Oil prices slid 5% on Monday as investors worried that an acceleration in the number of coronavirus cases could hurt demand for crude.
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The Abu Dhabi Government is turning to the private sector for the next phase of its multi-year, 50 billion dirham ($13.6 billion) economic stimulus plan known as Ghadan 21.
It's "fair" to say that countries such as Oman and Bahrain are vulnerable to a potential rating downgrade if the coronavirus outbreak lasts longer than expected, according to Frank Gill, chair of sovereign ratings at S&P Global Ratings.
After Gates said he bought himself an all-electric Porsche Taycan, Tesla's CEO took to Twitter to throw shade at the Microsoft co-founder.
Should the coronavirus crisis persist past the first quarter of 2020, some demand loss in Middle Eastern crude oil markets will be irretrievably lost, Frank Gill of S&P Global Ratings. The firm estimates that China's economic growth will drop to 5.0% in 2020 if the virus' impact is stemmed by the year's first quarter.
Woodside Petroleum's CEO Peter Coleman discusses his firm's strategy to add more value to its downstream assets as it reduces its stake in Kitimat, the Canadian liquefied natural gas project.