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Exports jump 6.7% to $34.6 billion, as 8 of Canada's 11 export sectors bounce back in May 2020
United States exports are down 4.4% to $144.5 billion, while imports fall 0.9% to $199.1 billion in May 2020
OPEC member states cut oil output by 6.2 million barrels per day in May 2020
Peru's commerce ministry says ginger's medicinal benefits likely caused the increase in consumption. But experts also caution there is no definitive evidence it can treat COVID-19.
Vietnam usually exports more than $30 million worth of fresh lychees each season, but business is down as the coronavirus crisis triggers border closures
Compared with a year earlier, German exports slump 31.1% in April 2020 – 'the biggest fall in a single month since foreign trade statistics began in 1950'
With consumer demand muted and key overseas markets suffering downturns, Chinese imports drop to a 4-year low in May 2020
(UPDATED) Algerian Oil Minister Mohamed Arkab, who currently holds OPEC's rotating presidency, says the agreed cut for July 2020 is 9.6 million barrels per day
The Dow piles on around 830 points, or 3.2%, to finish at 27,110.98 on Friday, June 5
Canada's total exports fall 29.7% in April 2020, while total imports are down 25.1% – described as 'unparalleled' declines
Exports in Mexico fall by more than 40% in April 2020, while imports are down 30%
As the coronavirus hits trade across the globe, exporters in China are forced to look to domestic markets after years of selling overseas
To drive economic growth, China will 'rapidly activate domestic demand' to make up for weakness in the international markets
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries says 'speedy supply adjustments' are already 'showing positive response'
Germany posts an 11.8% drop in exports in March 2020, far steeper than a 5% forecast from analysts
An analyst says China's exports of medical supplies provided a boost. But weakness may be ahead as key trading partners fall into recession.
United States exports post a record decline of 9.6% in March 2020
Canada's exports fall 4.7% to Can$46.3 billion in March 2020, while imports decline 3.5% to Can$47.7 billion
The Russian agriculture ministry says it already 'fully exhausted' export quotas for certain grains, prompting the suspension
'Riyadh may have unleashed something it is unable to control,' says an analyst
Here's how the value of a barrel of oil plunged into negative territory for the first time
Here is a look back at a tumultuous 6-week period for oil, which saw United States prices plummeting to below zero
Japan's exports to the United States, European Union, and China tumble in March 2020, leading to an 11.7% drop for the month
Oil giant Aramco does not clarify whether or how this would be split between exports and domestic supply
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries now forecasts a drop of around 6.8 million barrels per day in average daily demand for 2020
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies are cutting output to arrest the slump in oil prices
An analyst warns that 'the worst is still to come for China's export sector' as the coronavirus ravages its trading partners
(UPDATED) In a compromise, major oil-producing countries agree to slash output by 9.7 million barrels per day starting May 1, down slightly from 10 million barrels per day envisioned earlier
Nigeria, Africa's most populous nation and biggest oil producer, is hoping for additional revenues once oil prices bounce back
Oil output will be cut by 10 million barrels per day in May and June, though Mexico rejects its share of cuts, which would have been 400,000 barrels per day
Argentina is a land of plenty, but its export industry has been badly affected by the worldwide lockdown
Russia is the world's top wheat exporter. Its new restrictions apply to wheat, maize, barley, and rye, as well as a mixture of grains called meslin.
On a single day, Saudi Aramco says it is 'breaking records to supply 15 tankers loading more than 18.8 million barrels of oil'
(UPDATED) With oil prices already at 17-year lows, Saudi Arabia announces it is ramping up exports beginning May
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, crude oil production continues at full steam, pushing storage capacity to its limits
Cost cutting is inevitable for oil firms as prices continue to drop
As a price war with Russia escalates, Saudi Aramco says it can keep up its new level of output for a sustained period
Crude prices fall more than 20% this week and are on course for their biggest weekly drop since the global financial crisis of 2008
Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates say they will together boost oil production by at least 3.5 million barrels per day, stepping up the price war against Russia
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries lowers its forecast for global average daily demand to 99.73 million barrels
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak says Moscow remains open to cooperation with OPEC to stabilize the oil market
Here are some key questions surrounding the plunge in oil prices and the strategy driving Saudi Arabia, the world's top crude exporter
Oil prices suffer their biggest drop in nearly 30 years on Monday, March 9, following Saudi Arabia's move to launch a price war against Russia
With the slowdown in global growth caused by the coronavirus, market players expect the plunge in oil demand and prices to continue
China's exports from January to February 2020 fall 17.2% from a year ago, with the novel coronavirus hitting supply chains
Oil prices tumble further as OPEC and the so-called OPEC+ grouping end their meeting on Friday, March 6, without an agreement
OPEC nations, led by Saudi Arabia, agree to recommend 'a further adjustment of 1.5 million barrels per day' until June 30, 2020. It remains to be seen if their allies will agree.
OPEC's credibility rests on the commitment of member states to follow through on cuts
United Nations economists say manufacturing disruptions in China are 'expected to have repercussions elsewhere through regional and global value chains'