As the 9/11 bill is currently moving on Capitol Hill which would allow U.S. citizens to sue the Saudi government for any proven damages from the September 11th attacks, President Obama is meeting with the Saudi king in Saudi Arabia. Ambassador Lincoln Bloomfield and former Ambassador to Saudi Arabia James Smith, discuss
President Obama is meeting with King Salman of Saudi Arabia, amid the 9/11 bill moving on Capitol Hill which would allow U.S. citizens to sue the Saudi government for any proven damages from the September 11th attacks.
Saudi Arabia threatened to sell $750 billion in U.S. assets, but experts say its uncertain how Riyadh arrived at that figure.
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NBC News' Ron Allen reports on President Obama's trip to Saudi Arabia.
Tom Petrie, Petrie Partners chairman, provides insight on assessing value on Saudi Aramco IPOs.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on Saudi Arabia's plans to sell a stake in Saudi Aramco, the world's largest publicly-traded firm.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports President Obama is walking a diplomatic tightrope during his visit to Saudi Arabia where relations are strained between the two countries.
Steve Forbes, Forbes Media chairman shares his thoughts on strained U.S.-Saudi relations, and Saudi Arabia's $10 billion in bank loans.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports President Obama travels to Riyadh to attend a security summit amid fractured relations over security, Iran and energy prices.
The kingdom aims to offset shrinking oil revenues and reserves amid the continued decline in crude prices.
After the meeting between oil Ministers where no deal was made on a potential crude production freeze, Francisco Blanch, BofA Merrill Lynch, discusses the dynamics of oil supply and demand.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan reports from Doha, Qatar, where oil Ministers from OPEC and non-OPEC countries gathered to discuss putting a freeze on crude production, but no deal was made.
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Doha oil producers meeting ends without an agreement. What will the Saudis do? James Smith, Former U.S. ambassador to SA; Bob McNally, The Rapidan Group; and John Kilduff, Again Capital Partner, join to discuss.
Crude markets will become more volatile as Saudi Arabia flexes its muscles and seeks to pressure U.S. and Iranian oil output, John Kilduff says.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera talks with Valiollah Seif, Iran's central bank governor about securing the country's share of the oil market, and discusses Brazil's Lower House vote to impeach President Dilma Rousseff.
Mohamed El-Erian, Allianz chief economic adviser, shares insight to the production standoff among the world's top oil-producing countries, and weighs in on the fallout from negative interest rates, including an impaired financial system, disengaged investor, and politic risk.
Matt Smith, ClipperData, provides his outlook on oil as tensions rise among oil producers after Doha talks resulted in no deal.