China has blamed the U.S. media for hyping the fact the President Barack Obama found himself without a red carpet in Hangzhou.
Energy experts poured scorn on the prospect of Russia and Saudi Arabia collaborating to stabilize the oil market, after the two countries made a joint statement to that effect on Monday.
Top oil producers Saudi Arabia and Russia made a joint statement at the G-20 summit in China on Monday aimed at stabilizing crude prices, media reports said.
Chinese internet search giant Baidu is eyeing Europe as a potential playground despite the uncertainty posed by Brexit and Apple’s tax troubles.
Crude oil will likely remain at $40-45 per barrel, the Indonesian finance minister told CNBC, adding that he was “comfortable” with these prices.
Britain's economy will suffer as a result of the decision to leave the EU, despite some recent better-than-expected economic data, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sunday.
U.S. President Barack Obama said on Sunday that talks with China's Xi Jinping had been "extremely productive," as leaders gathered for a G-20 summit.
Officials traveling with U.K. prime minister Theresa May have been warned to guard against Chinese spies that may try to seduce them, a report said.
The chances of anything market moving coming out of the G-20 leaders' summit in Hangzhou, China are low, judging by currency strategists' comments.
The U.S. and China formally ratified the Paris agreement to curb emissions on Saturday, which may help bring the deal into force this year.
Donald Trump is not on the G-20 Hangzhou guest list and neither he nor the U.S. Presidential race are on the official agenda. But he’s there in spirit.
Discussing the significance of holding the G20 summit in China for the first time and what we can expect from the meeting, with Amb. Nicholas Burns, Harvard's Kennedy School Professor and Former U.S. Ambassador to NATO, and Robert Hormats, Kissinger Associates Vice Chairman and Former State Department Under Secretary for Economic Growth, Energy & the Environment.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports the details of her interview with Alibaba Group Executive Chairman Jack Ma ahead of the G20 Summit in Hangzhou, China.
The world's leading economies will step up efforts to lift global economic growth and share the benefits more broadly.
China's Vice Finance Minister Zhu Guangyao tells CNBC that there's no reason to devalue the country's currency as economic fundamentals remain solid.
President Barack Obama calls on Russia to concentrate on the war against IS.
Improved relationships between the west and Moscow could lead to more effective way to fight ISIS.
Angel Gurria, secretary-general of the OECD, says economic growth and trade will be the main issues at the G20 meeting in Turkey.
Fariborz Moshirian, director of the Institute of Global Finance at the University of New South Wales, expects some positive outcomes on global tax rules when G20 leaders meet in Turkey.
Chris Konstantinos, director of international portfolio management at Riverfront Investment Group, discusses the comments from China at the G-20 meeting.