Saudi Arabia

COLUMN-China switching to African oil may lead to Saudi price cut: Russell

--Clyde Russell is a Reuters columnist. The views expressed are his own.--

MIDEAST STOCKS-Saudi, Egypt fall in line with oil, global equities 27 Jul 2015

DUBAI, July 27 - Stock markets in Saudi Arabia and Egypt fell in early trade on Monday, dragged down by second-quarter earnings and the poor performance of oil and global bourses.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Saudi slips despite SABIC, Egypt edges up 26 Jul 2015

DUBAI, July 26 - Saudi Arabia's stock market edged down in early trade on Sunday despite a strong performance by heavyweight Saudi Basic Industries (SABIC). Egypt's bourse rose on the back of property stocks.

Saudi builder Abdullah al-Khodari Sons Q2 net profit surges 26 Jul 2015

DUBAI, July 26 - Saudi Arabian builder Abdullah Abdul Mohsin al-Khodari Sons on Sunday said its second-quarter net profit more than quadrupled as it sold some equipment and margins improved.

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Pentagon chief tells Saudi Arabia: Iran threat is shared concern 22 Jul 2015

JEDDAH - U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said after talks in Saudi Arabia that Iran's "potential for aggression" was a shared concern as he moved to bolster defense ties with Riyadh following a nuclear agreement with its arch-foe.

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Pentagon chief tells Saudi Arabia - Iran threat is shared concern 22 Jul 2015

JEDDAH - U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said after talks in Saudi Arabia that Iran's "potential for aggression" was a shared concern as he moved to bolster defence ties with Riyadh following a nuclear agreement with its arch-foe.

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U.S. defense chief in Saudi Arabia to reassure after Iran deal 22 Jul 2015

JEDDAH - U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter flew into Saudi Arabia for meetings on Wednesday with King Salman and his security leadership to reassure the kingdom of America's support after Washington struck a nuclear deal with its arch-rival Iran.

Saudi Arabia considers its own nuclear options after Iran deal 21 Jul 2015

RIYADH - One likely Saudi Arabian response to the deal its biggest enemy Iran has struck with world powers is to accelerate its own nuclear power plans, creating an atomic infrastructure it could, one day, seek to weaponize.

Saudi Arabia considers its own nuclear options after Iran deal 21 Jul 2015

RIYADH - One likely Saudi Arabian response to the deal its biggest enemy Iran has struck with world powers is to accelerate its own nuclear power plans, creating an atomic infrastructure it could, one day, seek to weaponise.

Saudi Arabia considers its own nuclear options after Iran deal 21 Jul 2015

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Libyan court gives death sentence to Gaddafi son Saif, seven other ex-officials to death

TRIPOLI - A Libyan court passed a death sentence in absentia on Muammar Gaddafi's most prominent son, Saif al-Islam, on Tuesday for war crimes and acts to crush peaceful protests during the country's 2011 revolution that ended his father's rule.