- Saudi Arabia plowed billions into US stocks including
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.the heads of losing teams "all say the same thing, 'Got to watch the tape, got to play better, not good enough.' Now Jay Powell does the same sort of boilerplate. He just says, 'data-dependent, don't know we're going to do, we might.' He basically wants to say as little as possible."
Saudi Arabia plowed billions into US stocks including
The PIF's largest new holdings included a $769 million stake in Boeing, $577 million stakes in both Citigroup and Facebook, and a $569 million stake in Marriott. It also revealed stakes worth between $985 million and $555 million in Disney, Cisco, and Suncor Energy.
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(Bloomberg) -- Reliance Industries Ltd., controlled by Asia’s richest man, toppled ExxonMobil Corp. to become the world’s largest energy company after Saudi Aramco (SE:7777), as.
Warren Buffet says "buy when there is blood on the streets" and there is blood on the streets in the global natural gas market. Well, Warren Buffet and Berkshire Hathaway.
The PIF's wagers on Carnival and Live Nation, which it revealed in April filings , were valued at $957 million and $966 million respectively at the end of March.
“The trade deficit in October narrowed to $ from $ in September but for the wrong reasons as imports fell more sharply than exports which dropped too. Imports fell by % after a % decline in September at sit at the least since November 7567 with particular weakness in the imports of auto’s and consumer goods. Exports also fell for a 7nd month % m/o/m to the lowest since April with declines in capital goods, auto’s and consumer goods.
GENEVA/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - World Trade Organization members are considering eight candidates competing to replace Brazil's Roberto Azevedo, who is stepping down as.