Because of the collapse of the US stock market, the world's wealthy are suffering the biggest losses
Warren Buffett, chairman of Berkshire Hathaway and the world's third-richest person, has lost $ 5.1 billion, according to Bloomberg.
Buffett, 87, was one of the 18 billionaires in the Bloomberg category who lose more than $ 1 billion in a single day.
South Korea, Businessmen, Samsung's successor, Jay Wye Lee, who was jailed in South Korea, was released after a panel of judges made a surprise decision to suspend his sentence.
The effect of the liberalization of the currency exchange rate on Egypt's foreign exchange reserves after 14 months
Egyptian Economy, Currency Exchange Rates in Egypt, Egypt's Reserves: When the Egyptian government decided to float the pound about 14 months ago in order to raise the reserves of foreign currency, some economists described this decision as a serious economic mistake, following the insane rise of the dollar in Egypt, where it reached about 20 pounds in the market Black.
But after a short time the currency market in Egypt started to adjust itself and the price of the dollar began to fall, and Egypt's reserve of hard currency began to rise.
Saudi princes, businessmen and businessmen, Aired on the first interview with Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, days after he left his detention center at the Ritz-
Walid bin Talal said: "We are all under the order of the homeland, then the king, then the crown prince."
Saudi princes, RIM, the daughter of Saudi prince and well-known businessman Alwaleed bin Talal, recently published pictures of her father after leaving the Ritz-Carlton Hotel during a visit to his nephew, Alwaleed bin Khalid, known as the Sleeping Prince, who has been in a coma for 11 years. A car accident.
Saudi Arabia, Businessmen, Prince Alwaleed bin Talal was released from the Ritz-Carlton Hotel after being held for more than two months.
The Emirati artist Ahlam was one of the first
Saudi Arabia, Businessmen, Reuters The first exclusive statement by Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, detained in the kingdom's crackdown on corruption, appeared at his suite at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Riyadh, where authorities have been holding him for more than two months with dozens of other suspects.
Alwaleed bin Talal said he expected the innocence of any wrongdoing and his release within days, adding that he expected to retain full control over his companies without demanding that he relinquish any assets to the government.
Egypt, Egyptian Economy, News Vision, Since the era of the late Egyptian president, Gamal Abdul Nasser, Egypt's strategic balance of gold has stabilized in the coffers of the Central Bank at 75 tons so far. In the sixties of the last century, "Nasser" sold part of Egypt's gold reserves, about 15 tons, International markets, because of the war in Yemen, and the decision of the United States of America at the time, to stop the supply of wheat to Egypt, and the purpose of the decision to sell time to save the currency to buy wheat from other international sources, to avoid a food crisis was going to hit Egypt.