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Turkey's Erdogan denounces dollar; US acting like 'wild wolves'

Turkish president announces negotiations with Russia are ongoing to sideline 'damaging' US dollar in global trade.

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Erdogan labels rating agencies as 'impostors' and 'racketeers'

Scathing comments come after two agencies sounded more alarm over the state of Turkey's banks.

Turkish lira

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IMF vows 'full support' for Argentina amid economic crisis

A day after anti-austerity protests, IMF says it will work with Argentina on 'revised plan' to help its ailing economy.

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Canada and US seek ways to salvage NAFTA as deadline looms

Canadian and US negotiators express optimism as they race to agree to new terms by Trump's Friday deadline.

NAFTA

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Turkey minister sees 'no economic risk' amid row with US

Berat Albayrak says Ankara sees no big risk to Turkey's economy after Moody's cuts rating for 20 Turkish institutions.

Turkey's Finance Minister Berat Albayrak

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Iran's Rouhani questioned in parliament

President Hassan Rouhani blamed Iran's economic woes on an 'American conspiracy' during a grilling by parliament.

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South Sudan rebel leader Machar 'refused' to sign peace deal

The main opposition groups are demanding guarantees over their reservations about the deal.

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US vows to fight Iran lawsuit in international court

Tehran accuses Washington of 'naked economic aggression' and urges UN's top court in The Hague to nullify US sanctions.

international court

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ICJ hears Iran lawsuit to have US sanctions lifted

Iran says US sanctions are damaging its economy and violating terms of 1955 friendship treaty between two countries.

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Iran's finance minister Masoud Karbasian impeached

Karbasian is the second Rouhani cabinet minister sacked this month after removal of Labour Minister Ali Rabiei.

Masoud Karbasian

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