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[PARIS] Greece and its international creditors will meet Saturday in Paris to discuss Athens' massive debt bailout programme and reforms it must adopt in exchange for urgently needed funds,...

[WASHINGTON] The Group of 20 leading economies on Friday discussed ways to raise emerging countries'voting rights at the IMF as part of an effort to move past US foot-dragging on reforms to the...

[MOSCOW] Russia's foreign-currency credit rating was kept one step below investment grade at Standard & Poor's as policy makers struggle to boost growth and the financial system risks...

[WASHINGTON] Global finance chiefs identified volatile currencies as a threat to an improving world economy, signaling for the first time that they may be concerned by a surging US dollar.

[WASHINGTON] The United States on Friday pressed the world's leading exporters, including Germany and Japan, to generate more economic growth within their borders, warning that the world could...

[WASHINGTON] The Group of 20 leading economies struck a hopeful tone on the outlook for global growth on Friday, even as officials fretted that Athens' inability to strike a deal with its...

[WASHINGTON] The United States piled pressure on Greece Friday to agree to key reforms to obtain new EU financing, but equity markets sank in fear that Athens is headed for default.

NON-OIL domestic exports (NODX) surprised the market with an 18.5 per cent jump in March, the biggest monthly increase in more than three years.

INDIA'S trade deficit in March was the highest in four months, at US$11.79 billion, as exports continued to fall, underscoring risks for growth prospects in Asia's third-largest economy...

UK JOBLESS benefit claims fell to the lowest level in four decades and pay growth accelerated in an electoral boost for Prime Minister David Cameron.