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|Don't look now but it appears that it's not just COVID-19 seeing a second wave. Saudi Arabia is also taking a second bite on oil price discounting. Bloomberg reports that, Saudi Arabia's state producer, Saudi Aramco, has cut its key Arab ...|
|A consortium including Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund (PIF) has withdrawn its £300 million takeover of English Premier League team Newcastle United Football Club. The buyer consortium also included PCP Capital Partners and Reuben Brothers and ...|
|... US states have either deferred re-opening or reimposed lockdown restrictions. China, Germany, South Korea, Iran, Saudi Arabia and more recently, Spain (among others), have re-imposed shutdown measures in certain coronavirus hotspots. The first wave has ...|
|... of 88 mb/d, as the OPEC+ agreement takes effect and production declines elsewhere. For some OPEC countries, e.g. Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the UAE, lower May production is from record highs in April. Led by the United States and Canada, April supplies ...|
|... gradually relaxing restrictions. Among them: Australia, New Zealand, India, Italy, Spain, Germany, Greece, Iran and Saudi Arabia. China, of course, ended its lockdown weeks earlier (7 April). While unlocking lockdowns prematurely could prompt a resurgence ...|
|... agreeing to cut oil production at their March 6 meeting, "OPEC+" talks collapsed due to Russia's dissent and Saudi Arabia announcing an increase in production in production and offering discounts to its oil customers instead. The drop in oil prices ...|
|Global markets, already feeling the burn from the spreading COVID-19 virus, have tumbled further, after Saudi Arabia sparked an oil price war which saw oil futures plunge more than 30%. Nearly $140 billion was wiped from the S&P/ASX 200 yesterday, as ...|
|... agreeing to cut oil production at their March 6 meeting, OPEC+ talks collapsed (due to Russia's dissent) and Saudi Arabia announcing an increase in production and offering discounts to its oil customers instead. The drop in oil prices should be a ...|
|... be hit as commodity prices fall due to reduced demand from China. Likely examples include exporters such as Chile, Saudi Arabia and Brazil." On the other hand, Eaton Vance said countries like the Dominican Republic and Mexico that have fewer direct economic ...|
|... the first half of 2020. Finance ministers and central bank governors from G20 nations - recently meeting in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia - also acknowledged the serious risk to global growth posed by COVID-19 and pledged "stand ready to take further action to ...|
David Orford's Optimum Pensions has signed a five-year exclusive agreement with Generation Life to bring its retirement income product to the market.
The poor quality of group insurance data is conducive to administrative blunders that are notoriously difficult to rectify, according to Rice Warner.
As new investors turned to exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to cash in on the market volatility and consequent recovery in 2020, the industry reaped the benefits breaking several records, new research shows.
HUB24 picked up $1.7 billion net inflows, 24 new licensee agreements and 113 advisers in the December quarter.
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