Palm oil industry leaves Indonesian village struggling with loss and regret
In 2002, Rukam villagers sold their land to a palm oil company. Since then, they've seen their peatlands, forests and fish stocks vanish. Now they're weighing up the environmental cost of their decision and future hopes.
Senate bill to strip Nigeria president, VP of immunity, Lassa Fever: Death toll reaches 144 and more
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Saudi Stocks' fundamentals not particularly encouraging: Nomura
Tarek Fadlallah, chief executive officer of the Middle East unit of Nomura Asset Management, talks about international investors' participation in U.A.E. and Saudi Arabian markets, and the outlook for Saudi stocks. He speaks with Manus Cranny and Tracy Alloway on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East."
Nigerian equities continue bearish run
The bearish sentiment at Nigeria's equities market continued at today's trading session. To review today's trading session and highlight the stocks to watch out for, Mustapha Wahab, Equity Research Analyst at Cordros Securities joins CNBC Africa for more.
State street says `Wild Card' for Europe stocks may be a weaker Euro
Timothy Graf, head of macro strategy EMEA at State Street, discusses the outlook for European stocks and the euro.
Can Dubai stocks rebound in 2019?
Mohammed Ali Yasin, chief strategy officer at Al Dhabi Capital Ltd., talks about Dubai and Saudi Arabian stocks.
Credit Suisse sees lot of Tailwinds for Egypt
Fahd Iqbal, head of Middle East research at Credit Suisse Group AG, discusses Saudi Arabian stocks, and the country's decision to put the initial public offering of its giant oil company on hold. He also talks about Anraaj Group, the floundering Middle Eastern private equity firm, and Egypt stocks.