Saudi Stocks Slump to 9-Month Low on Libya, Lead Mideast DeclineZahra Hankir and Alaa Shahine
Saudi Arabia’s benchmark stock index plunged to a nine-month low, leading a drop in Middle East markets, on concern clashes in Libya that caused oil prices to surge to a more than two-year high will stall a global recovery.
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