A new study reveals that working mothers are less likely to show symptoms of depression than mothers who stay at home.
However, the study has also notified that working mothers with a “supermom “complex were more likely to feel frustrated and carry a guilt compared to working mothers, who worry about balancing their working environment and home environment.
Dubai's total direct trade exchange reached over AED 289 billion with the world in five months, reporting an increase of 27 per cent. The value of trade exchanges were worth AED 228 billion during the corresponding period last year.
Global uncertainties, international equity weakness and week global economic outlook plunged most of the Gulf stock markets on Sunday. Investors have adopted cautious approach and most of them are preferring investment in gold given to metal's safe investment status.
The forthcoming Eid Al-Fitr break, from 30 August to 3 September is all set to bring season of festivities for people, especially for kinds. Ferrari World Abu Dhabi has rolled out plans for special kinds and family on the occasion.
Emirate based home finance provider- Abu Dhabi Finance has announced to extend mortgages for the residential villas at the TDIC's St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort development at an interest rate 5.75 per cent.
Uncertainties prevailing in the global market made investors buying Abu Dhabi and Qatar government debt, apparently, due to safe investment heaven status of Gulf countries given to their strong financial position despite subdued investor's sentiments at global level. The move pushed yields on the bonds to historic lows.
At a time when uncertainties grapple the world economy and countries across the world nightmare yet another slowdown, the UAE authorities are all prepared to deal with any eventuality. The authorities are preparing road map for helping industries in a bid to stimulate Arab economies. Guidelines are being prepared for stronger cooperation among economies and creating investment friendly atmosphere across the Gulf region.