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The West Texas Intermediate for February delivery lost 61 cents to $47.62 a barrel. Brent crude for February delivery decreased 43 cents to $50.86 a barrel
Many European countries and US states are tightening coronavirus restrictions. Analysts expect oil prices to come under pressure in the first half of 2021
Oil prices drop came amid a spike of new coronavirus infections in some major economies forced renewed restrictions or a delay of unwinding lockdowns.
Oil prices plunged as West Texas Intermediate for September delivery fell $1.35 to$39.92 a barrel, while Brent crude lost 81 cents to $42.94 a barrel
West Texas Intermediate for September delivery settled at $41.07 a barrel, while Brent crude oil for September delivery was down to close at $43.31 a barrel
Meanwhile, Brent crude oil for September delivery advanced 1.04 dollars to close at 44.32 dollars a barrel on the London ICE Futures Exchange.
Oil prices fell as WTI for June delivery dropped $0.57 to $23.99 a barrel, while Brent crude for July decreased $1.25 to $29.72 dollars a barrel
Oil prices were also supported as data showed a smaller-than-expected build in US stockpiles
US oil prices posted a record weekly loss of 32.3% based on June contract.The biggest weekly percentage loss on record based on most-active contracts
Ramakrishnan anticipates drop in tourism, transportation
How will ongoing oil tension impact MENA region?
Increase in revenues came mainly from energy sector due to rise in international oil prices, pound flotation
Price hikes further pressures on Egypt’s budget, each $1 increase in price would cost the country EGP 4bn
Hikes threaten target deficit, says Omar
The new president of America is expected to promote trade agreements between Egypt and US, says economics professor
GCC countries will continue to struggle with economic, financial, and foreign challenges, Dyck says
The global drop in oil prices has led to a decline in Egypt’s export proceeds by $3.7bn during the first nine months of fiscal year (FY) 2015/2016, according to the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE). In its balance of payments (BOP) report issued on Sunday, the CBE revealed that commodity exports have reached $13.4bn from …
In response to continued low oil prices, the Nigerian Central Bank floated its currency Monday and the naira subsequently lost over a third of its value. Some are praising the move as positive for Nigerians.
EFG Hermes One on One aims to provide a suitable platform to review the most promising investment opportunities and developments in the economic markets in the Middle East and North Africa, representing one of the largest investment events of its kind in the region
Expectations that EGX record an increase in Sunday’s session of up to 5,800 points with support from increase in oil prices to $32.18 per barrel
Egypt will work on increasing its oil imports to make use of Brent’s price decrease, says official
The rapid decrease in oil prices has caused widespread fear in the Gulf states. Far-reaching economic reforms are inevitable. The question is, can reforms work in an absolute monarchy? In the Gulf states, numerous savings measures are currently under way. In the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait, subsidies were reduced, and fuel prices were raised. …
Rating agency Moody’s expects that lower oil prices in FY 2014/2015 will reduce fuel expenses to around EGP 70bn compared to EGP 100bn in the original budget
Although Al-Ahwani denied any consultations during these spring meetings regarding a loan from the IMF to Egypt, she referred to its possibility in case Egypt needs it
By Masood Ahmed Iraq is facing a “double shock” from the self-proclaimed Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) insurgency and the global plunge in oil prices. While the new government led by Prime Minister Haidar Al- Abadi was formed with the express objective of dealing with the insurgency and addressing the humanitarian disaster it …
Investment ministry hopes to restructure business sector in preparation for tender operations on stock market, bringing them out of the red
50% decline in costs of Gulf oil aid to Egypt due to sharp decline in world oil prices
Chairman of the Energy Committee of the FEI expects energy investments to decline and concerns of Arab investments may lead to decrease in investments
Total market losses so far at EGP 48bn, while gains amount to EGP 5.9bn
A further drop in oil prices results in additional losses for the Egyptian capital market