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  • No challenges for food and accessing business: Qatari finance minister

    CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports from Doha, Qatar on the U.S.' involvement in a diplomatic dispute between Qatar and other major Arab powers.

  • DUBAI, June 12- Qatar can easily defend its economy and currency against sanctions by other Arab states, Qatari finance minister Ali Sherif al-Emadi told CNBC television in an interview broadcast on Monday. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt cut diplomatic and transport ties a week ago, accusing Doha of backing terrorism.

  • We will not be manipulated: Qatari FinMin

    Qatari Finance Minister Ali Shareef Al Emadi speaks to CNBC about his country's diplomatic rift with other major Arab nations, and its relationship with the U.S.

  • We can defend our currency: Qatari finance minister

    Qatari Finance Minister Ali Shareef Al Emadi speaks about currency and food supplies in the Gulf state amid a diplomatic row with major Arab countries in the region.

  • : Saudi energy minister

    CNBC's Oriel Morrison reports from EXPO 2017 in Astana, Kazakhstan, with comments from the Saudi Arabian and Russian energy ministers.

  • Khalid al-Falih, Saudi Arabia's minister of energy, says oil producers can influence the fundamentals of the oil market, despite fluctuating sentiment.

  • Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak.

    The oil market is likely to move into balance by the first quarter of 2018, said Russia's energy minister Alexander Novak on Sunday.

  • A man looks as the world's biggest Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) tanker DUHAIL as she crosses through the Suez Canal. The Qatari tanker, which was built to transfer LNG from Qatar to Europe and the U.S., is on her first trip ever from Qatar to Spain.

    Qatari Finance Minister Ali Shareef al Emadi said President Donald Trump had praised Qatar for combating terrorism three weeks ago.

  • Oil producing countries can monitor the situation and take various decisions accordingly, says Alexander Novak, energy minister of Russia.

  • Qatar will not let anyone dictate its foreign policy, says minister

    Qatar's minister of finance, Ali Shareef Al-Emadi, says actions of other GCC countries suggested they were looking to manipulate Qatar's foreign policy.

  • Qatar is a 'well-diversified economy' says finance minister

    It's business as usual in Doha, Qatar's minister of finance, Ali Shareef Al-Emadi told CNBC in an exclusive interview.

  • Frank Troise, SoHo Capital, and Chris Brankin, TD Ameritrade Asia, talk about the role of the U.S. in the standoff between GCC states and Qatar.

  • *Kuwait says Qatar will listen to neighbours' concerns. DUBAI/ DOHA June 11- Qatar is ready to listen to the concerns of Gulf Arab states that have cut diplomatic and economic ties, Kuwait said on Sunday, as it tried to mediate a solution to the worst regional crisis in years. Saudi Arabia and allies Egypt, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates severed ties with Qatar...

  • *All banks except Commercial Bank down in Doha. DUBAI, June 11- Shares in Qatari banks fell on Sunday after the United Arab Emirates central bank ordered UAE banks to be wary of accounts which they hold with six Doha- based lenders, while Dana Gas and Drake& Scull outperformed in the UAE. Five of the six are listed on the market: Qatar National Bank, Qatar Islamic Bank,...

  • *Shipments of dollar cash into Qatar disrupted. *UAE banks absent from Qatar markets after blacklist. DOHA/ DUBAI/ ABU DHABI, June 11- Shortages of U.S. dollars hit money exchange houses in Qatar on Sunday, making it harder for worried foreign workers to send money home, as foreign banks scaled back business with Qatari institutions because of the region's...

  • *Arab states cut ties leaving import-dependent Qatar vulnerable. They have been working extra shifts since Monday when Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and other nations cut ties and severed all transport links with Qatar, prompting fears of food shortages in the import-dependent country. The Saudi-led push to isolate Qatar by cutting diplomatic and...

  • *Kuwait says Qatar will listen to neighbours' concerns. DUBAI/ DOHA June 11- Qatar is ready to listen to the concerns of Gulf Arab states that have cut diplomatic and economic ties, Kuwait said on Sunday as it tried to mediate a solution to the worst regional crisis in years. Saudi Arabia and allies Egypt, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates severed ties with Qatar...

  • Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt have tightened their squeeze on Qatar by putting dozens of figures and charities they link to the country on terrorism blacklists. Saudi Arabia and its allies imposed an economic and diplomatic boycott on Qatar last week over what they say is the gas-rich Gulf nation's support for Iran and militant...

  • Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt have tightened their squeeze on Qatar by putting dozens of figures and charities they link to the country on terrorism blacklists. Saudi Arabia and its allies imposed an economic and diplomatic boycott on Qatar last week over what they say is the gas-rich Gulf nation's support for Iran and militant...

  • Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt have tightened their squeeze on Qatar by putting dozens of figures and charities they link to the country on terrorism blacklists. Saudi Arabia and its allies imposed an economic and diplomatic boycott on Qatar last week over what they say is the gas-rich Gulf nation's support for Iran and militant...