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Thursday, 6 April 2017

An Oil Giant Is Still Burning Through Its Cash Pile - Bloomberg

An Oil Giant Is Still Burning Through Its Cash Pile - Bloomberg:

"It was meant to be a given that a rebound in oil prices would slow the depletion of Saudi Arabia's foreign-currency reserves. That hasn't happened yet, and economists are wondering why. Net foreign assets held by the Saudi central bank have fallen by an average $6.5 billion a month over the past year, and now stand at just over $500 billion – having peaked at $737 billion in 2014 when oil prices were above $100 a barrel. The drop in January and February was $11.8 billion and $9.8 billion respectively, the latest data show."



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