Middle East Economies Stumble Amid Blood in the Streets
From the Palestinian Authority to Iran, violence and uncertainty keep the stock markets mired in limited investment, low growth and even lower confidence.
Stock markets in the Arab world, still reeling from the 2008 global economic crisis, have been dragged down by the ongoing strife in Syria, Egypt and other countries in the region.
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