International Organizations G20

  • U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer arrive for a group photo session after a meeting with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He in Beijing on May 1, 2019.

    "Right now we're having principal-level calls and to the extent that it makes sense for us to set up in-person meetings, I would anticipate that we would be doing that," U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told Reuters.

  • U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping pose for a photo ahead of their bilateral meeting during the G-20 leaders summit in Osaka, Japan, June 29, 2019.

    U.S. President Donald Trump can either be a "tariff president" or a "two-term president," a public policy expert said Tuesday.

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    Gold slid as much as 2% on Friday and was set for its first weekly fall in seven weeks after data showed U.S. jobs growth rebounded strongly in June, which lowered the likelihood of an interest rate cut by the Federal Reserve this month.

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    The dollar slipped to a one-week low against the Japanese yen on Wednesday, undermined over the China-U.S. trade deal, and the possibility of fresh tariff hostilities with Europe.

  • U.S. President Donald Trump meets with China's President Xi Jinping at the G20 leaders summit in Japan, June 29, 2019.

    President Donald Trump said he agreed to allow Huawei to purchase U.S. products and China will buy "large amounts" of American farm produce.

  • *OPEC, allies extend output curbs until March 2020. NEW YORK, July 2- Oil prices fell more than 4% on Tuesday, even after OPEC and allies including Russia agreed to extend supply cuts until next March, as weak manufacturing data had investors worried that a slowing global economy could dent oil demand. Signs of a global economic slowdown, which could hit oil demand...

  • *OPEC, allies extend output curbs until March 2020. LONDON, July 2- Oil prices slipped on Tuesday as concerns that the global economy could be slowing outweighed an agreement by OPEC and allies, including Russia, to extend supply cuts until next March. But signs of a global economic slowdown which may hit oil demand growth, means OPEC and its allies may face an uphill...

  • *OPEC, allies agree nine-month extension until March 2020. VIENNA, July 2- OPEC and its allies led by Russia agreed to extend oil output cuts until March 2020 on Tuesday, seeking to prop up the price of crude as the global economy weakens and U.S. production soars. Benchmark Brent crude has climbed more than 25% so far this year after Washington tightened sanctions on...

  • *OPEC, allies agree nine-month extension until March 2020. VIENNA, July 2- OPEC and its allies led by Russia agreed to extend oil output cuts until March 2020 on Tuesday seeking to prop up the price of crude as the global economy weakens and U.S. production soars. Benchmark Brent crude has climbed more than 25% so far this year after Washington tightened sanctions on...

  • VIENNA, July 1- OPEC and its allies look set to extend oil supply cuts this week at least until the end of 2019 as Iran joined top producers Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Russia in endorsing a policy aimed at propping up the price of crude amid a weakening global economy. Tehran has in the past objected to policies put forward by arch-rival Saudi Arabia, saying Riyadh was too...

  • VIENNA, July 1- OPEC and its allies look set to extend oil supply cuts this week at least until the end of 2019 as Iran joined top producers Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Russia in endorsing a policy aimed at propping up the price of crude amid a weakening global economy. Tehran has in the past objected to policies put forward by arch-rival Saudi Arabia, saying Riyadh was too...

  • VIENNA, July 1- OPEC and its allies look set to extend oil supply cuts this week at least until the end of 2019 as Iran joined top producers Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Russia in endorsing a policy aimed at propping up the price of crude amid a weakening global economy. Tehran has in the past objected to policies put forward by arch-rival Saudi Arabia, saying Riyadh was too...

  • A pedestrian walks past the JPMorgan Chase headquarters building in New York.

    Jing Ulrich of J.P. Morgan Chase says agreement between the U.S. and China to hold off on more tariffs has temporarily removed one uncertainty facing the global economy.

  • Ben Harburg of MSA Capital says "huge amounts" of capital and talent are going to be "thrown at" building a parallel technology ecosystem in China that doesn't depend on U.S. chips.

  • An investor at a stock exchange hall on April 19, 2018 in Fuyang, China.

    Chinese stocks rose after U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed at the G-20 summit to pause the trade war.

  • SAUDI ENERGY MINISTER FALIH SAYS AGREEMENT BETWEEN RUSSIA AND SAUDI ARABIA AT G20 TO EXTEND OPEC+ OIL CUT PACT FROM JULY WILL REDUCE GLOBAL INVENTORIES, BALANCE OIL MARKETS.

  • "While the resumption of trade talks between the United States and China is welcome, tariffs already implemented are holding back the global economy, and unresolved issues carry a great deal of uncertainty about the future," Lagarde said in a statement issued upon conclusion of the Group of 20 summit in Osaka, western Japan.

  • June 28- Uncertainty from trade tensions and slowing global growth is increasing the need for developing countries to pursue reforms that make them more attractive to private investment, World Bank President David Malpass said on Friday. The International Monetary Fund has forecast a similar slowdown, driven primarily by increased tariffs, primarily...

  • U.S. and Chinese flags seen at the US Department of State May 23, 2018 in Washington, DC.

    Meredith Sumpter of Eurasia and John Rutledge of Safanad join CNBC's "Power Lunch" team to break down what to expect out of President Trump's meeting with Chinese president Xi Jinping about trade.

  • U.S. President Donald Trump greets Russian President Vladimir Putin during their bilateral meeting at the G-20 summit in Osaka, Japan

    Asked by a reporter whether President Trump would raise the issue during a bilateral meeting with Putin, the U.S. president said: "Yes, of course I will." Trump then turned to Putin to give the directive twice while pointing at the Russian leader. Putin maintained a smile as the remark was interpreted for him.