Saudi Arabian reshuffle sees new governor appointed

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Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah on Tuesday reshuffled some officials, which opened up the role of governor of the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency.

Fahd bin Abdullah al-Mubarak was appointed as the new governor, taking over from Muhammad al-Jasser, who became economy and planning minister, according to state media sources.

Al-Mubarak previously worked as managing director of Morgan Stanley in Saudi Arabia as well as taking on the role of chairman of the country's stock exchange.

Al-Jasser was selected

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