Saudi International Petrochemical Co (Sipchem) said its performance and growth plans remain on track despite the recent decision to end merger talks with Sahara Petrochemical.
The duo said on Sunday they had decided to postpone me
Oil giant Saudi Aramco said its downstream investments would exceed $100 billion over the next decade, as global demand for oil rises by a quarter in the next 25 years.
"Globally, these investments will exceed $100 billion ov
State-owned Oman Oil Refineries and Petroleum Industries Co (Orpic) said it had awarded two contracts for construction of a $3.6 billion plastics production complex, the Liwa Plastics Project.
Engineers India of New Delhi will ope
Saudi Basic Industries Corp (Sabic), one of the world's largest petrochemical groups and the Gulf's biggest listed firm, reported a 5.7 per cent rise in fourth-quarter net income, missing analysts' forecasts.
Saudi shares ended higher on Saturday, lifted by gains in the petrochemical and banking sectors. The all-share added one per cent to hit 7,010 points and the petrochemical index added 0.7 per cent to 6,090 points.
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Saudi stocks closed slightly higher on Saturday after the government announced a 2013 state budget which analysts said was likely to support continued strong economic growth next year.
The market declined early on in response to a
Saudi shares closed flat on Saturday at 6,888 points as gains in banking stocks were offset by losses in the petrochemical index.
The banking index ended 0.1 per cent higher at 15,153 points and the petrochemical index ended 0.2 p
Saudi stocks closed lower on Saturday, dragged down by losses in petrochemical and banking sectors. The all-share ended 0.9 percent lower at 6,774 points.
The petrochemical index ended 0.8 per cent lower at 5,964 points. Petrochemical gian
Saudi stocks opened up on Saturday, with increases for the main petrochemical and banking stocks, buoyed by gains in world energy and equity markets.
The all share index climbed 0.8 percent in early trading, with gains of one per cent as b
Saudi Arabia's bourse closed down 0.7 per cent after making early gains, with falls in both the banking and petrochemical sectors, the two largest in the exchange.
In early trading the all-share reached 7,080 points from a start of 7,0