Saudi Arabia’s Finance Minister Mohammed al-Jadaan met U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin in Riyadh, a statement from the ministry said on Tuesday.
Stocks fell on Friday after the release of mixed employment data jolted interest rates higher. The 10-year note yield rose to 3.24 percent.
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The U.S. Treasury on Thursday issued new North Korea-related sanctions that target a Turkish company and two Turkish individuals among others, according to the department’s website.
Italy’s prime ministerial spokesman has warned that the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement in the coalition government will sack Treasury officials in a “mega-vendetta” unless they find the resources needed for welfare spending.
The U.S. Treasury Department on Thursday imposed sanctions against a North Korean computer programmer and the company he worked for, accusing them of the 2017 global WannaCry ransomware attack and the 2014 cyber attack on Sony Corp.
Spa owners and authors appear eligible for the new break for professionals, along with some of President Trump’s real estate entities. Doctors, however, are out of luck.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Sunday that he believes the quickening pace of growth in the nation’s economy in the second quarter will persist for the next few years. “I don’t think this is a one- or two-year phenomenon. I think we definitely are in a period of four or five years of sustained 3 percent growth at least,” Mnuchin said in an interview with ‘Fox News Sunday.’ The U.S. economy grew at its fastest pace in nearly four years in the second quarter – at a 4. …
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Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte denied in newspaper comments on Friday that the country’s treasury minister could leave the government, following rumors of friction within the administration.
The U.S. Treasury Department imposed sanctions on Wednesday against five groups and eight individuals linked to Syria’s chemical weapons program, the department said in a statement.
Maria Butina, accused in the United States of spying for Russia, had wider high-level contacts in Washington than previously known, taking part in 2015 meetings between a visiting Russian official and two senior U.S. officials.