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The U.S. president's absence at the ASEAN meeting may signal to regional allies that Washington is not "as committed to Asia" as they would like, said Alex Capri, visiting senior fellow at the National University of Singapore.
OPEC officials quickly sought to reassure energy market participants on Wednesday, as oil prices fluctuated wildly ahead of a much-anticipated meeting between the influential oil cartel and its allied partners in early December.
"I think we need to trust the decision-making of the joint body because they're not interested in artificially high oil prices," says the CEO of Russian Direct Investment Fund, Kirill Dmitriev.
Big Oil should do all it can to embrace fast-improving Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the energy industry, according to the United Arab Emirates' (UAE) first minister dedicated to fostering the technology.
An audio tape of Jamal Khashoggi's killing may not implicate Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, according to Donald Trump's National Security Advisor.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Vice Premier Liu He have resumed discussions about a possible deal that would ease trade tension, just weeks before President Trump and President Xi are set to meet in Argentina for the G20 summit.
"We believe in the rule of law. Whatever the law says, we accept," Mahathir told CNBC.
"As you can see from the midterm elections, he has not done so well. The chances of him getting a second term is a bit bleak at the moment," the Malaysian leader told CNBC.
The Bloomberg Café Con Leche Index, which gauges Venezuela's inflation through the price of a cup of coffee, showed an annual inflation rate of 149,900 percent after its latest reading.
Research from the World Economic Forum looked into what executives in different regions class as the biggest threats to firms.
OPEC and its allies have agreed that technical analysis of the energy market shows a need to cut oil supply from 1 million barrels per day (bpd) from October levels, Saudi Arabia's energy minister Khalid al-Falih said Monday.
Amin Nasser tells CNBC there is a commitment to sell shares in the oil giant.
There's a need for some sense of urgency to settling America's trade issues with European allies. Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Saudi Arabia is not preparing for a break-up of OPEC, Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said Monday, adding the group will continue as the global central bank for oil markets for a long time.
Before the Trump administration began calling for unimpeded commerce and an end to authoritarianism in the Indo-Pacific, both Japan and Indonesia already had their own policy ideas for the critically important region.
OPEC kingpin Saudi Arabia believes the energy market has overcorrected in recent weeks.