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RIYADH/DUBAI: State-owned oil giant Saudi Aramco's initial public offering (IPO) will be the biggest in history, but will fall short of the towering $2 trillion valuation long sought by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
AMSTERDAM: Russia has refused a Dutch request to hand over a suspect in the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, in violation of European law, prosecutors said on Monday.
THE HAGUE: In a legal victory for Ukraine, the United Nations' top court for disputes between states said on Friday it would hear a lawsuit filed by Ukraine against Russia for allegedly supporting pro-Russian separatists, rejecting Moscow's call for the case to be thrown out.
DUBAI: For the second straight year, the risks of doing business in Saudi Arabia are pushing their way onto the agenda of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Salman’s glittering investment showcase.
MUMBAI: Nearly 300,000 employees of Indian state-run banks went on strike on Tuesday against government plans to consolidate the sector through mergers as part of efforts to ensure stronger balance sheets.
RIYADH: Nawaf Abdel-Aziz has never put any money into the stock market before, but he says buying shares in the world’s most profitable company is a no-brainer.
LOS ANGELES: Jeff Wlodarczak has been one of Netflix Inc’s biggest advocates on Wall Street since he took over coverage of the company at Pivotal Research Group in 2015. Over four years, he never wavered from recommending the stock, and this summer the analyst predicted the streaming giant would eventually be worth more than US$200 billion.
SYDNEY: Australia and the Netherlands said on Wednesday they will pursue criminal prosecutions for those responsible for the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 that killed 298 people even if it takes many years.
DUBAI: The weekend drone attacks on Saudi Aramco’s oil facilities came just as the company prepares to meet investors for a potential initial public offering.
DUBAI/ LONDON: Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is tapping its upper echelons to navigate a notoriously complicated region where it has stumbled of late: the Middle East.