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قديم 25-05-2005, 04:07 PM
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كاتب قدير وخبير بالسوق السعودي
تاريخ التسجيل: Apr 2005
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Saudi officials deny market rumours King Fahd died
Wed May 25, 2005 07:57 AM ET


RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi officials denied on Wednesday rumours that King Fahd had died after shares on the kingdom's stock market fell sharply and some traders attributed the move to concern about the monarch's health.
One Interior Ministry official said the king, who suffered a stroke in 1995 and has been in poor health since, was still alive and had not been taken to hospital. A source in the palace described the king as "tired".

A Western diplomat also said he had heard "flat denials" from senior Saudi officials about the rumours.

Saudi Arabia's stock market fell 4.69 percent in morning trade to 11,959 points. Some traders attributed the fall to a natural correction in a market which has surged upwards for two years, but others blamed concerns about the monarch's health.

"It's King Fahd. There are rumours that he's in hospital," said Joe Kawkabani, fund manager at Dubai-based Shuaa Capital.

The monarch has been ailing for the last decade and rumours about his condition have frequently surfaced in Saudi Arabia and on international oil markets in recent years.

Over the last decade day-to-day rule of the world's biggest oil exporter has passed to his half-brother Crown Prince Abdullah.

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قديم 25-05-2005, 04:13 PM
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كاتب قدير
تاريخ التسجيل: May 2005
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Saudi officials deny market rumours King Fahd died
Wed May 25, 2005 07:57 AM ET


RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi officials denied on Wednesday rumours that King Fahd had died after shares on the kingdom's stock market fell sharply and some traders attributed the move to concern about the monarch's health.
One Interior Ministry official said the king, who suffered a stroke in 1995 and has been in poor health since, was still alive and had not been taken to hospital. A source in the palace described the king as "tired".

A Western diplomat also said he had heard "flat denials" from senior Saudi officials about the rumours.

Saudi Arabia's stock market fell 4.69 percent in morning trade to 11,959 points. Some traders attributed the fall to a natural correction in a market which has surged upwards for two years, but others blamed concerns about the monarch's health.

"It's King Fahd. There are rumours that he's in hospital," said Joe Kawkabani, fund manager at Dubai-based Shuaa Capital.

The monarch has been ailing for the last decade and rumours about his condition have frequently surfaced in Saudi Arabia and on international oil markets in recent years.

Over the last decade day-to-day rule of the world's biggest oil exporter has passed to his half-brother Crown Prince Abdullah.
نفى مسئولون سعوديون اليوم شائعات عن وفاة الملك فهد بعد أن تراجعت أسعار الأسهم في سوق الأوراق المالية السعودية وارجع بعض التجار الخطوة إلي القلق على صحة العاهل السعودي المعتلة



وقال مسئول في وزارة الداخلية أن الملك فهد لا يزال على قيد الحياة ولم ينقل إلي المستشفى



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