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Posted: 10-08-2011
INTERNATIONAL. Saudi Arabia pumped the most oil in three decades last month, reaching 9.8 million barrels a day and boosting OPEC production, the International Energy Agency said. Increased output in Angola helped replace lower supply in Libya. Daily supply from the 11 Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries members bound by quotas rose to 27.37 million barrels a day in July from 27.22 million in June, the Paris-based IEA said today in its monthly oil market report. “Output has regained levels close to those seen before the Libyan crisis, although OPEC spare capacity now stands at
Posted: March 1, 2015
INTERNATIONAL. China returned from their week long new year celebrations while the dollar resumed its ascent on a combination of stronger US data and the soon-to-begin period of quantitative easing in Europe.
Posted: February 26, 2015
UAE. Global energy group Total will blend and market an original brand of oil products targeting the construction machinery sector across the Middle East.
Posted: February 26, 2015
BAHRAIN. During an interview with Euromoney Conferences, John Sfakianakis the GCC Regional Director at Ashmore Group, said the milestone decision to liberalise the Saudi Tadawul Index is extremely significant as investors will be able to gain exposure to a formidable oil economy by investing in its market.
Posted: February 22, 2015
INTERNATIOINAL. US oil supply and production at multi-decade high; Will Cushing run out capacity before production begins to slow? Gold fails to reach safe territory above $1,220/oz.
Posted: February 20, 2015
INTERNATIONAL. According to PwC's "Fit for $50 oil in Africa" analysis, Africa has seen substantial successes in the exploration for hydrocarbons over the last decade.
Posted: February 18, 2015
SAUDI ARABIA. Detailed study of the Kingdom's water reuse recommends four major policy options including education and outreach, removing barriers, incentives and mandates and regulation.
Posted: February 16, 2015
INTERNATIONAL. Charts often cloudy on true performance of futures contracts; Contango trap has played havoc with crude oil prices for past 6 months
Posted: February 14, 2015
KUWAIT. Kuwait has built up large fiscal and external net asset positions over many years, which will help it weather the current fall in the oil price; Outlook stable.
Posted: February 14, 2015
QATAR. We do not expect oil prices to recover much further in 2015, averaging around USD56/b for the full year. Falling investment spending by oil companies should begin to have an impact on production by 2016-17.
Posted: February 14, 2015
INTERNATIONAL. Known for his public prediction of US$50 oil in 2012 and his NY Times best-selling book THE MILLIONAIRE DROPOUT, Vince Stanzione has had a history of uncannily accurate market predictions.
Posted: February 12, 2015
INTERNATIONAL. The major oil exporting countries are likely to experience the biggest effects because of the large role oil typically plays in their economies, external trade, and fiscal position
Posted: February 12, 2015
QATAR. The decline in oil prices has a moderate negative impact on Qatar's economic growth outlook; S&P forecast the real GDP growth rate to average about 4% in 2015-2018, supported the non-oil sector.
Posted: February 11, 2015
BAHRAIN. Given expenditure constraints, S&P now expect that Bahrain's fiscal deficit will deteriorate markedly, averaging 5.5% of GDP over 2015-2017, versus 3.8% of GDP in its December 2014 review; Outlook negative.
Posted: February 11, 2015
OMAN. The decline in oil prices has a significant impact on the outlook for Oman's fiscal and external positions, given its high dependence on oil, according to S&P.
Posted: February 8, 2015
INTERNATIONAL. Brent rally best two-week run in 17 years, but volatility in oil hits six-year high; After rangebound trading, gold tumbles on strong US NFP report.

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date:Posted: March 2, 2015
UAE. Paul Sharma explores the changing regulatory landscape at Capital Club Dubai: "Simply complying with the rules is, while still fundamental, no longer the main concern. What regulators are now more concerned with is whether or not an institution's actions present a risk to their regulatory objectives."
date:Posted: March 1, 2015
INTERNATIONAL. China returned from their week long new year celebrations while the dollar resumed its ascent on a combination of stronger US data and the soon-to-begin period of quantitative easing in Europe.
date:Posted: March 1, 2015
QATAR. The risk of a Greek exit is remote, but even if it happens, it poses less risks to the global economy than it did in 2012; Other items to dominate the foreseeable global economic agenda.
UAE. Paul Sharma explores the changing regulatory landscape at Capital Club Dubai: "Simply complying with the rules is, while still fundamental, no longer the main concern. What regulators are now more concerned with is whether or not an institution's actions present a risk to their regulatory objectives."
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