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Saudi e-commerce rakes in USD4.3bn Saudi e-commerce rakes in USD4.3bn(0)

Saudis spent USD 4.3 billion on online transactions last year, according to a report by the Arab Advisors Group. CONTINUE READING

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Private sector steps up role in Saudi healthcare Private sector steps up role in Saudi healthcare(0)

As the Saudi government steps up efforts to provide quality healthcare to its citizens, the move opens up a massive opportunity for the private sector. CONTINUE READING

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Saudi firms rake in USD27bn profits in 2013 Saudi firms rake in USD27bn profits in 2013(0)

Profits of Saudi companies exceeded SAR 100 billion (USD 27 billion) for the first time ever last year, according to National Commercial Bank data. CONTINUE READING

Saudi, Egypt, Iraq economies to lead MENA Saudi, Egypt, Iraq economies to lead MENA(0)

Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Iraq will be among the world’s 30 largest economies by 2028, according to forecasts by a London-based economic consultancy. CONTINUE READING

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Non-oil to keep Saudi economy riding high in 2014 Non-oil to keep Saudi economy riding high in 2014(0)

Saudi Arabia may rein in massive public sector spending slightly in 2014, but it will still be enough to keep the non-oil sector humming along and ensure domestic demand continues to remain robust. CONTINUE READING

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Saudi spring cleaning labor market with crackdown Saudi spring cleaning labor market with crackdown(0)

Saudi Arabia’s labor problems will “cloud” the country’s short-term outlook, according to analysts. CONTINUE READING

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Investors look for robust returns in Saudi healthcare Investors look for robust returns in Saudi healthcare(0)

Saudi Arabia lags behind regional and global counterparts in healthcare infrastructure, which presents growth opportunities for the private sector, according to a new report. CONTINUE READING

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Taper fears highlight Saudi’s safe-haven appeal Taper fears highlight Saudi’s safe-haven appeal(0)

Regional investors looking for a safe haven as the US Federal Reserve begins tapering, should look no further than Saudi Arabia. CONTINUE READING

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Saudi has high concentration of large companies Saudi has high concentration of large companies(0)

Saudi Arabia has one of the world’s highest concentrations of large companies, according to. CONTINUE READING

Home construction lifts Saudi property sector in Q2 Home construction lifts Saudi property sector in Q2(0)

Attention shifted to construction contracts in the real estate sector in the second quarter of this year after the Saudi authorities pushed ahead to meet their ambitious target of providing 500,000 affordable housing units to Saudis. CONTINUE READING

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Saudi petchem industry to reach USD11bn by 2014 Saudi petchem industry to reach USD11bn by 2014(0)

Saudi Arabia’s petrochemicals companies saw their half-yearly earnings collectively decline 3.5% this year, but analysts are expecting an improvement in profits in the second half. CONTINUE READING

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Saudi Arabian rig counts set to reach 200 by end-2014 Saudi Arabian rig counts set to reach 200 by end-2014(0)

As the global oil and gas industry turns on its head, Saudi Aramco – the world’s largest oil-producing company — is not sitting still, but tapping into its formidable unconventional natural gas reserves. CONTINUE READING

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Saudi inflation edged up 3.7% on housing costs Saudi inflation edged up 3.7% on housing costs(0)

Saudi inflation edged up in July as strong domestic factors pushed prices upwards. CONTINUE READING

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Saudi Arabia seeks answer to energy needs Saudi Arabia seeks answer to energy needs(0)

Saudi Arabia’s power needs have taken centre stage in recent years as the kingdom’s economy expands and the population rises at a fast clip. CONTINUE READING

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Saudi releases over USD87bn to boost petrochem sector Saudi releases over USD87bn to boost petrochem sector(0)

Under pressure from a resurgent American petrochemicals industry and natural gas shortages at home, major Saudi petrochemicals companies are fighting back with massive expansion plans of their own. CONTINUE READING

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China’s slowing growth dampens appetite for Saudi oil China’s slowing growth dampens appetite for Saudi oil(0)

China’s economy is cooling off and that’s bad news for Saudi Arabia. CONTINUE READING

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Foreigner entry to fuel Saudi bourse growth Foreigner entry to fuel Saudi bourse growth(0)

News that Saudi Arabia would allow foreign investors to participate in the Tadawul market would give fresh impetus to the market and bring a number ofinternational money managers to the bourse. CONTINUE READING

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Saudi non-oil sector growth outweighs hydrocarbon Saudi non-oil sector growth outweighs hydrocarbon(0)

With the Saudi oil sector expected to generate less revenues this year, the non-oil sector will need to step up and carry the burden of generating growth for the economy. CONTINUE READING

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Weakening demand keeps oil below USD100 Weakening demand keeps oil below USD100(0)

An oil price collapse to USD 90 per barrel could see a 0.4% drop in Saudi GDP, according to estimates by HSBC. CONTINUE READING

Saudi economy rallies despite oil output drop Saudi economy rallies despite oil output drop(0)

Despite cuts in its oil output, and the generally nervous economic sentiment globally, the Saudi economy continues to race ahead.CONTINUE READING

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SR400B RE Investment Shortfall SR400B RE Investment Shortfall(0)

Saudi Arabia is set to build 2.4 million housing units by 2020, but the Kingdom’s real estate investment is short by SR400 billion to meet anticipated housing demand.

Saudi Arabia housing stock will rise to just over seven million units by 2020, compared to 4.6 million by 2010, according to National Commercial Bank Capital research.

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US shale: A threat to Saudi dominance? US shale: A threat to Saudi dominance?(0)
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OPEC finally acknowledged the very clear and present danger of North American shale oil and gas production. CONTINUE READING

The New Saudi Order The New Saudi Order(0)

Saudi Prince Mohammed Bin Nayef’s appointment to the Kingdom’s powerful interior ministry job – replacing Prince Ahmad bin Abdel-Aziz Al Saud — is being seen by many as a precursor for higher office. CONTINUE READING

Saudi Economic Outlook 2013 Saudi Economic Outlook 2013(0)

 

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After stellar growth in the past two years, a moderation in oil prices poses stiff challenges for Saudi Arabia in 2013 and beyond.

Saudi economic growth is expected to moderate in 2013 as the global economic slowdown continues to fester and erase some of the exuberance of emerging economies. CONTINUE READING

Saudi mortgage law effect Saudi mortgage law effect(0)

Saudi real estate and mortgage lending jumped 83.4% in the second quarter year-on-year in anticipation of the new mortgage law coming into effect, according to EFG-Hermes data. READ MORE HERE

Saudi Banks: 13 Key Trends Saudi Banks: 13 Key Trends(0)

The Saudi banking sector put up a strong performance in the first half of the year, driven by higher trading fees, strong lending and non-interest income, especially in the second quarter. CONTINUE READING

Middle East’s top banks Middle East’s top banks(0)

The Middle East banking sector put up a strong showing in the list of the World’s Top 1,000 Banks. READ MORE HERE

New Saudi Mortgage Law: An Analysis New Saudi Mortgage Law: An Analysis(0)

While analysts are focused on the lack of short-term benefits of the new Saudi mortgage law, the Saudi government believes it is the start of a new financial sector. It is also a golden opportunity for average Saudis to create long-term wealth…. CONTINUE READING

Is Saudi Tadawul Ready For Foreign Funds? Is Saudi Tadawul Ready For Foreign Funds?(0)

Can Saudi Arabia’s Tadawul market withstand foreign investor scrutiny? More so than most other regional markets, says Al Rajhi Capital. CONTINUE READING

Saudi Arabia Among World’s Largest Arms Spenders Saudi Arabia Among World’s Largest Arms Spenders(0)

Middle East states are the biggest military spenders in the world as a percentage of their GDP, with Saudi Arabia emerging as the world’s eighth biggest spender on arms in dollar terms last year, according to SIPRI…. CONTINUE READING

Saudi demographic challenge Saudi demographic challenge(0)

The Saudi population is expected to grow by nearly 50% over the next decade. This is both a challenge and an opportunity and key to the government’s long-term development plans, say Standard Chartered Bank analysts….  READ MORE HERE

9 key points from the GCC Summit 9 key points from the GCC Summit(0)

The timing could not have been more inconvenient.

In the week Gulf leaders met to discuss ways to create a more unified group, similar to an ‘EU model’, European Union leaders were struggling to keep their group united amid an unravelling economic and political crisis. READ MORE HERE

$17-Bn MENA Solar Power Projects to Fire Up Renewables Drive $17-Bn MENA Solar Power Projects to Fire Up Renewables Drive(0)

It’s such a waste: enough sunlight reaches the earth in 90 minutes to provide the entire planet’s need for one year, according to the International Energy Agency. READ  MORE HERE

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Facebook Fatwas: Saudi Clerics On Social Media Facebook Fatwas: Saudi Clerics On Social Media(0)

“Perhaps the modern technology, satellite TV and new media, are appropriate environment for the (marginalized),” tweeted Salman Al-Oudah on Tuesday.

That’s quite an ironic tweet, given that Mr. Al-Oudah is hardly a marginalized member of the social media community. Indeed, Forbes magazine ranked the Saudi cleric as the fourth most influential Arab Twitterati in the world, and in addition to his one million Twitter followers in two languages – English and Arabic – he has garnered no less than 63,000 Facebook ‘likes’ at last count. READ MORE HERE

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Saudi Net Foreign Assets At $600-Billion: Jadwa Saudi Net Foreign Assets At $600-Billion: Jadwa(0)

A Jadwa Investment press statement notes that Saudi Arabia’s net foreign assets rose by a little more than $100-billion to reach $600-billion by the end of 2011, according to its estimate.  

For the first time, data on the total foreign assets and liabilities of all componentsof the Saudi economy (government, companies and individuals) has been published. It showsthat their combined foreign assets grew rapidly in recent years to stand at $707 billion at the end of 2010. With Saudi entities and individuals owing $213 billion to foreigners,total net foreign assets stood at $494 billion at the end of 2010. We estimate that theKingdom’s net foreign assets rose to almost $600 billion at the end of 2011. This is very high and represents a core source of strength for the economy.
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Can Gulf stock markets maintain momentum? Can Gulf stock markets maintain momentum?(0)

With Gulf economies poised for growth on the back of strong macroeconomic policies, regional stock markets are also set for growth. READ MORE HERE

Is Saudi Arabia’s Growth Jobless? Is Saudi Arabia’s Growth Jobless?(0)

It will be no mean feat to outpace Qatar’s amazing GDP growth, but that’s exactly what Saudi Arabia is estimated to accomplish in 2012.
The tiny gas giant has been posting double-digit growths for the past six years, but Saudi Arabia, the region’s largest economy may eclipse the country this year, if current trends continue.  READ MORE HERE

Gulf’s USD29 Billion Electricity Bill Gulf’s USD29 Billion Electricity Bill(0)

Gulf states are expected to spend USD29-billion over the next two years on their electricity infrastructure, according to ratings agency Moody’s Investors Services. READ MORE HERE

Can Saudi Tadawul Index’s Blistering Growth Last? Can Saudi Tadawul Index’s Blistering Growth Last?(0)

There is limited upside to the Saudi rally, according to Jadwa Investment, but EFG-Hermes expects a further 15% growth before the end of the year, with a second phase of the rally led by large caps. READ MORE HERE

Top Ten Middle East Stocks In February Top Ten Middle East Stocks In February(0)

Middle East markets had a phenomenal February. Find out which stocks performed outstandingly well, and which failed to get investors enthused. READ MORE HERE

 

Forbes Billionaires’ List: Middle East’s Richest Lost Big Last Year Forbes Billionaires’ List: Middle East’s Richest Lost Big Last Year(0)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Middle East’s 30 richest people collectively lost USD5-billion, according to Forbes data. In all, sixteen billionaires lost part of their fortunes last year. Find out who lost and gained the most. READ MORE HERE

Saudis Hope To Find 100 Billion New Barrels Of Oil Saudis Hope To Find 100 Billion New Barrels Of Oil(0)

Saudi Arabia is exploring for 100 billions of new barrels to retain its influence in world oil markets.

Saudi Arabia is exploring for nearly 100 billion barrels of new oil in existing fields and offshore in the Red Sea, according to an Associated Press report. READ MORE HERE

OPEC Shia-Sunni Split? OPEC Shia-Sunni Split?(0)

Chatham House says OPEC may be heading for a Shia-Sunni split, but it appears to have discounted the group’s enduring powers and its resilience despite wars and severe disputes between member states. READ MORE HERE

Saudi Arabia’s SR270B Project Pipeline Saudi Arabia’s SR270B Project Pipeline(0)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Feb 17, 2012

Saudi Arabia launched projects worth SAR270-billion last year. No wonder there is a shortage of cement. Expect more shortages as the construction boom kicks off in earnest.

The Saudi Ministry’ decision to ban cement exports to ensure there is plenty of supply available for the local market is a sign of hectic construction activity in the Kingdom. READ MORE HERE

 

Saudi Banking Sector Q4 Results Are A Mixed Bag Saudi Banking Sector Q4 Results Are A Mixed Bag(0)

Unlike the global financial services industry, the Saudi banking sector remains in great shape and it is only expected to go from strength to strength as the government continues to support the economy.

While the Kingdom’s financial services industry weathered the global financial crisis in 2008 with great wherewithal, it was the two high-profile bankruptcies in 2009 that had a more pronounced impact on the system, since these led banks to examine their portfolios more closely, and where necessary to help clients to restructure their debt profiles. READ MORE HERE

Riyadh And Jeddah Are Second And Third Fastest Growing Cities In World Riyadh And Jeddah Are Second And Third Fastest Growing Cities In World(0)

Riyadh and Jeddah had a stellar 2010-2011, clocking the second and third highest growth rates in the world according to The Brookings Institution’s 2011 Global MetroMonitor.

Their performance was only bettered by the Chinese economic engine Shanghai, which saw its income rise nearly 10% during the 2010-11 period. READ MORE HERE

Saudi Arabia’s Balancing Act Saudi Arabia’s Balancing Act(0)

While publicly Saudi Arabia may not like Iran’s warning that the Kingdom should not make up for lost Tehran oil production, privately the Kingdom won’t mind as that keeps oil prices well above their budget target of USD90.

For now Saudi Arabia is pumping oil at historically high levels, as Iranian exports drop. U.K.‐based Oil Movements forecasts that sailings from the Middle East may rise 300,000 barrels per day (bpd) above Decemb`er levels. READ MORE HERE

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Saudi Spending To Exceed 2012 Budget, But Surplus Likely: Fitch Saudi Spending To Exceed 2012 Budget, But Surplus Likely: Fitch(0)

January 8, 2012

By Fitch Ratings

Spending by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in 2012 will likely be higher than budgeted, but the country will still run a fiscal surplus of 4% of GDP, says Fitch Ratings.

Spending growth will moderate in 2012 compared with last year. In 2011, spending growth reached 24%, the highest in a decade. The government raised public sector wages, created government jobs, injected capital into state-owned lenders and pledged more resources for housing. Capital spending – mainly on infrastructure – exceeded 12% of GDP.
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MENA 2012 Outlook: Oil Exporting Countries MENA 2012 Outlook: Oil Exporting Countries(0)

In the first part of the 2012 regional economic prospects, a look at oil-rich countries’ efforts to manage their citizens’ expectations, economic slowdown and regional and domestic political upheavals in the New Year.

The year 2011 was probably the most unexpected for the Middle East in decades with  not just the magnitude of changes unravelling in the region, but also the sheer number of those cataclysmic changes. READ MORE HERE

MENA Projects: Saudi Arabia Still the Driving Force; UAE Slowdown Continues MENA Projects: Saudi Arabia Still the Driving Force; UAE Slowdown Continues(0)

Excerpt from Citibank report:

In October this year, $16.9bn of projects were awarded across MENA. On a cumulative basis, just over $82bn of projects have been awarded across the region in the year to end October. This compares favourably with FY10 when almost $80bn of projects were awarded. Saudi Arabia is the main driving force accounting for a third of the 2011 total. Iraq accounts for 20%.The UAE has awarded almost $14bn in the year to end October, almost $20bn below FY10.
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Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the UAE are among the world’s 25 Rapid Growth Markets: Ernst & Young Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the UAE are among the world’s 25 Rapid Growth Markets: Ernst & Young(0)

• 25 Rapid Growth Markets (RGMs) to grow by an average of 6.2% this year and by 5.9% in 2012, compared with 1.6% growth for the Eurozone this year falling to 0.6% next year.

• Qatar had the highest nominal GDP (US$) per capita at PPP in 2010 among the 25 RGMs and has also been the fastest growing economy over the last decade, with an average growth of 13%.

The dynamics of the global economy have changed with a new set of fast-growing markets challenging the position of the established advanced economies. The rapid growth markets (RGMs) are expected to grow collectively by 6.2% this year, almost four times more than the anemic growth expected in the Eurozone according to Ernst & Young’s new quarterly Rapid Growth Markets Forecast (RGMF).
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Will 2011 Be The Best Year For Gulf Banks? Will 2011 Be The Best Year For Gulf Banks?(0)

While their global counterparts slash and burn, Gulf banks are collectively set for their best year – ever — according to KAMCO.

While major blue-chip banks across the world are cutting back, shedding staff, deleveraging and recoiling at the thought of major sovereign defaults in Euroland, Gulf banks have quietly bulked up. Their prudence has allowed them to escape much of the crisis facing the global financial services industry, and they have benefited from great government support that has ensured they lived through the soul-crushing global financial crisis of 2008. READ MORE HERE
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Top Gulf Stock Picks By United Securities Top Gulf Stock Picks By United Securities(0)
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Muscat-based United Securities has turned cautiously optimistic on the recent developments by global markets to contain the debt crises and on the back of better than expectation Q3 results in some market sectors.
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Ten OPEC Forecasts Ten OPEC Forecasts(0)
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Read the ten major forecasts from Opec’s latest World Oil Outlook, ranging from the challenges and prospects for oil developers to the intense competition they will face over the next 25 years.  READ MORE HERE

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The World’s Most Powerful Arabs: A Forbes List The World’s Most Powerful Arabs: A Forbes List(0)

Saudi King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz is the sixth most powerful Arab in the world, according to Forbes list of 70 Most Powerful People. Who else from the MidEast World made the list? And who else should have been. READ MORE HERE

9 Challenges Facing The New Crown Prince Of Saudi Arabia 9 Challenges Facing The New Crown Prince Of Saudi Arabia(0)

The Saudi Press Agency announced the widely-expected news that King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has chosen Prince Nayef bin Abdulaziz Al Saud as Crown Prince and appointed him as Deputy Premier and Minister of Interior.
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RT Video: Allegations Against Iran – ‘Murder Plot Bizarre Comedy Show’ RT Video: Allegations Against Iran – ‘Murder Plot Bizarre Comedy Show’(0)

The allegations against two Iranians soliciting a Mexican drug cartel to assasinate the Saudi Ambassador to the United States has been received with widespread skepticism:
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Iran-Saudi Tensions Escalate After Alleged Assasination Attempt Iran-Saudi Tensions Escalate After Alleged Assasination Attempt(1)

The alleged involvement of Iranians in a plot to kill the Saudi ambassador in the United States adds another layer of uncertainty in the region and escalation of tension between Riyadh and Tehran.

It doesn’t take long for sunny Middle East to turn dark.
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No Saudi Real Estate Boom, Only A Slow Burn No Saudi Real Estate Boom, Only A Slow Burn(0)

The Saudi real estate sector has not exactly gone gangbusters. When the Saudi King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud announced in March a number of measures to stimulate the sector and make housing more affordable, it was expected to be the cue for explosive growth in the real estate market.

Instead, it is a slow burn. Investment bank Rasmala expects the Saudi real estate story seems to be on a positive trajectory. “However, we expect mid single digit increases in house prices over the next two years.” READ MORE HERE

Is The Saudi Government (Unwittingly) Undermining Nitaqat? Is The Saudi Government (Unwittingly) Undermining Nitaqat?(1)

While the new Saudi nationalisation programme has great merits, the  state’s coddling of public sector employees means the private sector is  finding it hard to attract the local workforce. READ MORE HERE

China’s Hard Landing Will Hurt Middle East Economic Prospects China’s Hard Landing Will Hurt Middle East Economic Prospects(0)

The EU and the US economies are not the only headaches for Middle East economies. China’s faltering economy could also hurt the region’s growth prospects.

As the advanced economies were contracting and falling behind earlier in the year, the Gulf and the wider MENA states were hoping Chinese and wider Asian demand to ensure their oil production finding eager buyers. READ MORE HERE
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Outlook For UAE Darkens; Gulf Not Immune Either: Deutsche Bank Outlook For UAE Darkens; Gulf Not Immune Either: Deutsche Bank(0)

The UAE which is more aligned than other regional states to global economic  cycles, saw its PMI fall from 57.5 in April to 51.0 in July, suggesting that that any further deterioration in global economies will be felt more in the UAE compared to other Gulf states, says Deutsche Bank. READ MORE HERE

Why The Arab Spring May Yet Come To Saudi Arabia Why The Arab Spring May Yet Come To Saudi Arabia(1)

It was an unlikely public display of affection. Close to 2,000 Syrian expatriates gathered on the streets of Jeddah, carrying Saudi flags and pictures of the Saudi King to thank him for criticising Syrian President Bashar Al Assad and demanding an end to his wretched violence against his own people.

In an unusually frank criticism, the King demanded that Al-Assad end the violence against his own people, breaking the silence in the Arab World over one of the biggest atrocities being committed within the region.

But, “as a number of Saudi youths started joining the gathering [of Syrian expatriates], police intervened and dispersed the people peacefully,” reported Arab News. READ MORE HERE

How The S&P Downgrade Impacts the Gulf States How The S&P Downgrade Impacts the Gulf States(0)

The Standard & Poor’s  downgrade of the U.S. economy was the great unthinkable just a few months ago. They are now a stark reality. While the short-term impact may not be immediate – save for market gyrations, it is long-term implications are clear: the U.S. economy is no longer the safest, the most dynamic and the most enduring in the world, and U.S. Treasuries – may be not tomorrow but certainly over time – will no longer the safe havens everybody counted on.

The Gulf states which have aligned itself to the U.S. Dollar in more ways than one, also need to think radically outside their dollar-filled box. While, don’t expect Gulf states to publicly speak negatively about the U.S. economy or the dollar, one certainly hopes that behind closed doors, there is a concerted hope to realign the regional economies to the new realities. READ MORE HERE
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Saudi breakeven oil price to hit $321, if spending pattern continues: analyst Saudi breakeven oil price to hit $321, if spending pattern continues: analyst(0)

Forget Arab Spring. If Saudi Arabia’s spending patterns and economic policies don’t change, it could be staring at a breakeven oil price of an astonishing $320 a barrel by 2030, says Jadwa.

With $562-billion in net foreign asset, the second largest oil reserves in the world after Venezuela (according to the latest Opec bulletin), and the second largest oil output in the world after Russia – Saudi Arabia’s future looks rosy and solid. READ MORE HERE

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