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UNITED NATIONS/DUBAI/PARIS (Reuters) - The chances of a meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani while they are both in New York next week for the annual gathering of world leaders at the United Nations have dwindled since an attack on Saudi oil facilities.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian banks are expected to see weaker loan growth this year amid an operating environment which continues to be challenging.
NEW YORK: Let’s do it again.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - After failing to secure a clear election victory twice in six months, Israel's longest-serving prime minister now seems to be calculating that he can stay in power only by sharing it.
LONDON (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's ability to avert a global oil supply crunch will only become clear in a few weeks, because for now its crude held in storage can fill the gap and mask the scale of damage to its facilities, traders and analysts say.
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(Reuters) - Parliament in the tiny South Pacific country of Tuvalu elected a new prime minister on Thursday, making a change that analysts say could give China a chance to further undermine Taiwan in a region that has been a pillar of support.
FRANKFURT: Huawei launches what could be the world's most powerful and feature-packed 5G smartphone on Thursday, but the fate of the device in Europe will hang on whether it can overcome a U.S. ban to give customers the Google software they expect.
NEW YORK: Oil prices retreated about 2% on Wednesday, extending the previous day's declines after Saudi Arabia said it would quickly restore full production following last weekend's attacks on its facilities and as U.S. crude stockpiles rose unexpectedly.
PETALING JAYA: Oil prices are almost back to pre-shock levels yesterday following Monday’s 10% surge due to a weekend drone attack on one of Saudi Arabia’s most important oil facilities that many assumed would cripple petroleum exports for days or weeks.