LONDON: The Royal Bank of Scotland has accepted that it got its sums wrong over the European Banking Authority stress tests last month.
Prince Saud bin Naif, governor of the Eastern Province, will patronize the sixth Saudi International Exhibition for Oil and Gas, starting in Dhahran on Monday.
TOKYO: Tokyo investors are likely to be cautious this week about a possible market downturn, analysts said, while political developments in Japan will be a focus ahead of an election next month.
Peter Ramsauer, chief of the German-Arab Chamber of Commerce and Industry, has held high-level talks on strengthening bilateral cooperation in Riyadh.
LONDON: The Bank of England has opened a formal investigation into the possible manipulation of money-market auctions held at the start of the financial crisis and whether its officials were involved,
CAIRO: Egypt hopes to attract investment of $10-$12 billion in 20 projects, including in energy, transport and water, at a major conference in mid-March, the minister for international cooperation sai
Notis Mitarachi, vice minister for development and competitiveness of Greece, will be visiting Riyadh on Monday and Tuesday (Nov.
LONDON: British insurer Aviva said it had agreed terms on a possible deal to buy rival Friends Life for 5.6 billion pounds ($8.8 billion) as British pension reforms put pressure on insurance companies
Riyadh International Catering Corporation (RICC), McDonald’s franchise rights owner and operator in the Kingdom, is thrilled with the global food giant earning top spot on 2014 brand simplicity index
Hamriyah Free Zone Authority (HFZA) has decided to install continuous and portable ambient air quality monitoring stations in the Free Zone to monitor the levels of air pollution at all times.
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