RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) " Saudi Arabia says two security officers have been shot and killed in the kingdom's predominantly Shiite east.The Interior Ministry said on Tuesday that the two officers were.. New Zealand Herald Also reported by •FOXNews.com
The head of US military operations in the Middle East wrapped up an unannounced visit to Saudi Arabia Tuesday, amid mounting friction over the kingdom`s bombing campaign in neighbouring Yemen. Zee News
Oct. 25 -- Steen Jakobsen, chief investment officer at Saxo Bank, discusses geopolitics impacting markets and his thoughts on investing. He speaks with Guy Johnson and Caroline Hyde on “Bloomberg.. Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
Oct. 25 -- Karim Baghdady, chief executive officer at EFG Hermes USA, discusses the demand in the U.S. for MENA brokerage services, the impact of the Saudi bond sale on U.S. interest in the region and.. Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
Oct. 25 -- Saudi Arabia's bond sale last week wasn't just the biggest ever in the Middle East, it was a record in emerging markets. The ramifications are now being felt across the emerging market debt.. Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
The execution of a Saudi Prince, who shot another man dead in a street brawl caused some surprise across the western world. He was beheaded for the crime and the first royal to be executed in the Gulf.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
A short-term cap in oil output would reduce market volatility, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Monday at a meeting with OPEC Secretary-General Mohammed Barkindo. But as Laura Frykberg.. Source: Reuters Studio -
Global architecture, planning & interior design firm promotes leading team members as it expands hospitality and commercial sectors and continues its market-leading residential practice.
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Turkey’s Anadolu News Agency, though government-run, is providing remarkably clear and reliable diagrammatic descriptions of the current.. Zero Hedge
*Third Quarter 2016*
· *Like-for-like ("L/L") RevPAR for leased and managed hotels was up by 5.3%.* The growth is mainly due to an increase in average room rate.
· *Revenue decreased by 3.9% to.. GlobeNewswire
UNITED NATIONS (AP) " Human Rights Watch says Saudi Arabia and Russia's candidacies for the U.N.'s top human rights body are compromised by their actions in Yemen and Syria respectively, where they.. New Zealand Herald Also reported by •Newsday •Seattle Times •FOXNews.com
With three huge sovereign bond debuts, this has been a bumper year for emerging market government debt issues. First came Argentina, with a record-breaking $16.5bn (£13.5bn) sale in April, followed.. City A.M.
Historically, Canada and Mexico have both brought significant oil supplies to refiners in the U.S. In 2006, Mexico and Canada were both exporting 1.7 million barrels per day of oil to the US.
By.. Eurasia Review
Saudi Arabia’ Cabinet on Monday renewed the Kingdom’s determination to fight the terrorist activities of the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah and to continue work with partners around the world to.. Eurasia Review
By Jai Kumar Verma*
Recently an article of Cyril Almeida published in Pakistan’s reputed English daily Dawn has exposed the bitterness between the political leadership and the army. Almeida, a.. Eurasia Review
By Lt Gen Kamal Davar (retd)*
The last three weeks may not have been historically momentous, as some in the establishment would like us to believe, but certainly India has been in the news, both.. Eurasia Review
*Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer paid USD 5.76 million to a shell company in connection with a contract it secured to sell the Indian Air Force (IAF) three aircraft for about USD 208 million,.. Deccan Herald
By Katya Golubkova and Shadia Nasralla | VIENNA VIENNA Energy ministers from Russia and Qatar along with OPEC's secretary general discussed possible joint action to stabilise the oil market, Russian.. Firstpost
Aircraft manufacturer Embraer has agreed to pay over USD 205 million as settlement with American and Brazilian authorities for resolving corruption charges in India and three other countries.
By Brad Haynes | SAO PAULO SAO PAULO Brazilian planemaker Embraer SA on Monday reached an agreement with U.S. and Brazilian authorities to settle a six-year corruption investigation, paying $205.5.. Firstpost