With the strength of political Islam in the region, Egypt's President says democracy and human rights must be balanced against concerns for security.
- Friday, 29 April 2016 15:58
- Thursday, 28 April 2016 14:36
African private equity firms cashed in on investments last year at the highest rate in almost a decade, with South Africa, Egypt, Nigeria and Kenya accounting for two-thirds of these exits.
- Wednesday, 20 April 2016 13:50
Phillips 66 has purchased a cargo of Algerian crude oil for its Bayway refinery in New Jersey for the first time since 2013, two sources said, the latest U.S. refiner on the East Coast to shun domestic crudes in favor of cheaper imports.
- Monday, 18 April 2016 08:24
- David Lawder
Financial leaders from the Group of 20 nations said on Friday they were heartened by a recent recovery in financial markets, but warned that global growth was "modest and uneven" and threatened by weakness in commodities-based economies.
- Monday, 18 April 2016 08:00
- David Lawder, additional reporting by Tarek Amara
The International Monetary Fund says it has reached a tentative deal to assist Tunisia with a four-year loan program worth about $2.8 billion tied to economic reforms.