MUSLIM INVESTORS find faith in stock markets

Siddiqi, Moin A.
September 2002
Middle East;Sep2002, Issue 326, p48
Reports the faith of Muslim investors on the stock markets in the Middle East. Realization of Shari'ah scholars that buying and selling corporate stocks does not impinge upon Islam; Compatibility of equities with the Islamic doctrine of risk-sharing and profit-sharing principles; Concern of investors on other aspects of the business.


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