China has no desire for a dispute with the US but it is seeking its rightful place in the world.
Key players and experts believe that a deal will be done as 30 June deadline nears.
Seen as the last attempt to a deal, the end to the talks bring Greece closer to Euro exit
Gold prices to take their cues from developments in Greece and from Fed speak on US interest rates.
Global lender reviewing whether to include yuan in its basket of currencies.
Morgan analysts, led by Serena Tang, opined that in the most optimistic scenario, the gush could exceed $1.2tn.
The IMF walked away from talks as Greece and creditors cannot agree on taxes, finances and pensions.
Greek Communist party labour union supporters occupy finance ministry.
No deal would be the worst of catastrophes for cash-strapped Athens
Athens decided to postpone the payment of the €300m (£218m, $338m) loan – a highly unusual step, but one that does not yet signal a formal default.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to address parliament on 5 June
Tsipras said Greek government had put forward 'realistic' proposal.
Europe's leaders should look at themselves and consider who lent Greece the money in the first place.
€7.2bn in cash-for-reforms deal to be put to a reluctant Athens.
Greek Prime Minister says he put forward a comprehensive proposal after Troika leaders met
Increase in oil production and continued government spending will help support country, says IMF.
Russia annexed Crimea and backed pro-Kremlin separatists in eastern Ukraine in 2014.
Internal tensions in Syriza and the missed deal deadline on 31 May have made matters worse for Greece
Group's summit at Russia's Ufa in July would launch bank along with currency reserve pool, according to Vladimir Putin.
The negative impact of austerity and economic recession in Greece ahead of a deal with IMF and eurozone
IMF says appreciation over past year has normalised exchange rate of yuan.
Ukraine, battling separatists and bondholders, has also been hit by the oil rout and international sanctions on Russia.
China will be largest shareholder in Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, followed by India.
Nepal owes $3.8bn (£2.4bn, €3.3bn) in foreign debt, according to World Bank figures
IMF chief Christine Lagarde and anti-poverty group representatives to attend summit.
Kamath headed country's private banking giant ICICI Bank until April 2009.
Greece crisis: Athens won't cross red lines on pensions, privatisation as €750m payment to IMF looms
Athens demands mutual concessions in talks on bailout and debt.
Russia looks to pose stiff competition to West-dominated institutions such as IMF and World Bank.
Reserves boosted as overseas investors pour in large amounts of money in Indian debt and equities market.
Funding comes from Heavily Indebted Poor Country Initiative and Multilateral Debt Relief Initiative.