CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports from Riyadh about Saudi Arabia's economic reform plan to diversify away from oil.
The oil rich kingdom unveils a long-term economic blueprint for life in a low-oil-price world.
Saudi Arabia's government has unveiled a long-term economic blueprint for life in a low-oil price world.
Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group president, provides insight to Saudi Arabia's economic reforms and plans to set a $2 trillion value on Saudi Aramco.
Saudi Arabia plans to sell a stake of its state oil giant, which is expected to be valued at more than $2 trillion.
With crude producers unable to increase output much, oil has likely bottomed, Helima Croft says.
Harold Hamm endorsed U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump on Friday, saying he has the "fortitude to make tough decisions."
Saudi Deputy Crown Prince says economic reforms will continue even if oil rises above $70 per barrel.
Saudi Arabia has always been seen as an oil-based country, but now it’s looking to promote its other resources, says Mazen Al-Sudairi, group head sell side research at Alistithmar Capital.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports on news Saudi Arabia will announce a new plan for its economy which may have political and social repercussions.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports on news that the U.S. may publish a 28-page report suggesting links between Saudi Arabia and the 9/11 terror attack.
Ewen Cameron Watt, senior director at Blackrock, comments on news that Saudi Arabia is going to unveil new economic plans.
Ewen Cameron Watt, senior director at Blackrock, talks about the competition between Iran and Saudi Arabia and which is more open to expat workers.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports on news that Saudi Arabia is to reveal plans for the future of the country's economy.
RSIS's James Dorsey explains why the Saudi Arabia's "National Transformation Plan" is an economic necessity as well as an upgrading of the autocracy.
Saudi Arabia's political challenges must be resolved before an economic diversification plan can be designed, says Madawi Al-Rasheed from the Middle-East Institute at N.U.S.
Gulf Cooperation Council countries have to cut high public sector salaries that are hurting the private sector's competitiveness, explains Argus Media's Azlin Ahmad.
Bernard Haykel, Princeton University, discusses President Obama's trip to the Middle East where he attempted to mend fences with Saudi Arabia.
Prince Mohammad bin Salman wants to transform the kingdom into a force in the global economy.
The IEA's Neil Atkinson tells CNBC he believes both Saudi Arabia and Russia will continue to “pump as much oil as possible.”