24 September 2021
Somalia's Deputy PM Mahdi Mohamed says government has ungraciously turned down Kenya's efforts toward delay in maritime case; points to a long-standing pressure by Uhuru's administration to settle dispute outside of court and excuse on COVID19 economic devastation
1 year ago
Vučić: With all borrowings, the level of public debt does not exceed 60 percent
China's foreign ministry said on Saturday the United States needed to stop the "unreasonable suppression" of Chinese companies like Huawei
Saudi sovereign fund discloses stakes in Citi, Boeing, Facebook
1 year ago
Ukraine MFA: Highly appreciate @EU_parliament decision to lend 1.2 bln euro of macro-finanial assistance to Ukraine. Timely support and good proof of our strategic partnership
1 year ago
Khamenei: Women's nudity and exploitation for men's pleasure led to the destruction of families & the weakening of the foundation of the family in the West. When the family is weakened and destroyed in a society, corruption becomes institutionalized in that society. FamilyDay
US retail sales plummeted 16% in April
Lebanese Finance Minister: The government wants to reduce the number of commercial banks from 49 to about half
Lebanese Finance Minister: We are ready to fulfill the IMF request to float the lira after receiving external support
Pro-Assad forces launched a campaign of arrests in the city of Maadan under its control in the eastern countryside of Raqqa and arrested 7 suspects on charges of insulting foreign currency exchange
1 year ago
Oil hits one-month high as signs of demand emerge amid coronavirus crisis
New US government document on illicit shipping and sanctions violations
As US weighs options, the lead vessel in the armada - the Fortune - has crossed Strait of Gibraltar and is in Atlantic en route Venezuela1 year ago
As US weighs options, the lead vessel in the armada - the Fortune - has crossed Strait of Gibraltar and is in Atlantic en route Venezuela
Iranian oil product ships with an estimated capacity of 1.5 million barrels destined for VENEZUELA1 year ago
Iranian oil product ships with an estimated capacity of 1.5 million barrels destined for VENEZUELA
Sen. Burr stepping down as Senate Intel Cmte. chairman during investigation into stock trades, Senate Majority Leader McConnell says
1 year ago
The Director-General of the World Trade Organization intends to resign next August
Main European stock markets slide more than 3% as news of more heavy US job losses drag down Wall Street
The Egyptian Central Bank keeps key interest rates unchanged
Federal appeals court rejects @realDonaldTrump bid to stop lawsuit brought by DC and Maryland alleging emoluments clauses violations by funneling foreign money through @TrumpDC
Rosneft   controls Vedomosti's publisher through a debt chain that links RRDB, Konstanta LLC, Arkan Investment, and Business News Media. No enterprise in this string is capable of repaying its loans.1 year ago
Rosneft controls Vedomosti's publisher through a debt chain that links RRDB, Konstanta LLC, Arkan Investment, and Business News Media. No enterprise in this string is capable of repaying its loans.
Nearly 3 million workers seek jobless aid, raising total layoffs since virus struck to 36 million
"I'm very disappointed in China," Trump said in an interview broadcast Thursday on Fox Business Network
Brussels endorses the aid of 1,280 million to Correos for its public service
1 year ago
Russia extends Igor Sechin's contract as CEO of Rosneft, the state-owned oil producer, another 5 years. Sechin became CEO in 2012 and has been on the board since 2004 with only a brief interuption in 2011/12
Treasury's Mnuchin says U.S. will slowly reopen economy
1 year ago
At least one oil tanker is underway to Venezuela carrying fuel from Iran -Refinitiv Eikon data
Venezuela's state oil company PDVSA paid former Congressman David Rivera $15 million to help improve its "long-term reputation and standing" in the U.S
1 year ago
Ukrainian Parliament passed the law on banks, 270 votes for. One of IMF demands for the next loan
The UK economy shrank 5.8% in March, less than the 7.9% decline expected1 year ago
The UK economy shrank 5.8% in March, less than the 7.9% decline expected
DJIA closes down 457 points
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