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Saudi's Petro Rabigh Says Chairman Abdulaziz M Al-Judaimi Resigns
Saudi's Petrorabigh Q3 Profit Rises
Saudi's Petrorabigh Posts Q2 Loss
Rabigh Refining & Petrochemical Company JSC (Petro Rabigh) is a Saudi Arabia-based pubic shareholding company engaged in the development, construction and operation of an integrated petroleum refining and petrochemical complex, including the manufacture of refined petroleum products, petrochemical products and other hydrocarbon products. The Company’s activities are structured into two segments: the Refining segment refines crude oil, and produces benzene, jet fuel, naphtha, diesel and fuel oil, and the Petrochemicals segment produces petrochemical products, such as polyethylene, mono ethylene glycol, polypropylene and propylene oxide from crude oil, ethane and butane. The Company produces 2.4 million ton products annually.
Abdulaziz Mohammed Al-Judaimi
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Nasser D. Al-Mahasher
President, Chief Executive Officer, Executive Member of the Board
Non-Executive Vice Chairman of the Board
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Senior Vice President, Executive Director
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Saudi shares rose 1.3 percent on Sunday to their highest close in more than a month, fueled by an oil price rally and the kingdom's plans to boost state spending.
Saudi stocks rose 1.8 percent on Tuesday on the back of a surge in oil prices, while Kuwaiti shares gained on hopes of more foreign fund flows after inclusion in the FTSE Russell emerging market index.
Gulf stocks were mostly lower on Sunday morning, with Saudi Arabia under pressure after closing at a six-month low in the previous session and Dubai hit by continued selling in contractor Drake & Scull International .
Saudi stocks extended losses on Thursday after a 3 percent plunge a day earlier, as investors were rattled by turbulence in emerging markets, while other Gulf markets were mixed with Dubai shares lifted by property stocks.
Saudi stocks extended losses on Thursday after a more than 3 percent plunge a day earlier, leading losses among Gulf markets as investors remained concerned about turbulence in emerging markets and concerns over global trade disputes.
Saudi Arabia's stock market rose on Tuesday for a third consecutive day, fuelled by gains in energy and telecommunications shares, while Qatari stocks were lifted by financials.
Gulf stocks were mostly lower, as volatile oil prices hit petrochemical and energy firms in the Saudi market, while lower-than-expected earnings of property firm Aldar Properties weighed on the Abu Dhabi market.
Weakness in property shares weighed on the Abu Dhabi and Dubai markets on Thursday in fallout from an earnings miss by Aldar Properties, while oil price volatility hurt Saudi stocks.
Abu Dhabi's stockmarket touched four-year highs on Wednesday, helped by bank stocks, while Saudi Arabia's dipped amid a diplomatic row with Canada.
The Abu Dhabi market eased from a three-year high on Tuesday on profit-taking and weakness in Aldar Properties as its quarterly earnings slumped, while Qatari stocks were lacklustre as banks lost ground.
Nasdaq Dubai will launch equity futures trading of 12 Saudi Arabian companies from September, stimulating investor interest in the kingdom's capital markets, the exchange said.
An oil price slump hit Saudi stocks, the Gulf's best performing market this year, on Monday while the Dubai exchange gave up its early gains due to renewed selling of property stocks.
Gains in shares of property and contracting firms lifted Dubai stocks in early trade on Monday, but other Gulf markets were weak on concerns about the outlook for oil prices.
Saudi stocks slid below a key barrier on Sunday, hurt by the latest drop in oil prices and concerns over valuations of blue-chip companies, while property and banking shares slipped in Dubai and Abu Dhabi after big gains last week.
Gulf markets were mostly weak in early trade on Thursday amid investor concerns over an escalation of tensions in the Middle East, where Israel responded to what it said was a rocket attack from Iranian forces in Syria.
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