Shares in Europe bounced back and closed higher on Thursday after the ECB announced further monetary stimulus.
Persian Gulf states are plugging deficits by turning to international debt markets, and the risks vary across the region.
OPEC on Wednesday agreed to its first oil output limits in eight years, triggering an oil rally, but market watchers were asking whether members will cheat.
Shares of Germany's biggest lender get a boost on reports that sovereign wealth funds may buy a 25-percent stake in the company.
A London townhouse on Mayfair’s Park Lane is up for rent for $5,172 per week and looks set to go to a super-rich student from the Middle East.
Stephane Foucaud, managing director at FirstEnergy Capital, discusses the potential for a deal between OPEC members on production.
Saudi Arabia has summoned bankers to meetings in Riyadh next week as it seeks to launch its debut international bond, the Financial Times reports.
Akbar Al Baker, Qatar Airways CEO, talks about his airline's expansion into the U.S. and whether airlines from the Persian Gulf have an unfair advantage.
After years of building a glut, the world's oil industry by the end of this year is expected to stop overproducing more crude than the world can use.
The end of Ali al-Naimi's more than two-decade tenure as Saudi Arabia's oil maestro signals a new era for OPEC, analysts said.
Iran's oil minister said on Saturday that last week's Doha meeting to freeze oil production, despite its failure, was a positive step.
Saudi Arabia's 30-year-old deputy crown prince's ambitious economic "vision" to diversify the economy could include 5 million new jobs.
Earnings and oil prices will challenge the stock market rally again on Tuesday.
U.S. shale drillers created the world's oil glut, and now they could be the biggest force in ending it.
Earnings should drive trading in the week ahead, but what traders are also watching the fallout from Doha on oil prices.
A summit between top oil producers ended in failure, with participants unable to strike a deal on freezing output.
Oil producers' Doha meeting aimed at a deal to freeze output hit last-minute trouble Sunday amid fresh tension between Saudi Arabia and Iran, sources said.
Iran's top central banker told CNBC that asking Iran to freeze output right now is unfair.
Did the Doha meeting of oil producing countries end before it even began? Not necessarily.
Investors are dipping back into emerging markets, but some analysts warn the appearance of a recovery overlooks the warning signs.