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"Pyongyang, despite having placed an end-of-year deadline in place in April, has basically closed the door on diplomacy with the United States entirely," said one expert. » Read More
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Christopher Steele met President Trump's daughter Ivanka at a dinner in 2007 and remained in touch for some time thereafter, according to an ABC News report.
The future of OPEC looks increasingly uncertain, energy analysts told CNBC Friday, citing a deepening rift among the 14-member group.
The new deal, which is much larger than many analysts had expected, will see OPEC+ reduce total oil output by 1.7 million b/d.
An upcoming meeting between OPEC and non-OPEC allies could see the group deepen oil production curbs, energy analysts told CNBC.
Beijing branded itself as a "near-Arctic state" and its far-stretched claim on the area is highly dependent on its partnership with Russia.
Given that the ramp up in supply of natural gas from Russia to China through a new pipeline will be "very gradual," China will probably continue to rely mostly on domestic production and imports of LNG says Peter Lee of Fitch Solutions.
Oil prices dropped Friday and posted their first negative week in 4 as tensions rose ahead of next week's OPEC+ meeting.
Ukraine has denounced Apple for referring to the annexed Crimean Peninsula as a Russian territory on its apps.
China has overtaken the U.S. to become the world's largest diplomatic network, according to a report from a Sydney-based think tank.
Greg Abovsky, CFO of Yandex, discusses the Russian internet giant's recently agreed corporate restructuring, which will grant decision-making powers to a body with ties to the Kremlin.
Sberbank's David Rafalovsky said he challenges anyone "to give me an example of great ground-breaking innovation in consumer banking."
Top U.S. diplomat Bill Taylor and State Department official George Kent testified before the U.S. house in the first open impeachment hearings against Donald Trump, where the two recounted the events during the withholding of U.S. aid to Ukraine.
European leaders need to "wake up" and act amid a "considerable" risk that the European Union will disappear, French President Emmanuel Macron has warned in an interview with The Economist.
Libra would put Facebook in the same vein as countries like China that are trying to find an alternative to the dollar, Halsey Minor says.
On Friday, a controversial law went into force that enables Russia to try to disconnect its internet from the rest of the world.
The construction of a disputed natural gas pipeline in Europe will be completed within months, analysts told CNBC Thursday.