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Tunisia… Parliament approves a loan of 300 million dollars

Tunisia's House of People's Representatives (Parliament) on Tuesday approved a loan agreement from the World Bank worth $300 million to face the...

Sudan aims to liquidate most of its debts by the end of July

Sudanese Finance Minister Jibril Ibrahim revealed on Friday that his country is seeking to liquidate a "large part" of its $60 billion...

Tunisia pursues economic diplomacy as a bridge to the IMF

At the end of last month, Tunisian Prime Minister Hicham Mechichi paid a three-day working visit to Doha. During...

Energy investments to reach $1.9 trillion by the end of the year

Global energy investment is expected to increase by 10% compared to last year, reaching $1.9 trillion this year. According...

Will gold prices continue to rise this fast?

Gold prices continue to rise, and a gram of gold is trading at 494 pounds. Also, an ounce of...

The European Union’s Battle Against Money: Cash Payments Are Limited

The European Union is preparing to ban cash payments in excess of 10,000 euros to combat money laundering and terrorist financing.

Saudi Arabia’s GDP contracted by 3.3 percent in the first quarter

Saudi Arabia's gross domestic product contracted by 3.3 percent during the first quarter of this year on an annual basis.

The US trade deficit rises to a record high in March

On Tuesday, official data reported that the trade balance deficit (including trade in goods and services) increased in the United States during...

Oil prices contrasted with hope for improvement despite Corona

Crude oil prices varied in Tuesday's trading amid hopes of an improvement in demand for crude, but the pressures of the Coronavirus...

Oil prices decline due to “Corona” injuries, especially in India

Crude oil prices retreated at the beginning of weekly trading on Monday, under pressure from the acceleration of Coronavirus infections around the...

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