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Lebanon’s plight is turning into a crisis that could ultimately threaten the Middle Eastern country’s economic...
Monthly consumer prices in Egypt fell for the first time since January to bring annual inflation back within t...
Saudi Arabia is reviewing its policy of imposing fees on expatriate workers after rising costs inflicted econo...
Currency traders are taking no chances as the U.K. Parliament’s Brexit vote late Tuesday will come during thin...
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan called President Donald Trump’s tariff policies “insane” and sa...
Congressional Republicans missed another target to unveil a $1.3 trillion spending bill, as talks continued early Wednesday with just days remaining for House and Senate votes to avert a thi... Read more
The eldest son of Kuwait’s ruler said the OPEC member is revisiting plans to transform itself into a regional business hub, as authorities aim to overcome past obstacles to join neighbors se... Read more
Saudi Arabia preemptively raised its key interest rates on Thursday ahead of an expected tightening by the Federal Reserve. The kingdom increased its repurchase and reverse repurchase rates... Read more
Access to a debt market teeming with yield-hungry investors is helping some cash-strapped nations in the Gulf Cooperation Council kick reforms down the road. Taking advantage of attractive i... Read more
Step inside the Greek Orthodox cathedral in Beirut’s central Nejmeh Square and you could be in Athens: priests with long black robes and beards lead prayers and worshipers cross themselves i... Read more
Lebanon’s foreign-currency reserves have recovered from the shock of Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s surprise resignation, proving the resiliency of the country’s financial system, Central Bank... Read more
China said proposed U.S. tariffs on imported steel and aluminum products are groundless and that it reserves the right to retaliate if they are imposed. The U.S. recommendations, unveiled by... Read more
Egypt cut interest rates for the first time since floating the currency at the end of 2016, starting a widely-anticipated easing cycle after record-high borrowing costs helped curb inflation... Read more
Tunisia expects its economy to turn a corner by 2020, Prime Minister Youssef Chahed said, as his administration faces a wave of protests over living standards that have been slow to improve... Read more
Saudi Arabia is considering increasing the size of a $10 billion loan after banks on the 2016 deal offered to lend more, people familiar with the matter said. Lenders are in talks with the g... Read more
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