Charles Hecker, senior partner for global risk analysis at Control Risks, speaks about potential disruptions to the Qatari economy.
Investment inflows into Qatar are exceeding outflows even as it faces isolation by its neighbors, central bank governor Abdullah Saud Al-Thani said.
Becca Wasser at RAND Corporation says rifts occurring among countries in the Gulf Cooperation Council have been solved in the past, but it's taken time.
Robert Johnston, CEO of Eurasia Group, says the Gulf crisis has resulted in Asian economies diversifying their LNG supply due to disruption concerns.
Abdullah Saud Al-Thani, governor of the Qatar Central Bank, weighs in on the impact of the Gulf rift and the ratings downgrades the country has received.
Abdullah Saud Al-Thani, governor of the Qatar Central Bank, says the country's LNG contracts are long term and unlikely to be affected by the Gulf crisis.
Abdullah Saud Al-Thani of the Qatar Central Bank says the country is transparent when it comes to the origins of inflows into and outflows from its economy.
Abdullah Saud Al-Thani, governor of the Qatar Central Bank, says the country has enough cash to withstand economic shocks stemming from the Gulf crisis.
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Negative watch on Qatar's sovereign credit is the result of uncertainty in the country, said Bashar Al Natoor, head of Islamic finance at Fitch Ratings.
The four Arab states leading the boycott against Qatar said late on Thursday that Doha's refusal of their demands to resolve a Gulf diplomatic crisis is proof of its links to terror groups and that they would enact new measures against it.
Qatar Airways has axed orders for four A350s because of delivery delays, Airbus said Thursday.
Herman Wang, OPEC specialist at S&P Global Platts, discusses whether the diplomatic furor surrounding Qatar will affect OPEC's strategy to boost oil prices.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports from Doha, Qatar, with comments from Yousuf Mohamed Al-Jaida, CEO of the Qatar Financial Centre.
Qatar might be caught in a diplomatic spat, but it has weathered worse conditions, the CEO of the Qatar Financial Centre said.
Despite Moody's downgrading the outlook for its sovereign credit, Raghavan Seetharaman, CEO of Doha Bank, claims Qatar is macro-economically resilient.
The U.S. is increasingly concerned that the Qatar dispute is at an impasse and could drag on, the State Department said
Yousuf Mohamed Al-Jaida, CEO of the Qatar Financial Centre, says the country has survived worse economic conditions than those now seen.
Yousuf Mohamed Al-Jaida, CEO of the Qatar Financial Centre, tells CNBC how the Gulf crisis has made Qatar think more globally.
CAIRO, July 6- Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry spoke with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov by telephone on Thursday about Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain's rift with Qatar, an Egyptian Foreign Ministry spokesman said. "Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry called Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Thursday and...