IMF chief Christine Lagarde said that Ukraine cannot use its central bank reserves to pay creditors, rebuffing a suggestion by bondholders that it do so.
Ambassador of the US in Kazakhstan speaks about the importance of relations with Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan has finally agreed upon terms of accession to the World Trade Organization.
The International Monetary Fund said it could continue to support Ukraine with bailout funding even if Kiev does not reach a debt restructuring deal with private creditors.
The EU's Economic Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici said he believed "more than ever" that a debt deal was possible between Greece and its creditors.
Accession to the Eurasian Union is having a negative effect on Kyrgyzstan's healthcare system.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was expected to meet with Angela Merkel in Brussels after the EU's top official for the euro said a breakthrough bailout deal could be "days" away.
Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev is concerned about Kazakhstan’s agricultural sector.
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis warned that EU leaders had a duty to avoid a historic "failure" and urged a swift accord in Greece's debt talks with its creditors.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed into law an amnesty for people who illegally spirited funds out of the country.
OPEC's announcement that it is keeping crude output levels unchanged again, despite a collapse in oil prices, reflects the growing influence of booming US shale.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker refused a request from Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to talk on the phone.
OPEC ministers gather for an eagerly awaited meeting which is widely expected to leave its output levels unchanged, despite the recent oil price collapse and global oversupply.
The IMF confirmed that Greece will be bundling four debt repayments due in June at the end of the month, averting the possibility of a Greek default.
European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker said that "challenging" negotiations with Greece would continue, after late-night talks with premier Alexis Tsipras broke up without a deal.
Swedish furniture giant IKEA announced that it would expand its online sales service to include home deliveries in all countries where it has stores.
Greece still rejects some of the reform plans put forward by its EU-IMF creditors but sees a willingness to reach a deal in coming days.
Latin American crude producer Venezuela, struggling to cope with sharply lower oil prices, is seeking support outside OPEC to stabilise the market.
Microsoft has agreed to acquire 6Wunderkinder GmbH, a Berlin-based startup behind the Wunderlist to-do list app, for between $100-200 million.
Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Monday attacked the country's creditors for insisting on what he described as "absurd" reforms.