The week in money

Book a return flight to Istanbul before January 15 and you will be eligible for its winter promotion fares valid on any flights before March 31. Read more on the week in money.

Spread the school payments over six months with Emirates Islamic

Pay the school fees using your Emirates Islamic credit or covered card before January 15 and convert the amount into a 0 per cent Easy Payment Plan (EPP) spread over three of six months. To apply, pay the amount using your card, then call 600 599 995 and request the 0 per cent EPP. If the school does not accept card payments, call the same number and request a cheque or cash-on-call facility. The minimum transaction amount is Dh1,000 and some cards must pay a 2 per cent processing fee.

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New York City remained the top choice this year among foreign investors in commercial real estate while Washington fell to No 15 as a global destination and dropped from the top five US cities for the first time, a survey revealed this week. New York is in its seventh year as the prime US city for foreign investors, and its third year as the top global city, members of the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate indicated in the survey.

Special winter fares with Turkish Airlines

Book a return flight to Istanbul before January 15 and you will be eligible for its winter promotion fares valid on any flights before March 31. Flights from Abu Dhabi or Dubai cost from Dh1,450 and Dh1,500 respectively (including taxes and fees). Note, these are not direct flights, however – there is one stop on the route.

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Fidelity launches Chinese investment products

Fidelity International has become the first global asset manager allowed to launch investment products in China through a wholly-owned local subsidiary, as Beijing further liberalises its capital markets. Fidelity said on Wednesday that its Shanghai-based unit has registered with the Asset Management Association of China, qualifying it to create onshore investment products for institutions and wealthy individuals.

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Published: January 6, 2017 04:00 AM

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