Saudi Arabia, the Gulf’s largest economy, is expected to return to international bond markets as soon as this week.
London’s High Court has rejected a claim by campaigners that Britain’s multi-billion-pound arms sales to Saudi Arabia should be halted, saying the decision to continue arming the country was neither “not irrational nor unlawful”.
Five Arabian states, including Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are all shunning neighbouring Qatar over its alleged financial links to terrorism groups last month.
In Saudi Arabia the young generation is tech-savvy and pursuing a connected digital lifestyle where mobile data is king.
Lloyds Bank, Bank of Scotland, Halifax and Tesco Bank have stopped trading in Qatari riyals amid diplomatic tensions in the Gulf.
Mohammed bin Salman, 31, will replace 57-year-old Mohammed bin Nayef, to become Saudi Arabia’s crown prince.
Six Arab nations, led by Saudi Arabia, have cut diplomatic ties with Qatar in a move that suggests a deepening rift between the Gulf leaders.
On his first trip abroad, US president Donald Trump has sought to connect with allies in both the Middle East and Europe, with plenty of odd moments along the way.
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) ministers will gather in Vienna, the Austrian capital today to discuss the world’s oil supply and prices.
Defense stocks climbed to an all-time high on Monday after US president Donald Trump signed a $110bn weapons deal with Saudi Arabia while on a state visit to the Middle East.
Apple’s market cap reached $800bn for the first time on Monday, prompting suggestions that the tech giant could soon become the world’s first trillion dollar company.
Saudi Arabia is set to list five percent of its state-owned oil giant, Saudi Aramco, in an Initial Public Offering (IPO) in late 2018.
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