Saudi Hands Tied as Rising Rates Risk Worsening Economy WoesBy
Dollar-linked riyal means rate cut to boost growth unlikely
Government withdrawals amid oil slump led to liquidity crunch
Saudi Arabia’s currency peg is forcing the central bank to look beyond rate cuts to spur growth, as a slowdown driven by lower oil prices has consumers watching their wallets and contractors facing payment delays.
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