Oil prices fall after huge rally
Investment analyst at Phillip Futures in Singapore says investors ‘remain wary of volatile week ahead.’
Eni discovers ‘supergiant’ gas field inside Egypt territorial waters
Kuwait summons Iran envoy over disputed gas field
Gulf stocks rise after panic sell-off over oil prices
US crude oil tumbles to lowest level since 2009 in opening trade
Like others in Europe, Ukraine wants to improve ties with Iran
Fire forces Kuwait's third-largest refinery shutdown
Emirates launch longest flight to Panama
OPEC raises oil demand forecast despite bearish markets
Fitch grades Iraq B-
Egypt leader to inaugurate 'new Suez Canal'
South Sudan symbol of freedom in jeopardy
Djibouti launches airline, backed by Iron Maidan lead singer
British oil company investigated for Somalia corruption
Iran needs 80 to 90 planes a year to renovate ageing fleet
Cash-strapped Tunisia's Syphax airline grounds flights
Syrian Kurds refine oil for themselves for first time
Thomas Cook warns Tunisia attacks affect annual results
Egypt's gift to the world: Suez Canal Axis
Zain telecom Q2 profit slumps over unrest in some Arab countries
UAE hikes petrol prices, cuts diesel
Kuwait awards $11.5 bn contracts for new refinery
Kuwait urges Saudi to resume output at disputed oil field
Oil prices hurt by poor Chinese, US data
Mylan foundation to block hostile takeover bid from Israel's Teva
UAE to liberalise fuel prices from August
Kuwait ups new oil refinery budget
Investors eager to exploit Iran economy
Tunisia President calls for pardon of corruption people
Kuwait NBK Q2 net profit rises on projects growth
Blaze erupts at bombed Yemeni oil refinery
Oil prices steady awaiting Iran deal
OPEC predicts increase in global oil demand growth in 2016
Iran trade with GCC set to improve but oil spat looms
Oil prices soar on China, Greece
Kuwait financial reserves hit record $592 billion
After ‘turbulence,’ oil rebounds on bargain-hunting
Ryanair to start flying to Israel from November 2015
S&P predicts sharp decline in issuance of Islamic bonds
Syria pistachio production plunges 50% in 2014
Asian, Saudi owners dust off Madrid Ritz
New owners from Hong Kong and Saudi Arabia now plan to revive glory of Madrid's Ritz hotel by spending 90 million euros on its makeover.
Syria parliament approves deal on Iran line credit
Credit line will be the third that Tehran has extended to Damascus since conflict erupted in March 2011.
Gazan software firm growing despite Israel blockade
Luzu, co-founder of Unit One, says his company now employs 89 people, mostly women, deals with his clients through Skype.
Qatar signs deal for 24 French Rafale fighter jets
Separate deal will see France train 36 Qatari pilots and around 100 mechanical engineers, as well as intelligence officers.
Closure of last overland route chokes off Lebanon exports
As peak harvest seasons draw closer, exporters and truckers are hoping for speedy solution to problem.
At time of war, cigar business launched in Syria
State-run General Tobacco Company launches locally-made cigar business in Latakia in bid to create desperately needed jobs, boost revenue.
Battle for Libya oil wealth takes on new dimensions
NOC says it will continue to operate from Tripoli, and will ‘remain independent institution that operates outside political disputes.’
Long-awaited trial throws spotlight on oil and corruption in Algeria
Charges include influence peddling, inflating contract prices, money laundering and generally skimming off millions of dollars in bribes.
Saudi business initiative sowing its seeds
Business incubation programme ‘Badir’ brews business success in Saudi Arabia as part of efforts to diversify economy.
Most secure way to hold savings in Turkey: In gold they trust
Gold is hugely prized in Turkey not just for ornamentation or investment by banks but as secure way for private individuals to hold their savings.
Land of true Arabian culture hopes to boost selective tourism
From desert camping to luxury hotels, Oman is hoping to carve out a place on global tourist track.