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International Organizations G7

  • BARI, Italy, May 11- Italy's economy minister sought to reassure his U.S. counterpart about the state of Italian banks on Thursday, telling him he expected lenders' bad loans on their books to fall "quite rapidly", an Italian official said. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin held talks on the sidelines of a meeting of the Group of Seven industrial economies in Bari,...

  • G7 finance meeting kicks off in Italy

    CNBC's Ylan Mui reports on the agenda for the G7 meeting of finance ministers ahead of the G7 Summit later in May.

  • Deepwater drilling is back to challenge shale, says Wood Mackenzie.

    European markets closed lower; BoE hold interest rates; Hikma down 7%

  • WASHINGTON, May 10- Finance officials from the Group of Seven industrial economies this week will discuss U.S. G7 ministers from Europe, Japan and Canada have expressed hope that the Thursday to Saturday meeting in the Adriatic port city of Bari, Italy will enlighten them on Trump's agenda. He added that there were also risks in some emerging markets that could...

  • BEIJING, April 18- China will gather its friends and allies together for its biggest diplomatic event of the year in May, a summit on its New Silk Road plan, with most Asian leaders due to attend but only one from a G7 nation, the Italian prime minister. President Xi Jinping has championed what China formally calls the "One Belt, One Road" or OBOR, initiative to build a new...

  • WASHINGTON, April 17- Advisers to President Donald Trump will meet on Tuesday to discuss whether to recommend that he withdraw the United States from the Paris climate accord, a White House official said on Monday. The meeting comes before a summit of the Group of Seven wealthy nations in late May, the deadline for the White House to take a position.

  • A general view shows Syrian pro-government forces walking in the ancient Umayyad mosque in the old city of Aleppo in the foreground and the city's citadel in the background on December 13, 2016, after they captured the area.

    European markets close mixed on geopolitical tensions; Dialog Semiconductor down 14%

  • *North Korea, Russia, Iran and Libya also in focus. LUCCA, Italy, April 10- Foreign ministers from the Group of Seven major industrialized nations met in Italy on Monday, looking to put pressure on Russia to break its ties with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Calling the strike a "game changer," British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said support for the Syrian...

  • Russia's President Vladimir Putin

    Discussing the Trump administration's foreign policy moves as the G7 summit kicks off, with Amb. William Courtney, former ambassador to Georgia and Kazakhstan, and David Gordon, Eurasia Group senior advisor.

  • Trump's action against Syria 'the right thing to do': PJ Crowley

    PJ Crowley, former assistant secretary of State and "Red Line" author, weighs in on President Trump's decision to issue airstrikes on Syria and provides insight to the G7 meeting.

  • LONDON, March 29- Britain's economy is sending mixed signals about its readiness for Brexit just as British Prime Minister Theresa May launches the process of pulling the country out of the European Union. The economy grew by 1.8 percent in 2016, second only to Germany among the Group of Seven big rich nations. In quarterly terms, growth sped up at the end of last...

  • Italy hosts the annual meeting of seven of the world's biggest industrialised economies in the town of Taormina in Sicily on May 26-27. "Japan and Europe must collaborate with the United States to continue to hold high the free-trade flag," Abe said. As well as Japan, Italy and the United States, the G7 comprises Britain, France, Canada and Germany.

  • ROME, March 21- Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni said on Tuesday that he wants to send a strong message in favour of free trade when U.S. President Donald Trump and other world leaders meet in Italy in May. Italy is hosting the annual meeting of seven of the world's biggest industrialised economies in the town of Taormina in Sicily on May 26-27.

  • *Aso, Mnuchin hold 1st face-to-face meeting. BADEN-BADEN, Germany, March 17- Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said he agreed with his U.S. counterpart Steven Mnuchin on the need to abide by the G7 and G20 agreements on currency policy, including a warning that excess currency volatility is undesirable. President Donald Trump has accused Japan of exploiting a...

  • LONDON, March 17- Britain's economy is sending mixed signals about its readiness for Brexit, just as British Prime Minister Theresa May is getting ready to launch the process of pulling the country out of the European Union. Britain's economy grew by 1.8 percent in 2016, second only to Germany among the Group of Seven big rich nations. In quarterly terms, growth...

  • LONDON, March 10- Finance ministers and central bankers from the G20 group of leading industrialised nations meet in Germany next week for the first time since Donald Trump was elected president of the United States. Washington has accused Germany, Japan and China of exploiting exchange rate weakness for competitive advantage over the United States.

  • LONDON, March 10- Finance ministers and central bankers from the G20 group of leading industrialised nations meet in Germany next week for the first time since Donald Trump was elected president of the United States. Washington has accused Germany, Japan and China of exploiting exchange rate weakness for competitive advantage over the United States.

  • LONDON, March 10- Finance ministers and central bankers from the G20 group of leading industrialized nations meet in Germany next week for the first time since Donald Trump was elected president of the United States. Washington has accused Germany, Japan and China of exploiting exchange rate weakness for competitive advantage over the United States.

  • LONDON, March 10- Finance ministers and central bankers from the G20 group of leading industrialized nations meet in Germany next week for the first time since Donald Trump was elected president of the United States. Washington has accused Germany, Japan and China of exploiting exchange rate weakness for competitive advantage over the United States.

  • Policymakers must respect international laws and avoid making targeted currency exchange rate comments; Bank of France governor.