OPEC has predicted a higher demand for its crude oil next year, cutting its forecast of supplies from non-member countries. It is sticking to its
In this edition of Business Middle East, we analyse the turbulence engulfing global markets. Signs of an economic slowdown in China are stacking up
Daleen Hassan – euronews: Welcome to business Middle East. In this episode we look at the impact of the European Central Bank’s recent meeting, and
All eyes are on Vienna for this week’s OPEC meeting amid a rift between members of the cartel and other major oil producing countries. The issue is
The significant rise in oil prices at the start of May meant they reached their highest levels so far in 2015. To what extent are they recovering?
February saw the first monthly increase in oil prices after seven months of steep declines. Is the oil industry out of the woods, or is there more trouble ahead?
The fall in oil prices is having consequences around the world, some more obvious than others
After the latest OPEC meeting
black gold lost some of its sheen as the producer cartel said it would not cut output to reverse a dramatic fall in