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  • 8 February, 2003

    Saudi stocks fall on war jitters

    By: (Reuters)

    RIYADH - Saudi stocks fell 1.8 per cent on war jitters in a shortened week despite the listing of Saudi Telecommunications Co and analysts said on Thu...

  • 8 February, 2003

    Arab nations slow to join global economy

    By: (Reuters)

    UNITED NATIONS The Arab world is moving very slowly to become a part of the global economy, lagging well behind other regions in its share of world tr...

  • 8 February, 2003

    Turkey set for talks with US and IMF

    By: (Reuters)

    ANKARA Turkey is set for talks with US and IMF officials on billions of dollars in lending that may be essential to brace a fragile economy against a ...

  • 10 February, 2003

    Oman, EnCana sign oil exploration pact

    By: (Reuters)

    MUSCAT Oman signed yesterday a three-year oil and gas exploration and production sharing agreement with EnCana International Oman, a subsidiary of Ca...

  • 12 February, 2003

    Mideast bonds may escape worst of Iraq war

    By: (Reuters)

    LONDON In a world where financial markets appear to follow each other blindly, common sense would suggest war on Iraq should see Middle East bonds bei...

  • 12 February, 2003

    Saudis suffer slow pace of economic change

    By: (Reuters)

    RIYADH Saudi graduate Suleiman has been waiting for more than a year for his government to squeeze him into its bloated, 900,000-strong bureaucracy to...

  • 13 February, 2003

    New Oman gold and copper finds seen boosting mining sector

    By: (Reuters)

    MUSCAT Recent discoveries of gold and copper in Oman have raised hopes of a revival of mining in the Gulf state which centuries ago supplied the metal...

  • 13 February, 2003

    Military demand adds to tight jet fuel market

    By: (Reuters)

    LONDON Increased military demand for aviation fuel in the Middle East has forced Kuwait to ask its regular customers to delay February tanker loadings...

  • 15 February, 2003

    War fears hit Lebanon pound

    By: (Reuters)

    BEIRUT Lebanon's pound LBP slid to the weakest level in the central bank's intervention band in the week ending Friday as investors kept hold of thei...

  • 15 February, 2003

    Oman crude premiums up

    By: (Reuters)

    SINGAPORE - Oman crude oil premiums rose a notch yesterday ending the week on a stronger note as war fears hiked buying interest for the key grade.

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