and acted irrationally, they rushed to the dollar for instance, they sold some shares at lower prices, but I think this is temporary, it will be reversed in two to three days." SUPERCAPTION: Fahed Fanek, Economic Analyst Top officials have also sought to reassure Jordanians about the future of their country. SOUNDBITE: (English) "His Majesty the King has built a solid country of institutions, parliamentary democracy, and therefore all these speculations about the future of Jordan and its ability to survive are speculations and rumours. I think the track record of Jordan is more than enough to prove to people that this country is not only viable but a country that works, a country that abides by its constitution, its laws and its institutions." SUPERCAPTION: Nasser Judeh, Minister of Information According to palace sources, Hussein, who is suffering from cancer, is on a respirator, his brain has stopped functioning and his liver and kidneys have failed. Abdullah will remain as the de facto leader until he is elevated to the throne following the death of Hussein, who has ruled Jordan since 1952. APTN You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/475017ec1ac407a950307c5ab85698a2 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 338 AP Archive
Israel and Jordan exchange prisoners via the Allenby Bridge at Jordan-Israel bord...HD Stock Footage
 
00:53
Link to order this clip: http://www.criticalpast.com/video/65675035694_prisoner-exchange_Allenby-bridge_take-injured-prisoner_prisoners-cross-bridge Historic Stock Footage Archival and Vintage Video Clips in HD. Israel and Jordan exchange prisoners via the Allenby Bridge at Jordan-Israel border. Officers walk with prisoners during the exchange of prisoners at Jordan-Israel border. Two soldiers take an injured prisoner. Prisoners cross Allenby Bridge during the exchange program. Two israeli pilots and 424 Jordanian troops go to their respective homelands in a swap supervised by the Red Cross. Location: Jordan. Date: July 1967. Visit us at www.CriticalPast.com: 57,000+ broadcast-quality historic clips for immediate download. Fully digitized and searchable, the CriticalPast collection is one of the largest archival footage collections in the world. All clips are licensed royalty-free, worldwide, in perpetuity. CriticalPast offers immediate downloads of full-resolution HD and SD masters and full-resolution time-coded screeners, 24 hours a day, to serve the needs of broadcast news, TV, film, and publishing professionals worldwide. Still photo images extracted from the vintage footage are also available for immediate download. CriticalPast is your source for imagery of worldwide events, people, and B-roll spanning the 20th century.
Views: 222 CriticalPast
عامر المعشر : ما يزيد عن 30  شركة متعثرة مالياً برأسمال يصل الى 700 مليون دينار أردني
 
11:34
Amer Mouasher reflects on the troubled companies listed on amman stock exchange Visit us on : www.jordandaily.net
Views: 702 Jordan Daily
JORDAN: NEW AMMAN TO DAMASCUS EXPRESS TRAIN
 
02:23
Arabic/Nat A new express rail service between Amman and Damascus was inaugurated on Thursday. The rail link signifies an improvement in relations between Jordan and Syria following the death of Jordan's King Hussein last February. Syrian President Hafez Assad was highly critical of the late King Hussein following Jordan's peace deal with Israel, but tensions have eased in the wake of his death. A yellow and red diesel train adorned with posters of Jordan's King Abdullah and Syria's President Hafez Assad pulled out of Amman station on the inaugural run of express passenger service between the two countries. The Hejaz Railway was initially launched by the Ottoman Empire at the beginning of the century. Nearly a century later, the line from Amman to Damascus has finally been changed into an express route. It will take the passengers six hours instead of twelve hours to cross the 228 kilometres (143 miles) between the two Arab capitals. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) "For the timing we hear that the (new) trip would take four hours (to the border), others say it would take eight hours, I want to try myself to find out. I expect that the trip will be interesting." SUPER CAPTION: Sidiq Al-Yamani At the same time as around 120 passengers were boarding at Amman station on the Jordanian side,some 32 passengers were leaving Damascus for the Syrian leg of the service. For this inaugural service, the two trains were to exchange passengers at a border station. Six trains - three diesel and three steam - have been renovated at an estimated cost of 100 thousand U-S dollars for the service. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) "I expect that this train will be better than the old one and the relations between us and Syria would be also better." SUPER CAPTION: Mohamed Hani, a restaurant owner Before the upgrade, the Amman-Damascus line ran only once a week. The old steam trains would carry freight and a maximum of 10 passengers. Some one-thousand passengers are expected to take the express service every week. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e3f577deaca3c63e54939edfdf230c28 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 5263 AP Archive
DRIVING AROUND AMMAN - " THE JORDAN EXPERIENCE", 2000
 
07:14
FOR LICENSING INQUIRIES PLEASE CONTACT HISTORIC FILMS ARCHIVE ([email protected] / http://www.historicfilms.com / 800-249-1940) 00:00 (TC: 01.00.00): AMMAN JORDAN, STREETS OF JORDAN. CARS MOVING WITH CAMERA. CAMERA IN CAR. BUILDINGS LINE SIDEWALK TO FRAME RIGHT. CARS PASS IN OPPOSITE DIRECTION, PEOPLE WALKING ON SIDEWALK. CITY STREET. CLIPS OF DIFFERENT CARS, WHITE, GREEN. STREETS ARE NARROW. FLAGS AND SIGNS HANGING ABOVE SIDEWALK. LOTS OF PEOPLE ON THE STREET. PASSING THROUGH INTERSECTION. PASSES EXCHANGE. 00:49 (TC: 01.00.49): AMMAN, JORDAN. SIMILAR SHOT AS PREVIOUSLY SEEN. CARS, TRAFFIC, BEHIND CAMERA IN CAR. MOVING ALONG BUSY CITY STREET. PEOPLE WALKING ALONG SIDEWALK. MERCEDES BENZ APPROACHING CAMERA. HIGHLIGHTER GREEN VOLKSWAGEN BUS. TRAFFIC NOT SEEMINGLY MOVING FAST. 02:21 (TC: 01.02.21): SIMILAR SHOT AS PREVIOUSLY SEEN, TRAFFIC MOVING BEHIND CAMERA, APPROACHING CAMERA. YELLOW TAXI CABS. PEOPLE WALKING ACROSS STREET THROUGH TRAFFIC. BUSY STREET. LOTS OF PEDESTRIANS. TRUCKS, ALL IN STREET. SIDEWALK FULL OF PEOPLE AND SIGNS ABOVE STOREFRONTS. 03:26 (TC: 01.03.26): CLAPBOARD READS, "JORDAN EXPERIENCE | AM TAKE 2| SHORTESS YEAWORTH | BRIAN SULLIVAN | 3-28-00" 03:29 (TC: 01.03.29): SIMILAR SHOT AS PREVIOUSLY SEEN, FROM THE BACK OF A VEHICLE. CARS APPROACHING VEHICLE, IN STREET. CITY STREET. AMMAN JORDAN. CARS PARKED ALONG SIDE OF STREET. BUILDINGS TOWARDS BACK, ALL BLENDING IN. TREES. PEOPLE WALKING IN STREET WITH OR THROUGH TRAFFIC. A LOT OF CARS. PARKING LOTS. 03:52 (TC: 01.03.52): SIMILAR SHOT AS PREVIOUSLY SEEN, DRIVING THROUGH CITY OF AMMAN. TAXIS, CARS PASS BY. CAMERA IS IN BACK OF CAR. "SHARP" SIGN. BUSES. PASSING MEDIAN, PEOPLE ARE STANDING NEXT TO RAIL IN MEDIAN. CARS AND BUSES PASS ON THE OTHER SIDE. PALM TREES IN THE MIDDLE OF THE MEDIAN. 04:49 (TC: 01.04.49): SIMILAR SHOT AS PREVIOUSLY SEEN. DRIVING THROUGH THE CITY OF AMMAN JORDAN. CARS PASS, CAEMRA IN BACK OF VEHICLE. TAXIS PASS. MOUNTAINS IN BACKGROUND. PALM TREES PASS THROUGH THE MEDIAN. STORE FRONTS AND SIGNS IN FRONT OF THEM PEOPLE WALKING ON SIDEWALK. 05:23 (TC: 01.05.23): CAMERA STILL, LONG SHOT, PEOPLE WALKING ON SIDEWALK. IN AMMAN, JORDAN PRESUMABLY. PASSING VERY COLORFUL STOREFRONTS WITH DECORATIONS, HATS, AND OTHER THINGS HANGING FROM AWNINGS. CAMERA PANS TO FOLLOW SOME PEDESTRIANS AS THEY WALK DOWN THE SIDEWALK UNDER THE DECORATIONS. 05:36 (TC: 01.05.36): SHOT OF TRAFFIC. CAMERA IS IN BACK OF CAR AS CAR DRIVES AWAY. CARS ON STREET, PEOPLE WALKING ON SIDEWALKS, AWNINGS OF STOREFRONTS SEEN. BUILDINGS IN BACKGROUND. AMMAN, JORDAN. TAXI CAB DRIVES, TRUCK WITH COVER. ARABIC SIGNS ON STOREFRONTS PASSED. 06:00 (TC: 01.06.00): STILL LONG SHOT OF CITY STREET IN AMMAN, JORDAN. PALM TREES IN MEDIAN OF STREET, CARS PASSING ON BOTH SIDES OF STREET. PEOPLE ON SIDEWALK. TENTS SENT UP TO FRAME RIGHT. MOUNTAIN OF BUILDINGS IN THE FAR BACKGROUND. McDONALDS SEEN IN DISTANCE. CLOSER SHOT OF McDONALDS SIGN. PALM TREES. BLUE TENTS. PEOPLE WALKING THROUGH SIDEWALK. AWNING READS, "PEPSI" AND SOME ARABIC ON THE SIDE. CAMERA PANS FROM PEPSI AWNING TO McDONALDS SIGN. BUS PASSES THROUGH FRAME. PEOPLE WALKING ACROSS STREET. 07:01 (TC: 01.07.01): CAMERA FOLLOWS WHITE MALE PEDESTRIAN ON SIDEWALK. DRESSED IN A SUIT. SEEMINGLY STANDING OUT FROM ALL OF THE SURROUNDING WOMEN IN HIJABS. ARABIC DRESS. PEOPLE WALKING WITH HIJABS AND OTHER FORMS OF HEADDRESS. END OF CLIP.
Muhammad Malallah
 
03:55
Born and raised in Amman, Muhammad Malallah studied at the American University in Beirut (AUB), the University of Jordan and the Wharton School of Commerce. He received his PhD from the University of Pennsylvania. With his interest in finances and management he was given the responsibility to establish and run the Jordan Institute of Management (JIM) where he worked for ten years. During this time he was chosen by the United Nations (UN) as an expert on institution building and did capacity assessment analysis for 32 companies in the Arab gulf for the UN. Dr. Malallah established the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and the Professional Institute in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Upon returning to Jordan he was appointed chairman of the Amman Stock Exchange and began teaching at the World Islamic Science and Education University (WISE-U) where he still teaches toda.
Views: 130 EF Jordan
Capital's residents hope economic reforms will follow upcoming elections
 
03:03
22 January 2013 1. Wide of Al-Husseini mosque minaret in central Amman 2. Various of people in old market 3. Mid of posters with pictures of parliamentary election candidates 4. Mid of people walking past election posters 5. Various of vegetable market 6. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Mahmoud Al-Sayyed Ahmed, Amman resident: "We hope that the upcoming parliament will decrease the economic burden on the shoulders and on the pockets of the poor people." 7. Close-up of Amman Stock Exchange sign 8. Wide of brokers looking at data screens 9. Mid of data screens 10. Close-up of broker looking at data screens 21 January 2013 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Dr. Labib Kamhawi, Analyst: "The new generations are unemployed and the prospects for employment seem to be nil. Prices are going up and income is evaporating within the first ten days of the month, so all families have to suffer for at least one half of the month with no real cash on their hands to sustain them and their living. So multiple factors (are involved): the political factor, the economic factor and the anger that engulfs so many people because of corruption, big corruption and so far it has not been handled in a correct way, to enable the government to retrieve the hundreds of millions of dollars that have been siphoned out of the country." 22 January 2013 12. Wide of shop 13. Mid of clothes shop with no customers inside 14. Close-up of sale banner in shop window 15. Wide exterior shot of shopping centre 16. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Marwan Obeid, Shop owner: "I hope they (MPs) will do something good for Jordan to enhance the situation of the people. But (the reality is that) I do not expect this to happen because there is no more trust between the citizens and the candidates." 17. Various of people at election campaign event 18. Mid of Firas Shananah, election candidate, greeting supporters 19. SOUNDBITE: (English) Firas Shananah, parliamentary election candidate: "We are trying our best to cooperate with the government, to facilitate all the procedures of the investments in Jordan together with providing certain jobs for the Jordanians especially outside Amman." 20. Wide of supporters at election campaign event STORYLINE: Voters said on Tuesday that they hope economic reform will follow Jordan's upcoming parliamentary elections. The government is touting Wednesday's poll as a milestone in a gradual process of bringing greater democracy. "We hope that the upcoming parliament will decrease the economic burden on the shoulders and on the pockets of the poor people," said Mahmoud Al-Sayyed Ahmed, an Amman resident. The elections are based on a new electoral framework in which for the first time lawmakers, not the King, will choose the prime minister. King Abdullah II is trying to control the pace of change, ceding enough of his absolute powers to parliament in hopes of forestalling any Arab Spring-style uprisings like the ones that toppled autocratic leaders in Egypt, Libya, Yemen and Tunisia and devolved into a bloody civil war in Syria. But the opposition say his moves do not go far or fast enough to end his monopoly on power. "I hope they (MPs) will do something good for Jordan to enhance the situation of the people. But (the reality is that) I do not expect this to happen because there is no more trust between the citizens and the candidates," said shop owner Marwan Obeid. Jordan's Muslim Brotherhood is boycotting the vote, as are four smaller parties, including communists and Arab nationalists. Turnout on Wednesday among the 2.3 (m) million registered voters could be a key measure of how much trust or enthusiasm the public feels for the reform programme. The king has said the next steps will be to build real political parties. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a4ea03e58e26514e6e6607c55fcdad78 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 16 AP Archive
(V)JORDAN: RETURN TO DAILY ROUTINE FOR JORDANIAN PEOPLE
 
01:33
Natural Sound Voiced by: Louise Bates Jordanians are returning to their daily routine for the first time since the death of King Hussein. In accordance with tradition, the official mourning period will continue for a total of 40 days. During that time, celebrations in the kingdom are banned and verses from Islam's holy book, the Koran, will be read out on television and radio stations. (00.02) The mourning period began last Sunday, when King Hussein was pronounced dead. (00.07) On Saturday, shops, restaraunts and businesses, which had been closed for five days, reopened...and it was business as usual on the streets of Amman. (00.16) Newspapers went to print, their front pages covered with pictures of their dead King. (00.22) Tributes to the new King were also much in evidence. (00.27) It was the first day back at school since King Hussein's death. Students stood for a moment of silence in his memory. (00.35) It will take time for the subjects of this desert kingdom to come to terms with their loss. (00.42) For a country with few natural resources, it is important that commercial life resumes as soon as possible. (00.49) The stock exchange, closed since last Sunday, began trading again. (00.53) At Amman's university, dozens of students turned up for a peaceful and solemn rally in memory of King Hussein, a leader who commanded great respect among his people and around the world. (01.05) SOUNDBITE: (English) Walid Maani, President of University of Jordan "You know for us he did not only represent just being the king, he was a father for everybody, as a matter of fact he was the one who issued his royal decree to establish this university in 1962. So we owe him a lot." (01.22) As Jordan returns to work, the sense of bereavement is still palpable, but thoughts are slowly beginning to turn to a new era. (01.33) Vision Ends You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9ae804578735932251023905c980e9e6 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 176 AP Archive
SCENES FROM AMMAN - "THE JORDAN EXPERIENCE", 2000
 
13:03
FOR LICENSING INQUIRIES PLEASE CONTACT HISTORIC FILMS ARCHIVE ([email protected] / http://www.historicfilms.com / 800-249-1940) 00:00 (TC: 01.00.00): MOVING FOOTAGE, VEHICLE MOUNTED, ENTRANCE OF SAS RADISSON HOTEL, AMMAN, JORDAN, MEN WORKING WASHING WINDOWS, MOS 00:15 (TC: 01.00.15): MOVING FOOTAGE, VEHICLE MOUNTED, ENTRANCE OF SAS RADISSON HOTEL, AMMAN, JORDAN, MEN WORKING WASHING WINDOWS, TAXIS, FLAG POLES, MOS 00:37 (TC: 01.00.37): MOVING FOOTAGE, VEHICLE MOUNTED, ENTRANCE OF SAS RADISSON HOTEL, AMMAN, JORDAN 00:57 (TC: 01.00.57): MOVING FOOTAGE OF BUILDINGS IN JORDAN, SUN SHADES, PALM TREES 01:17 (TC: 01.01.17): SLATE, JORDAN EXPERIENCE, SCENE AM J, TAKE 1, DATE 3029-00, SHORTESS YEAWORTH, BRIAN SULLIVAN, ROLL # S14 IN FRONT OF RUINS 01:19 (TC: 01.01.19): VERTICAL PAN OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL RUINS, ROMAN TEMPLE OF HERCULES, AT CITADEL HILL, AMMAN, JORDAN, CHILDREN RUNNING 01:36 (TC: 01.01.36): VERTICAL PAN OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL RUINS, ROMAN TEMPLE OF HERCULES, AT CITADEL HILL, AMMAN, JORDAN, CHILDREN RUNNING UP TO RUINS WITH BACKPACKS, FIELD TRIP 02:06 (TC: 01.02.06): CHILDREN RUNNING AND PLAYING AMONG RUINS OF ROMAN TEMPLE TO HERCULES, CITADEL HILL, AMMAN JORDAN, BROKEN COLUMNS, ARCHAEOLOGICAL RUINS 02:37 (TC: 01.02.37): VERTICAL PAN OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL RUINS, ROMAN TEMPLE OF HERCULES, AT CITADEL HILL, AMMAN, JORDAN 03:05 (TC: 01.03.05): VERTICAL PAN OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL RUINS, ROMAN TEMPLE OF HERCULES, AT CITADEL HILL, AMMAN, JORDAN 03:36 (TC: 01.03.36): VERTICAL PAN OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL RUINS, ROMAN TEMPLE OF HERCULES, AT CITADEL HILL, AMMAN, JORDAN 03:54 (TC: 01.03.54): SLATE, JORDAN EXPERIENCE, SCENE AM K, TAKE 1, SHORTESS YEAWORTH, BRIAN SULLIVAN, DATE 3-29-00, ROLL # S14 03:55 (TC: 01.03.55): MOVING FOOTAGE OF CITY SCENES, AMMAN? 04:28 (TC: 01.04.28): SLATE, JORDAN EXPERIENCE, SCENE AM K, TAKE 2 04:30 (TC: 01.04.30): MOVING FOOTAGE OF CITY SCENES, AMMAN?, GLASS CONTEMPORARY BUILDINGS, GARBAGE TRUCK, PALM TREES 04:52 (TC: 01.04.52): MOVING FOOTAGE OF HYATT HOTEL, AMMAN, JORDAN, CITY STREETS 05:42 (TC: 01.05.42): SLATE, JORDAN EXPERIENCE, SCENE AM L, TAKE 1 05:43 (TC: 01.05.43): MOVING FOOTAGE OF THE RADISSON HOTEL, AMMAN, JORDAN INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, HOTEL ENTRANCE 06:27 (TC: 01.06.27): HAND IN FRONT OF CAMERA 06:29 (TC: 01.06.29): MOVING FOOTAGE OF WALLED ESTATE, NEW CONSTRUCTION, WEALTH, MIDDLE EAST, IRON ORNATE GATES, SECURITY 07:31 (TC: 01.07.31): MOVING FOOTAGE OF WALLED ESTATE, NEW CONSTRUCTION, WEALTH, MIDDLE EAST, IRON ORNATE GATES, SECURITY 08:15 (TC: 01.08.15): MOVING FOOTAGE OF NEW HOUSES, JORDAN, SATELLITE DISHES, NEW TREES, WEALTHY SUBURBS, MIDDLE EAST 08:29 (TC: 01.08.29): MAN CUTTING GRASS AT NEW HOUSE, MIDDLE EAST, JORDAN 08:59 (TC: 01.08.59): SLATE, JORDAN EXPERIENCE, SCENE AM M, TAKE 1 09:00 (TC: 01.09.00): HAND IN FRONT OF CAMERA 09:02 (TC: 01.09.02): CONSTRUCTION SITE, EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS, SCAFFOLDING, OUTSIDE ELEVATION, TOWER 09:39 (TC: 01.09.39): DIAGONAL PAN OF NEW TOWER UNDER CONSTRUCTION, OUTSIDE ELEVATORS, CONSTRUCTION SITE 10:09 (TC: 01.10.09): OUTSIDE CONSTRUCTION ELEVATORS MOVING DOWN BUILDING, WICKHAM HOIST LTD. 11:02 (TC: 01.11.02): OUTSIDE CONSTRUCTION ELEVATOR, MOVING UP BUILDING, WICKHAM HOIST, LTD 12:03 (TC: 01.12.03): OUTSIDE CONSTRUCTION ELEVATOR, MOVING UP BUILDING, WICKHAM HOIST, LTD 12:26 (TC: 01.12.26): CONSTRUCTION OF OVAL SHAPED BUILDING AMMAN, JORDAN, VERTICAL PAN DOWN, SCAFFOLDING 13:00 (TC: 01.13.00): POLARIZED CLIP OF SCAFFOLDING COLLAPSING 13:00 (TC: 01.13.00): END TAPE
amman in future
 
01:31
pictures of amman in futur
Views: 9017 Harry W UK
Jordan protesters: 'Gulf money won't help:12 June 2018 Breaking News
 
01:25
Is the Gulf bailout enough for crisis-hit Jordan? Jordan has always been seen as an oasis of peace and stability in a volatile region. But it is a country of limited resources and increasingly in debt. Conflicts in neighbouring Iraq and Syria have dampened trade and it is had to absorb hundreds of thousands of refugees. Budget cuts and tax hike plans have led to mass protests, toppling the prime minister. Gulf countries worried about another Arab Spring uprising have stepped in with $2.5bn in aid, while the European Union, whose foreign policy chief was in Jordan's capital, Amman, on Sunday, has thrown in $23m. What is at stake in a country of huge geopolitical significance? Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra Guests: Jawad Al-Anani - chairman of the Amman Stock Exchange and a former Jordanian minister of foreign affairs Ibrahim Fraihat - associate professor of conflict resolution and humanitarian studies at the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies James Moran - senior research fellow at the Centre for European Policy Studies who served as the EU ambassador to Jordan and Yemen News- aljazeera
Profit.bg with a prize by the Bulgarian Stock Exchange - part 1
 
06:03
Profit.bg с награда от Българска фондова борса - част 1 Profit.bg with a prize by the Bulgarian Stock Exchange - part 1
Views: 175 G820731
Muscat Securities Market
 
07:02
Video Software we use: https://amzn.to/2KpdCQF Ad-free videos. You can support us by purchasing something through our Amazon-Url, thanks :) The Muscat Securities Market is the only stock exchange in Oman.It was established by the Royal Decree issued on 21 June 1988, to regulate and control the Omani securities market and to participate, effectively, with other organizations for setting up the infrastructure of the Sultanate's financial sector.After ten years of continuous growth, there was a need for a better functioning of the market.Thus MSM has been restructured by two Royal Decrees and . ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- About the author(s): Gyanibash License: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 (CC BY-SA 3.0) Author(s): Gyanibash (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Gyanibash) ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- This channel is dedicated to make Wikipedia, one of the biggest knowledge databases in the world available to people with limited vision. Article available under a Creative Commons license Image source in video
Views: 102 WikiWikiup
Amma Scooter Yojana Full Details 2018 - PM Modi launch two wheeler vehicle scheme for working women
 
02:33
Amma Scooter Yojana Full Details 2018 - PM Modi to launch two-wheeler vehicle new scheme for half price for working women. Prime Minister Narendra Modi today (on Saturday) the late J. in Tamil Nadu. On the birthday of Jayalalithaa, AIADMK will inaugurate the government's 'Amma Scooter Scheme'. Under this scheme, working women will be given a subsidy of 50 percent for buying two wheelers. Former Chief Minister J. Jayalalitha's ambitious Amma Two-wheeler plan is going to begin on her birthday. Apart from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Tamilnadu will visit Daman, Puducherry and Gujarat for next two days zee news updated , According to the news agency bhasha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will travel to Daman, Puducherry and Gujarat in addition to Tamil Nadu in the next two days. The Prime Minister will first come to Daman and start many development projects. He will give certificates to the beneficiaries of various government schemes and also address a public meeting. After this PM Modi will visit Tamil Nadu He will be attending the opening ceremony of the two-wheeler scheme in Chennai. After this he will reach Puducherry on Sunday. There, he will pay floral tributes to Aurobindo at Aurobindo Ashram and interact with the students of Sri Aurobindo International Center of Education. After this, the Prime Minister will go to Auroville and issue a commemorative postage stamp on the occasion of Golden Jubilee celebrations of this city. He will also address a public meeting in Puducherry. Prime Minister Modi will flag off the Run for New India marathon in Surat on Sunday evening. Like us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/My-Smart-Guide-265404713919062/ For the all India News in Hindi related to live update of politics, sports, entertainment, technology and education etc. Stay updated with us for all breaking news from India News and more news in Hindi. latest tech news and reviews, follow, LIKE, SHARE and SUBSCRIBE. You can send your opinion via the comment box or e-mail : [email protected] Do you have a question about this video that you'd like us to answer? Tell us in the comments section below. Wish You Success, OM PRAKASH SUTHAR Admin- My Smart Guide Online Internet Marketing Expert OPSBHL - my IT race - KIDCFG KHG (MCA, BCA, PGDCA) E-mail- [email protected] About : My Smart Guide is a YouTube Channel, where you will find most technological videos, Make money online guide in Hindi, New Video is Posted Everyday :) Annoying Orange Get every trending news alerts and news headlines, Latest news today, Hindi News, Android Hindi News App, iOS Hindi News App ?? My Smart Guide Hindi News APP ???? ?????? ?? | Get all Business News in Hindi related to stock exchange, sensex news, finance, breaking news from share market news in Hindi etc. Stay updated with us for all breaking news from Business and more Banking news and Technology , Health and Insurance Hindi News. Disclaimer : This video is for educational purposes only. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing.
Views: 56145 My Smart Guide
Bannari Amman Spinning Mills, NSE ID - BASML, BSE ID - 532674  Dt. 2018-09-04
 
02:43
This is an educational video on technical indicators of Bannari Amman Spinning Mills as of 2018-09-04. The Share discussed in this video is listed in The National Stock Exchange of India Limited [NSE], India. NSE have a Market capital of Market cap: US.27 trillion (April 2018) and 1952 shares are listed in Exchange. Few Informations on the stock are : NSE Name : BASML BSE Name : 532674 ISIN Number : INE186H01014 An Outlook on the share values are : Open : 218.000 High : 218.000 Low : 202.000 Close : 204.950
Views: 5 Future Look
Iraqi Refugees Help Each Other in Amman
 
01:51
The 2003 war in Iraq forced almost half a million Iraqi residents to seek refuge in Jordan. Thousands arrived in Jordan with no resources, family or friends, unaware of the services and possibilities available in their new host community. The Community Centers Association is a Jordanian organization that is staffed by a number of volunteers, many of whom are refugees themselves. The organization and the volunteers work to get refugee women, many of whom are widows, out of their homes and focused on improving their lives.
Views: 752 Mercy Corps
Apartments for sale in Dead Sea Amman, Jordan
 
03:37
Apartments for sale in Dead Sea Amman, Jordan and 16 new studios for sale in Tila ali Shamali 100m from Jordan University and 12 new apartment for sale in Chtaura, Lebanon you can see us on facebook under Ayat apt or e-mail us [email protected]
Views: 251 Abdallah Taha
XP Guide Amman
 
00:24
Amman is the capital city of Jordan. Amman sits on a wealth of seven hills, a monotonous sea of white cement structures with the occasional minarets and tall buildings rising like hiccups. Indulge your gold craving at the Gold Souk, then get dazzled by the radiance of the King Abdullah Mosque.
Views: 252 Travelxp
amman jordan rc airplains
 
02:43
25/7/2012 rc day out asa'ad najeeb senan in amman jordan
Views: 127 senan khatib
The Dead Sea Jordan
 
03:58
Trip with Friends to the dead sea Amman Jordan
Views: 55 Zay s
Key Projects [SOLD] in (Amman-Jordan) by Jordan Properties Ltd.
 
01:12
Jordan Properties Ltd is one of the leading property developers in Amman-Jordan creating contemporary, modern, luxury homes and commercial properties since 1990. With over 23 years experience as leading specialist property developers in Jordan under our belt you can relax knowing that whatever your requirements we will deliver prestigious results for 21st century living. We have a reputation for creating modern and contemporary living spaces of outstanding quality which has established us as one of Jordan's foremost developers of luxury residential apartments, homes and properties. To Check our latest projects you can contact us on:- Mobile: +962 797 315 315 / +962 797 33 66 11 Fax: +962 6 55 18 469 Email: [email protected] www.jordan-properties.net
amman pics
 
01:18
nice pics of amman,visit amman on 2010 youll see why?
Views: 3327 Harry W UK
JORDAN: JORDANIANS RETURN TO THEIR NORMAL LIVES
 
03:44
Arabic/Eng/Nat Jordanians are returning to their daily for the first time since the death of King Hussein. In accordance with tradition, the official mourning period will continue for a total of 40 days. During that time, celebrations in the kingdom are banned and verses from Islam's holy book, the Koran, will be read out on television and radio stations. After five days mourning the death of their king of over 50 years, Jordanians returned to their normal routines on Saturday. The streets of the capital Amman were once again busy following five days of mourning that commenced last Sunday when Hussein was finally pronounced dead. Newspapers were once more being printed and the articles they contained were illustrated with pictures of the late king and his successor Abdullah. Portraits of king Abdullah adorned many of the capital's streets, alongside those of his late father. For young Jordanians Saturday also marked the first day back at school since King Hussein's death. On normal school days, Jordanian students line up to hear their national anthem, standing at attention for the words "Long live the king." But instead they stood for a long moment of silence in his memory. One young pupil expressed the emotions felt by most Jordanians. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) My feelings are like any Jordanian girl who feels sad and sorry at the loss to the people and country. King Hussein has died in body but his spirit lives on" SUPER CAPTION: Arop Alzayatt, pupil at Samir Rifai Secondary School It will take time for the subjects of this desert kingdom to come to terms with their loss. For a country not blessed with the gift of large oil reserves, it is important that commercial life resumes as soon as possible. The stock exchange, closed since last Sunday, began trading again. At Amman's university, students held a peaceful and solemn rally in memory of King Hussein, a leader who commanded great respect amongst his people and around the world. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We are trying to express in a solemn way our feelings regarding the passage of the late King Hussein. You know for us he did not only represent just being the king, he was a father for everybody, as a matter of fact he was the one who issued his royal decree to establish this university in 1962. So we owe him a lot." SUPER CAPTION: Walid Maani, President of University of Jordan As Jordan emerges from these past five days, it enters a second, more relaxed period of 40 days of state mourning for King Hussein. The sense of bereavement is still palpable, but thoughts are slowly beginning to turn to the new era. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/31734785a152e9e51a285d221591addd Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 55 AP Archive
Heavy Duty Stock  - Gujarat Apollo Industries Ltd | Investing | Stocks and Shares | Share Guru
 
02:56
Heavy Duty Stock - Gujarat Apollo Industries Ltd | Investing | Finance | Advise | Stocks and Shares | Share Guru For More - Please Visit - www.shareguruteluguweekly.com Follow Us On - www.facebook.com/wealthmoreshareguru
Views: 616 Share Guru Weekly

Uk passport cover letter
My best paper writing service
Us department of state authentication cover letter
Dissertation writing service
Sample cover letter for mortgage application