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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...
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...
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 ...
MUSCAT Oman signed yesterday a three-year oil and gas exploration and production sharing agreement with EnCana International Oman, a subsidiary of Ca...
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...
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...
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...
LONDON Increased military demand for aviation fuel in the Middle East has forced Kuwait to ask its regular customers to delay February tanker loadings...
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...
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.