Russia’s No 2 oil company said the Opec+ alliance of producers should stick together for good, voicing an opinion at odds with some of its domestic competitors.
The US plans to pursue its first free trade agreement with a country in sub-Saharan Africa as soon as it decides on the most suitable candidate, according to the US Assistant Secretary of State for Africa.
One of Britain’s biggest fund managers started selling shares in Exxon Mobil Corp, saying America’s largest oil company isn’t doing enough to address climate change.
More than 8mn homes lie abandoned across Japan, a symptom of the declining population and its migration to major cities.
Southeast Asian leaders agreed yesterday to work together on the region’s economy and security to strengthen their position to face growing US-China tensions, as they wrapped up their summit in Bangkok.
The dollar is poised to slide into a “modest bear market” as Treasury yields collapse on the back of the Federal Reserve’s dovish pivot.
The US put five more Chinese tech entities on a trade blacklist just days ahead of a high-stakes summit between President Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping even as it offered a quiet olive branch by postponing a potentially provocative speech.
Dish Network Corp chairman Charlie Ergen has managed to become a central character in T-Mobile US Inc’s yearlong quest to take over Sprint Corp, and he might have US regulators right where he wants them.
Dr Yury Sentyurin was invited to attend the recent high-level G20 debates in Karuizawa, Japan, and present the forum’s expertise and knowledge to the global professional community
The Abdullah Bin Hamad Al-Attiyah International Foundation for Energy & Sustainable Development will host global experts at its CEO Roundtable Series in Doha on June 27, which will focus on the changing trends in the petrochemicals industry
The Qatar Stock Exchange on Sunday snapped three days of bullish run and its key index lost more than 137 points, mainly dragged insurance, banking, consumer goods and industrials equities.
Aamal, which is one of Qatar’s largest, most diversified and fastest-growing companies, is looking to grow either organically or through new acquisitions as its vision is to be recognised as a “leader and innovator” in all the industry sectors in which it operates.