Dubai and Qatar led Middle East stock markets higher today (about 2% each), amid continuing...


Dubai and Qatar led Middle East stock markets higher today (about 2% each), amid continuing concerns about Libya's infrastructure as more explosions are reported around oil facilities in a new offensive from Gaddafi loyalists. Brent crude rises 2% to top $115/barrel. The cost to insure the region decreased as credit-default swap spreads narrowed.

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  • bob adamson
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    The following gives a good demographic and economic overview of the Arab world.

     

    www.economist.com/blog...
    9 Mar 2011, 02:03 PM Reply Like
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