The Big Read: Oil’s winners and losers

Inflation and strong dollar could curb global economic impact

Opec can ride out cheap oil, says head

Badri defends maintaining output at 30m barrels

Syrian refugees fear never leaving Turkey

Alarm in Ankara at the growing costs of refugee burden

Opec share of US oil imports at 30-year low

Domestic production at 9m b/d, its highest since the 1980s

West cannot afford Iran to turn to Russia

It is vital a comprehensive deal on Iran’s nuclear programme is reached, writes Ariane Tabatabai

Q&A: How likely is a nuclear deal with Iran?

Negotiations may be moving forward but politicians could retreat

Protectionism rising as growth slows

Watchdog warns of ‘global trade disorder’

Weak Iran economy adds to nuclear pressure

Plunging oil prices and sanctions hit country’s revenues

How low can the price of crude oil go?

Lower prices will sting Opec countries but are good for the global economy

Saudi private sector growth slows sharply

Low oil prices and labour reforms prompt a slowdown in the economy

IMF urges Gulf states to restrain spending

Regional economic outlook urges reforms to reduce fiscal risks

Twitter chat: Is university worth it?

A conversation with Michael Skapinker, reports editor

Economists warn of looming global crisis

Geneva report points to ‘poisonous’ mix of debt and slow growth

Iran banks pushed to curb asset appetite

Rouhani wants lenders to concentrate on helping ailing industries

Gaza fishermen view meagre catch

Israel allows doubling of three-mile fishing limit in ceasefire

Israel halves rate to lowest level yet

Tourism and exports hit by foreign reaction to Gaza operation

Kurds and the ruthless compliance tribe

EU to press rivals over Russia food embargo

Thousands join Gaza protest in London

Concerns that Jewish opponents of war feel intimidated by ‘anti-semitic attitudes’

Egypt’s looming energy crisis

Reduction in subsidies is justified, but changes should have been gradual rather than brutal