Oil prices rise in Asia
Oil prices go up as traders welcome assurances from central banks worldwide that they are ready to step in to prevent global rout following Brexit.
Alstom-led consortium awarded $2.88 billion Dubai metro extension
Fitch downgrades Bahrain's credit rating
Saudi Arabia, UAE downplay Brexit impact on banking sector
Oman raises $2.5 billion in bonds to meet budget deficit
Oil prices rebound after six-session sell-off
Iran Air taken off EU safety blacklist
Saudi opens retail sector to greater foreign investment
Abu Dhabi seeks $6.5bn in row with Malaysia's 1MDB
Oil prices fall around one percent in Asia
Kuwait orders probe into scrapped deal with US Dow Chemical
Turkey economy grows 4.8 percent in first quarter
Bahrain's Gulf Air cuts losses by more than 60%
Saudi officially endorses economic plan away from oil
Saudi finalises economic diversification plan
Uber deal marks more aggressive Saudi investment drive
OPEC to keep oil gushing
Oil prices flat ahead of OPEC meeting
Venezuela casts doubt on 'success' of OPEC strategy
Iran seeks to amend new oil contracts
France announces $500 million upgrade for Libya oil site
Recovery in oil price eases pressure on OPEC
Kuwait earmarks $115 billion to spend on oil projects
Number of foreigners visiting Turkey dives by 30% in April
Oil prices dip in Asia
Brent rises past $50 a barrel
Egypt loses tourists to Spain over fears of violence
Turkey central bank cuts interest rates
Abu Dhabi oil giant cuts thousands of jobs
Oil prices ease after push toward $50 a barrel
European banks remain reluctant to work in Iran
Trade resumes at main Tunisia-Libya crossing
Saudi Arabia suffers fresh cut to credit rating
Demand for oil to grow at Ďsolidí rate in 2016
Abu Dhabi sees strong investor interest in $5 billion bond offer
Saudi Arabia gives Spanish firms extra time to finish high-speed railway
Security concerns take heavy toll on Turkish Airlines
OPEC chief expects oil market recovery to continue
Syria leans on exchange bureaus to boost plummeting pound
Emiratesí annual net profit surged 56%
Open-ended strike of Kuwait oil workers slashes output
Oil workers union chief Saif al-Qahtani says production is partially halted without clarifying which sites had been affected.
Iraq PM calls for legal measures over oil bribery scandal
Abadi instructs anti-corruption commission to take legal action, calls for judiciary to pursue prosecutions connected to scandal.
Al-Jazeera sheds around 500 jobs as part of Ďoptimisation initiativeí
After management review, Ďaround 500 positions worldwide will be impacted, majority of which are in Qatar.í
Once-mighty Hariri firm struggles to survive in Saudi Arabia
Informed source says poor management Ďis one of main problemsí at Saudi Oger, but this has been compounded by economic challenges.
Egypt taxi drivers protest against Uber service
Taxi drivers complain that Uber drivers have unfair advantage because they do not have to pay same kind of taxes or fees.
Iran sentences billionaire tycoon to death over corruption
Babak Zanjani is convicted of fraud and economic crimes, as well as facing death penalty he must repay money to state.
Iran, Turkey set target of $30 billion for annual trade
Visiting Iranian capital, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu meets Iran's first vice president Eshaq Jahangiri.
Egypt President opens Africa economic summit
Economic summit attended by African leaders and businessmen aims to boost trade and investment across continent.
Dubai sees number of visitors surge by 7.5% in 2015
Rise comes despite slowing economic growth in many markets and strong exchange rate of dirham against euro and other currencies.
Qatar records highest number of visitors in 2015
Tourism Authority says almost three million people visited Qatar in 2015, a record number for energy-rich Gulf country.
Eiffel Tower gets fewer visitors after devastating terror attacks
Iron Lady of Paris receives 6.91 million visitors in 2015 compared with 7.1 million in 2014, according to company that runs monument.