NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil fell on Friday as fears about the disruption of Middle East crude shipments from Yemen's conflict eased, and focus turned to the likelihood of an Iranian nuclear deal by next week that could put more supply on the market.
LONDON, March 24 (IFR) - Citigroup has appointed Samad Sirohey head of debt capital markets for Emerging Europe, the Middle East and Africa, according to an internal memo seen by IFR.
session despite foreign outflows, while other Southeast Asian markets closed mixed as concerns over rising tensions in the Middle East offset optimism about upbeat U.S. economic data. Jakarta's composite index ended 0.52 percent firmer, but concerns
MUMBAI, March 27 (Reuters) - Indian shares closed little changed after a volatile session on Friday, posting their third consecutive weekly loss on concerns about rising tensions in the Middle East .
LONDON, March 27 (Reuters) - Emerging market stocks were trading lower on Friday and set for a weekly loss as a strong dollar lured investors away and worries about stability in the Middle East ...
MUMBAI, March 27 (Reuters) - Indian shares hovered near their lowest in more than 10 weeks in a volatile session on Friday, heading for a third consecutive weekly loss as caution prevailed over concerns about rising tensions in the Middle East .
the previous session, as upbeat U.S. economic data helped revive some risk appetite, but concern over tensions in the Middle East capped the gains. Jakarta's composite index traded 0.3 percent firmer by midday, recovering from its lowest close in
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil jumped about 5 percent on Thursday, the biggest daily gain in a month, as air strikes in Yemen by Saudi Arabia and its Gulf Arab allies sparked fears that escalation of the Middle East battle could disrupt world crude supplies.
(Fixes dropped word in first paragraph) * Wall St narrows losses to close mildly down * Oil rises on fears of Middle East supply disruption over Yemen * Gold tops $1,200 an ounce By Michael Connor...
NEW YORK, March 26 (IFR) - Latin American credits ended Thursday's session mixed after US Treasuries reversed earlier gains and oil prices jumped as much as 5% on fears of increased instability in the Middle East .