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15th March 2018 – Saudi Arabia Increase Interest Rates
Saudi Arabia’s central bank raises interest rates by 0.25 percent. It lifted its repo rate to 2.25 percent and its reverse repo rate to 1.75 percent.
25th February 2018 – Saudi Arabia Inflation Jumps In January
Inflation is Saudi Arabia leapt upwards following the government’s price rises aimed at increasing revenues. The General Statistics Authority GSA reports a 3 percent inflation rate year-on-year in January.
Examples of Saudi Arabian government induced price rises include tobacco, petrol, electricity costs, soft drinks and increased fees on expatriates.
Saudi Arabia has had national budget deficits every year since 2014 and needs to find new ways of raising income given the long-term malaise in global oil prices.
1st October 2017 Saudi Arabia’s economy contracted in the first two quarters of 2017
General Authority for Statistics figures show that gross domestic product shrank by 2.3% in the second quarter compared with the first three months of 2017, mainly over low oil prices and less production.
GDP in the first quarter contracted by 3.7 percent compared with the last quarter of 2016.
Saudi Arabia, the world’s top oil exporter and the largest economy in the Middle East, has taken a series of austerity measures since oil prices collapsed in mid-2014.
Until 2014, oil income made up more than 90% of public revenues.
The Saudi economy is likely to contract in 2017 for the first time since the global financial crisis in 2008. The International Monetary Fund IMF has forecast that the country’s economy will grow by just 0.1 percent this fiscal year, down from 1.7 percent in 2016 and 3.4 percent the previous year.
20th February 2017 – Saudi Arabia Stock Exchange
Saudi Arabia’s stock exchange has appointed a woman to the position of chairperson (CEO) for the first time in the kingdom’s history.
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20th February 2017 – USA Defence Secretary Says America Doesn’t Want Iraqi Oil
James Mattis landed in Iraq and said, “We’re not in Iraq to seize anybody’s oil.” Mattis is in Baghdad to find out the current risks in Iraq and understand what USA and Iraq have to face together.
Currently USA is leading a coalition of armed forces like Australia, Canada and UK in support of the Iraq government fighting to recover western Mosul from Daesh. Eastern Mosul has already been retaken by Iraq forces.
— Risk Management (@HolisticRiskMgt) May 24, 2017
8th January 2017 – Iran Delivery First New Airbus
IranAir will take delivery of it’s first new passenger jet under nuclear sanctions deal this week. It already has technical ownership of plane, but physical delivery has yet to be arranged.
Iran has already placed orders for over 200 new planes from Airbus and Boeing to go into operation.
2nd December 2016 Does USA Senate Vote Threaten #IranDeal
— Risk Management (@HolisticRiskMgt) December 2, 2016
8th October 2017 – Qatar’s Economy Suffering
Qatar’s government has announced measures to help private sector businesses as its economy if adversely affected by sanctions imposed by other Arab states.
Rents are being cut, loan repayments are being suspended and measures are being take to force companies to buy locally not internationally.
Egypt on a roll: World’s largest solar plant, regional energy hub, thriving economy https://t.co/HfO044HOAR #Egypt #EgyptNews #EgyptReport #EgyptBusiness #EgyptEconomy #MiddleEast #MiddleEastNews pic.twitter.com/YsTZsd6rGj
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