James Acton, Co-director of the Nuclear Policy Program at Carnegie Endowment, explains why Tuesday's nuclear deal is better than existing alternatives.
Margaret Patel, Portfolio Manager at Wells Fargo Funds Management, says incremental supply from Iran is likely to be a catalyst for lower oil prices going forward.
Matt Smith, Director of Commodity Research at ClipperData, says sanctions against Tehran won't be lifted until December so until then, Iranian crude won't be hitting export markets.
Jason Feer, Head of Business Intelligence at Poten & Partners, believes Iranian crude could return to oil markets in a matter of months.
Austin Long, Assistant Professor at Columbia School of International and Public Affairs, believes the P5+1 will likely lift the arms embargo to get a deal that could unveil Iran's nuclear ambitions.
An Iran nuclear deal could mean a possible arms race in the Middle East——or improved relations between historic enemies, experts say.
After another volatile session, oil increasingly looks set to test its lows of the year.
Iran's nuclear talks may be the catalyst to break oil prices out of a tight trading range, created by record oil production meeting a wave of surprisingly strong demand.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer thinks you need to temper your excitement.
Jim Cramer sees plenty of oil stocks out there that are ridiculously low and thinks it is time to do some buying.
Neville Shaw, EMEA analyst at Mirabaud, says investors looking at Saudi Arabia should target consumer and healthcare stocks.
A rate hike will confirm that the U.S. is in the midst of a recovery and that is a positive factor for emerging markets, says Jorge Mariscal, CIO of emerging markets at UBS Wealth Management.
Slim Feriani, managing partner and CEO of MENA Capital, discusses the risks and opportunities of investing in the Saudi Arabian stock market.
For the first time, foreigners can now buy and sell shares in listed companies on the Saudi Arabian stock exchange. John Burbank, Passport Capital founder and CIO, discusses investing in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia is looking for “activist investors,” the head of the country’s stock exchange told CNBC on Monday, as it opened to foreigners for the first time.
Adel Saleh Al-Ghamdi, CEO of Tadawul stock exchange, says they are looking for long-term value investors who take an active role in shaping the companies they invest in.
Adel Saleh Al-Ghamdi, CEO of Tadawul stock exchange, discusses the opening of the stock exchange to foreign investment and diversifying the country's economy away from oil.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble explains why investors should be excited about Saudi Arabia's stock exchange opening up to foreign cash.
Joel Whitaker, SVP, Global Head of Research at Frontier Strategy Group, outlines the factors that will underpin a rush of cash into Saudi Arabia's stock market for the next six months.
Peter Schiff, CEO of Euro Pacific Capital, says the opening of Saudi Arabia's stock market to foreign investors should benefit traders who already own shares of Saudi-listed companies.