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Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman to discuss reform drive in visits to China, Japan

Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman to discuss reform drive in vi...

Prince Mohammed bin Salman's plan which envisages state spending of around 270 billion riyals ($72 billion) in the next five years on projects to diversify the economy. DNA, 9 hours ago

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Trade Arabia

Saudi Arabia reaffirms commitment to dollar peg

Saudi Arabia confirmed its commitment to keeping the riyal pegged to the U.S. dollar to support its fixed exchange rate policy, according to an official statement issued on Friday. The current exchange rate is fixed at SAR3.75 for each one dollar, ...
 Albawaba1 week ago Leaning on a Strong Credit Profile, Saudi Arabia Fixes Riyal Exchange Rates  Asharq Al Awsat1 week ago Saudi vows to keep riyal pegged to US dollar  Trade Arabia1 week ago SAMA committed to riyal's dollar peg  Arab News1 week ago
Arabian Business

Qatar central bank offers riyal bonds as liquidity picks up

DUBAI, Aug 15 (Reuters) - Qatar's central bank is offering 3 billion riyals ($825 million) of government bonds, its first domestic bond sale this year, pointing to improved liquidity in a banking system strained by low oil and gas prices. The ...
 Yahoo! Finance1 week ago Qatar offers $825m gov't bonds in first sale of 2016  Arabian Business1 week ago UPDATE 1-Qatar central bank offers bonds in first riyal sale this year  Reuters UK1 week ago Qatar central bank offers bonds in first riyal sale this year  Yahoo! Finance1 week ago
Radio Pakistan

Pak embassy starts cash payment to stranded workers in Saudi Arabia

Tweet on Twitter Islamabad—The Pakistan embassy in Saudi Arabia has started paying Riyals 200 per head to stranded Pakistani workers at three camps of Saudi companies where food supply was not possible, Ambassador Manzoor ul Haq said on ...
 Pakistan Observer1 week ago Pakistan Embassy disburses cash to workers stranded in Saudi Arabia  Daily Times2 weeks ago Pak embassy starts cash disbursement at stranded workers camps in Saudi Arabia  Associated Press of Pakistan2 weeks ago Stranded Pakistanis in SA still waiting for relief from govt  Daily Times2 weeks ago
Khaleej Times

SAMA Governor's Statement on Maintaining the Current Riyal Exchange Rate Policy

Rollup Image Page Content With regard to media news about the riyal exchange rate policy, SAMA Governor would like to reiterate SAMA's commitment to maintain the current riyal exchange rate at SAR3.75 per USD1, and that bets on the riyal on ...
 Saudi Arabia Monetary Agency1 week ago Saudi riyal will retain...  Khaleej Times1 week ago Saudi central bank says riyal will remain pegged to US dollar  Gulf Business1 week ago

This is how a lunch meal cost Saudi businessman SR435,000

Riyadh: A takeaway meal cost a Saudi national almost half a million riyals. Businessman Nayef bin Saleh Al-Enzi stopped his car in front of a restaurant and entered to buy food. On returning to his car, he found that thieves had smashed the ...
 Gulf Daily News2 weeks ago
Siasat Daily

Foreign currency seized at RGI Airport

Hyderabad: DRI sleuths arrested a smuggler from the city at RGI Airport on Tuesday night and seized 1.25 lakh Saudi Riyals worth Rs 22 lakh from his possession. Acting on specific alert, DRI sleuths intercepted the smuggler from Hyderabad when he ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago DRI(bes34) - Man held with 1.25 lakh Saudi Riyals at Hyderabad airport  Namibia Press Agency4 weeks ago Man held with 1.25 lakh Saudi Riyals at Hyderabad airport  Siasat Daily3 weeks ago DRI in Hyderabad arrests air passenger trying to smuggle Rs 1.25 lakh foreign currency  United News of India3 weeks ago

Saudi Arabia to build 230 petrol stations

State-controlled Petromin Corporation of Saudi Arabia is planning to invest nearly 2.5 billion riyals (666 million dollars) to build 230 petrol stations in the next few years, a newspaper in the largest Arab economy reported on Thursday. The ...
 Emirates2472 weeks ago Petromin announces plan to invest in 230 petrol stations  Fuels and Lubes2 weeks ago

Saudis National Commercial Bank proposes lower H1 dividend

DUBAI, July 27 The board of Saudi Arabia's National Commercial Bank (NCB) recommended paying a cash dividend of 0.60 riyal per share for the first half of 2016, the kingdom's largest lender said in a bourse filing on Wednesday. The payout is ...
 Reuters UK4 weeks ago Saudi's Jarir Marketing proposes lower Q2 dividend  Gulf News4 weeks ago Saudi's National Commercial Bank proposes lower H1 dividend  Gulf News3 weeks ago Saudi bank proposes lower H1 dividend  Gulf News4 weeks ago
Arabian Business

Saudi's SABIC trims H1 dividend to 2 riyals/share - statement

DUBAI, July 27 (Reuters) - Saudi Basic Industries Corp (SABIC), one of the world's largest petrochemicals groups, plans to issue a dividend of 2 riyals ($0.53) per share for the first half of 2016, the firm said in a bourse statement on Wednesday. ...
 Reuters Africa4 weeks ago BUZZ-Saudi Basic Industries slips after Q2 earnings  Yahoo! News3 weeks ago SABIC's net profit falls 23.2 percent  Arab News3 weeks ago Sabic extends earnings slump as second quarter profit falls 23.2%  Gulf News3 weeks ago
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