Saudi Arabia, Turkey dell USD bonds
Saudi Arabia sold $7.5 billion of international bonds in the first test of how much damage of the Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi has inflicted on investor appetite.
Divorce by SMS
Women in Saudi Arabia can now get divorce notification from their husbands by text messaging. This idea is being introduced after it was discovered Saudi men were increasingly ending their marriages without telling their wives.
Saudi women step on face veils in online protest
Women in Saudi Arabia are stepping on face veils and posting photos of the act on social media, with some telling how they were forced to cover their face in the conservative kingdom. Others have condemned the campaign.
Saudi Arabia finance Minister Mohammed Al-Jadaan on debt, bond issuance
Saudi Arabia intends to issue around 120 billion riyals ($32 billion) of bonds next year to help finance its deficit, with plans to tap international markets in the first half.
U.S. Senator Rand Paul on Saudi Arabia, Khashoggi, government shutdown
U.S. Senator Rand Paul discusses Saudi Arabia, the motion that orders the President to withdraw military support for Saudi involvement in Yemen's civil war, the killing of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi and the possibility of a government shutdown.
U.S. crackdown on Saudi over Yemen war being debated in senate
The U.S. Senate has begun to discuss measures to end support for Saudi Arabia's military campaign in Yemen.
Oil gains after Saudi Arabia, Russia agree to extend pact
Oil is surging on the back of Saudi Arabia and Russia extending their deal to manage the market into next year.
U.S. to stand by Saudis, despite Khashoggi
President Trump says he won't let the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi jeopardize relations with Saudi Arabia. He says he will stand by Riyadh regardless if Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was involved in the killing citing the kingdom's importance to American interests.