Gold rose on Friday as chart levels were broken, but was still heading for its first weekly fall in four, pressured by a stronger dollar and renewed expectations for a US rate hike this year.
Spot gold climbed 0.8 per cent to $1,2
Bahrain’s national carrier Gulf Air's losses this year are expected to be less than a quarter of what they were just three years ago.
Transportation and Telecommunications Minister Kamal Ahmed told MPs yesterday (April 7
Gold fell on Friday, snapping a seven-day rally as the dollar rebounded after Federal Reserve officials signalled they remained on track to raise rates this year, but the metal still looked set to post its second straight weekly gain.
Qatar's Ooredoo forecasts its revenue will fall by as much as three per cent in 2015 and core earnings will drop by a similar margin, a presentation by the telecommunications operator on its website shows.
Ooredoo, which has e
The steep fall in energy prices will hit investment in oil and gas projects worldwide and the industry may cancel about $1 trillion of planned projects globally in the next couple of years, a senior Saudi Aramco executive has said.
Oil prices fell for a second day on Thursday (February 19), after the US government reported another record high in crude inventories, but prices bounced sharply off session lows on relief the builds were less than an industry group had estimate
British engineer Rolls-Royce has warned profits this year could fall by as much as 13 per cent on top of an eight per cent drop last year, saying the low oil price had increased uncertainty for many of its markets and customers.
Falling oil prices will take their toll on Bahrain's budget for at least two years, the Cabinet heard yesterday (February 9).
Guidelines for the proposed blueprint (2015-2016) yesterday took centre stage at the weekly session,
Tata Motors, India's biggest automaker by revenue, posted a fall in quarterly profit, missing analyst estimates, due to losses in its domestic business, unfavourable foreign exchange rates and a dip in sales at its Jaguar Land Rover unit.
There is a growing need for energy conservation in the refining sector due to falling oil prices, Bahrain’s Energy Minister Dr Abdulhussain Mirza said yesterday (February 3).
He was speaking after opening the "Options f