WASHINGTON (Reuters) — A U.S. warship sailed near a disputed island in the South China Sea claimed by China, Taiwan and Vietnam on Sunday in an operation meant to challenge the competing claims of all three nations, a U.S. Defense Department official said.
WASHINGTON, July 2 (Reuters) — The United States on Sunday
lifted a ban on laptops in cabins on flights from Abu Dhabi to
the United States, saying the United Arab Emirates’ Etihad
Airways had put in place required tighter security measures.
June 30 (Reuters) — Even though a steady stream of money has
flowed out of U.S. stocks into overseas markets, investors
expect European and emerging market equities to rise further,
supported by expectations for economic growth and accommodative
central bank policies.
DUBAI, July 2 (Reuters) — Qatar’s stock slumped on Sunday as
a deadline for Doha to accept a series of political demands by
four Arab states was expected to expire late in the day with no
sign of the crisis ending while Saudi Arabia’s rally extended
for a third session.
* Russian oil output in June stands at 10.95 mln bpd
* All Russian oil producers except Rosneft cut or froze
* Russian oil output in H1 rose by 1.4 pct year/year
By Vladimir Soldatkin
MOSCOW, July 2 (Reuters) — Russian oil output stood at 10.95
million barrels per day (bpd) in June, unchanged from the
previous month, Energy Ministry data showed on Sunday, pointing
to the country’s full compliance with a global pact to curb
WASHINGTON (Reuters) — President Donald Trump lashed out on Saturday at the growing number of states refusing to give voters’ names, addresses and sensitive personal information to a commission he created to investigate alleged voter fraud.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) — U.S. President Donald Trump will speak with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Sunday, calls that come as frustration builds in the White House over North Korea’s nuclear program and overcapacity in the steel market.
DUBAI (Reuters) — Qatar faces possible further sanctions by Arab states that have severed ties with Doha over allegations of links to terrorism, as a deadline to accept a series of demands is expected to expire on Sunday night with no signs of the crisis ending.