OPEC, non-OPEC oil producers meet in Kuwait over output-cut compliance
KUWAIT (Reuters) - OPEC and rival oil producers are meeting in Kuwait on Sunday to review their progress with a global pact to cut supplies and may discuss whether the agreement should be extended beyond June to help stabilize the market.
China will open more to investors, but others must be fair: central bank chief
BOAO, China (Reuters) - China will substantially cut the number of sectors closed to foreign investment, its central bank governor said on Sunday.
Iraqi oil minister: market is decisive factor in possible cut extension
KUWAIT (Reuters) - Iraqi Oil Minister Jabar Ali al-Luaibi said on Saturday the market is a decisive factor in deciding whether to extend into the second half of this year a global agreement on reducing oil output.
Egypt attracts $3.1 billion foreign investment in domestic debt since flotation: deputy finance minister
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt attracted $3.1 billion of foreign investment in domestic debt instruments since the flotation of the pound in November up until mid-March, Deputy Finance Minister Ahmed Kojak told Reuters on Sunday.
Trump greenlights Keystone XL pipeline, but obstacles loom
WASHINGTON/CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's administration approved TransCanada Corp's
Keystone XL pipeline on Friday, cheering the oil industry and angering environmentalists even as further hurdles for the controversial project loom.
Third plane bought under sanctions deal arrives in Iran
DUBAI (Reuters) - An Airbus
A330 airliner arrived in Tehran on Saturday, the third of 200 Western-built passenger aircraft ordered by IranAir following the lifting of sanctions on Iran last year.
South Africa's Gordhan to court investors in Britain, U.S
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan embarks on a week-long non-deal investor roadshow in Britain and the United States on Monday as weak economic growth and ruling party tensions put the country's investment grade at risk.
ECB's next policy moves are in flux: Bundesbank
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The European Central Bank's next policy moves and the order they come in are still up in the air and might even include a rate hike or sales of bonds, a director at Germany's central bank said.
China, others lift ban on meat imports in boost for Brazil
BRASILIA/BEIJING (Reuters) - China lifted a ban on imports of meat from Brazil on Saturday after Brazilian authorities clarified details of a police investigation into alleged bribery of health inspectors, in a victory for President Michel Temer's efforts to stem damage from the probe.
U.S. business spending picking up, but may slow in second quarter
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - New orders for U.S.-made capital goods unexpectedly fell in February, but a surge in shipments amid demand for machinery and electrical equipment supported expectations for an acceleration in business investment in the first quarter.