Investment firm leads a group to invest $247.7M in the company
Saudi Arabia's Kingdom Holding said on Thursday that it had led a group of investors that bought 5.3 percent of U.S. ride-hailing firm Lyft.
Saudi air defense systems intercepted a ballistic missile fired from Yemen.
Saudi air defense systems shot down a missile fired from Yemen, which the Yemeni army said it had aimed at oil installations in the south.
With resources stretched to their limits and political pressure building in the West, will Gulf countries help absorb migrants?
Discussing the dynamics of oil production, what's weighing on prices and the increase in shale oil, with Hess Corp. CEO John Hess.
If history is any guide, the price of oil can still go down before it recovers, says Robert McNally.
The end of the ban on crude exports should have little immediate impact on the U.S. oil industry, but longer term it should give the U.S. more clout.
Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal weighs in on the American presidential race and specifically Donald Trump, saying he's a disgrace and should withdraw because he will never win.
Texas tax law could muddy U.S. oil inventory data through year end, but the oil glut is not going away and is now showing up in an oversupply of diesel and other fuels.
One of the biggest factors in oil markets next year will be the impact of capital spending cuts on crude production, Tom Petrie said.
The blend of macro forces driving commodities lower makes it unlikely the sector will recover for months to come.
As the oil slide continues, expert forecasts influences and a possible black swan event that could change the oil market next year.
OPEC's decision to leave its oil production quota unchanged is hammering oil markets, but some experts are skeptical about even lower prices.
Saudi Arabia has limited FX reserves to defend its currency peg to the dollar, says Nicholas Ferres, investment director of global asset allocation at Eastspring Investments.
Jim Cramer explains why lower oil prices should be a positive for the stock market, but are instead wreaking havoc.
Saudi Arabia is unlikely to see an uptick in unrest, but lower oil revenues contribute to political risk for the country.
Saudi Arabia never expected the oil price rout to last this long, says Cornerstone Analytics founder, Mike Rothman.
There's no question that oil prices will continue to fall after the OPEC meeting, but the big unknown is when they will bottom out, says Warren Gilman, chairman and CEO at CEF Holdings.
Add one more item to its list of potential woes: the link of the Saudi currency, the riyal, to the dollar.