Archiv: finance ministries


18.01.2020 - 16:19 [ Oilprice.com ]

Mnuchin: US Works With China To Cut Off All Iranian Oil Imports

The United States is working closely with China to have it cut off altogether imports of Iranian crude oil, as the U.S. steps up sanctions pressure on the Iranian regime, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, Steven Mnuchin, told Fox News’ ‘Sunday Morning Futures’.

28.07.2019 - 10:48 [ Sajid Javid / Telegraph ]

On my watch, the Treasury is ready to play a full role in delivering Brexit

In 95 days we will leave the EU. Of that there should be no doubt. Three years after the referendum, the countdown to delivering on the democratic will of the British people has well and truly begun. In three months’ time, we will be an independent nation once more. Free to set our own path to our own future.

26.07.2019 - 18:34 [ Bloomberg ]

Draghi Shouts Louder at Germany as ECB Prepares Stimulus

(25.07.2019)

Yet Germany, which has a budget surplus and which can borrow money at sub-zero rates, doesn’t see the problem even as its own manufacturing sector contracts. Finance Minister Olaf Scholz told Bloomberg Television on Thursday, minutes before Draghi’s press conference, that he has no plans to loosen the country’s purse strings because it’s not “necessary or wise to act as if we were in a crisis.”

10.06.2019 - 01:54 [ Bloomberg ]

Mnuchin Says Trade Talk With PBOC’s Yi Gang Was Constructive

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin tweeted that he had a „candid“ and „constructive“ talk on trade issues with People’s Bank of China Governor Yi Gang.

Mnuchin had earlier played down expectations for the meeting with Yi, which took place on the sidelines of a gathering of Group of 20 finance ministers and central bankers in Fukuoka, Japan.

10.06.2019 - 01:50 [ Japan Times ]

G20 finance chiefs discuss measures to guard against economic risks in Fukuoka meeting

(08.06.2019)

With the outlook of the global economy clouded by the ongoing U.S.-China trade war, finance leaders from the Group of 20 nations kicked off a two-day meeting Saturday in Fukuoka to discuss measures to guard against economic risks.

25.01.2019 - 18:20 [ Trend.az ]

Tunisia’s foreign currency reserves rise after Saudi loan

The government said last week that Finance Minister Ridha Chalgoum had signed in Riyadh a $500 million loan with a low interest rate. He gave no further details.

Last month, Prime Minister Youssef Chaded said after a visit to Riyadh that Saudi Arabia had pledged financial aid worth about $830 million, of which $500 million would be used to finance the budget.