Wall Street heads back to Saudi Arabia
Bloomberg’s Peggy Collins discusses financial institutions heading back to Saudi Arabia after a protest over a journalist being killed.
Germany extends ban on arms exports to Saudi Arabia
Berlin will stick to a controversial ban on selling weapons to Saudi Arabia — at least a few more weeks. The order to keep German-made guns and tanks out of the kingdom has angered some of Germany's closest allies.
U.S.-Saudi relations at lowest point since 9/11, ex-Ambassador says
Former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Robert Jordan discusses Saudi Arabia Crown Price Mohammed Bin Salman's visit to China and the state of U.S.-Saudi relations.
EU looks to add Saudi Arabia to 'dirty-money' blacklist
The EU's dirty-money blacklist should be widened to include Saudi Arabia, Nigeria and Panama, the European Commission has urged. The proposal still hinges on approval by the European Parliament and EU member states.
Nigeria added to EU's dirty money blacklist
The European Commission has added Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and four U.S territories to a blacklist of nations that pose a threat owing to insufficient controls on terrorism financing and money laundering. Winston Osuchukwu, Co-Founder Trans-Sahara Incorporated joins CNBC Africa to discuss Nigeria’s Anti-Laundering strategy.
Saudi stocks to outperform rest of emerging markets, credit Suisse says
Ahmed Badr, managing director at Credit Suisse Group AG in Dubai, talks about oil, Saudi Arabia's infrastructure projects, and the country's stocks.
Saudi finance minister expects 2.6% GDP growth in 2019
Saudi Arabia Finance Minister Mohammed Al-Jadaan discusses Saudi Arabia's economic plan and oil price volatility.
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.
Amnesty slams Netflix for blocking Hasan Minhaj comedy show in Saudi Arabia
American comedian Hasan Minhaj mocks and criticizes Saudi Arabia in an episode of his comedy show Patriot Act. Netflix has been rebuked for taking it down to comply with a request by the Saudi government.