G20

What would cyber warfare with Syria look like?

Sep 5, 2013
No 'boots on the ground' for now, but what about cyber warfare with Syria?
Posted In: syria, G20, cyber warfare

Syria weighs on economic focus of G-20 summit

Sep 4, 2013
The meeting of the world's top 20 economies has a broad agenda for addressing global economic concerns, but Syria looms as a point of tension between the U.S. and Russia, the conference's host.
Posted In: G20, global economics, syria, Putin

'Currency wars' on the agenda at the G20

Feb 15, 2013
The Group of 20 major world economies are meeting in Moscow today, and the biggest item on the agenda is global monetary policy with some countries complaining about a 'currency war.'
Posted In: G20, Global Currency War, dollar, yen

U.N. warns of possible food crisis

Aug 9, 2012
The world could face the worst food crisis in five years if countries like the U.S. start restricting exports of agricultural products. That's according to the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization, which says bad weather is causing a spike in global food prices that could be made worse if countries stockpile.
Posted In: food prices, United Nations, G20

MID-DAY UPDATE: Ireland, quantitative easing and mortgage interest deductions

Nov 12, 2010
The Federal Reserve plans to invest $600 billion buying U.S. and corporate debt -- learn why Republicans worry that the Fed may be a wee-bit too...
Posted In: Dave Camp, deficit-cutting, Federal Reserve, G20, Ireland, mid-day update, mortgage interest deduction, National Museum of American Jewish History, New York, quantitative easing

MID-DAY UPDATE: G20 and a deficit-reduction plan to save $4 trillion

Nov 11, 2010
From G7 to G20, learn about the organization of leaders of 20 of the world's biggest economies -- a lesson to prepare you for the summit currently...
Posted In: David Barger, deficit-cutting, e-tailers, foreclosures, free shipping, G20, JetBlue, mid-day update

MID-DAY UPDATE: Central Bank to buy bonds, Chrysler predicts profit and "congestion pricing"

Nov 8, 2010
Learn why the G-20 nations and other world leaders object to the Federal Reserve's decision to buy $600 billion worth of treasury bonds. We examine...
Posted In: Airbus A380, Chrysler, congestion pricing, Federal Reserve, G20, Indonesia, mid-day update, quantitative easing