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Saudi British Bank Q3 net profit rises 25.2 pct
DUBAI Oct 16 (Reuters) - Saudi British Bank, the kingdom's fifth-largest listed lender by assets, posted a 25.2 percent rise in third-quarter net profit on Thursday, in line with analysts' forecasts as operating income increased.
Saudi British Bank Q3 Net Profit Rises 25.2%  Gulf Business News
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Saudi British Bank profits increase in third quarter
Saudi British Bank profits increase in third quarter. 19 October 2014 8:08 GMT. Results reflect wider banking sector growth.
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Top Saudi banks post double digit net income growth in third quarter
While Banque Saudi Fransi (BSF), Arab National Bank (ANB) and Saudi British Bank (SABB) delivered more than 20 per cent year on year net income growth in the quarter, Samba, Riyad Bank and Saudi Hollandi Bank (SHB) saw high-single digit growth.
SABB profit up 17.8% for nine months
Sheikh Khaled Olayan, chairman of SABB, said: �SABB's strategy of diversifying its income streams and controlling its costs has enabled the bank to record a strong financial performance for the nine months ended Sept.
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Saudi bank NCB set to defy global slowdown with $6 bln flotation
MI) and British used car company BCA Marketplace (IPO-BCMP.L) both postponed listings. Saudi Arabia's wider index has shown signs of the uncertainty gripping global markets, falling 12 percent in the month to Oct. 16, before recovering somewhat last ...
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Saudi Billionaires Revealed Selling Western-Style Frappes, Chicken
... valued at $1.4 billion while Sulaiman Al Muhaidib's net worth is at least $1.6 billion. Outside of Savola, the Al Muhaidib family owns stakes in more than 30 companies, including Riyadh-based Saudi British Bank, Al Khobar-based property developer ...
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UPDATE 1-UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Thursday Oct 30
Separately, a Saudi real estate company has sued Barclays for $10 billion, claiming the bank ceased pursuing lease payments due from the Saudi government on military complexes in the kingdom in order to obtain a lucrative banking license there.
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Saudi bank's profit surges
DUBAI: Saudi British Bank, the kingdom's fifth-largest listed lender by assets, posted a 25.2 per cent rise in third-quarter net profit yesterday, in line with analysts' forecasts as operating income increased.
UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Thursday Oct 30
BARCLAYS - Saudi real estate company has sued Barclays BARC.L for $10 billion, claiming the bank ceased pursuing lease payments due from the Saudi government on military complexes in the kingdom in order to obtain a lucrative banking license there.
Barclays sued by Saudi developer for $10 billion
That October, Barclays disclosed that the U.S. Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission were investigating the British bank's relationships with third parties who helped it win or retain business and whether such relationships ...