Comments by Saudi Arabia’s finance minister that the Kingdom could conduct trade in currencies other than the dollar will add fuel to the debate about the rise of a “petroyuan”. There are hurdles to the plan, but it adds to signs that, in a fractured global economy, Saudi may lean towards a China-led bloc. Elsewhere, there are growing signs that the recent falls in the pound have enticed foreign investors back to Egypt.
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