Saudi Arabia oil attacks may halve output

Saudi stocks fell sharply on Sunday, after attacks on two plants at the heart of the kingdom's oil industry a day earlier knocked out more than half of Saudi crude output. Lauren Anthony reports. ...

Dow gains for 8th straight day

The Dow rose for an 8th straight session Friday, but weakness in Apple and Broadcom dragged the Nasdaq and S&P 500 lower. Fred Katayama recaps the action on Wall Street. Read...

LSE rejects Hong Kong’s $39 bln takeover offer

The London Stock Exchange emphatically rejected the Hong Kong bourse's $39 billion takeover offer on Friday, opting to stick with its planned purchase of data and analytics group Refinitiv. David Pollard reports. ...

ECB promises stimulus buys “as long as necessary”

The European Central Bank promised an indefinite supply of fresh asset purchases and cut interest rates deeper into negative territory on Thursday, an effort to prop up the ailing euro zone economy. David Pollard...

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Makes Takeover Bid for London Stock Exchange

Investing.com - Shares of the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX) fell after the bourse made a surprise takeover bid for the London Stock Exchange Group (LON:LSE). The proposed takeover approach is worth 31.6 billion pounds...

Forex – Safe-haven Yen Falls as Trump Delays China Tariffs, Sparks Risk Rally

Investing.com - The Japanese yen, which is widely considered as a safe-haven currency, fell on Thursday in Asia as encouraging signs in U.S.-China trade situation improved investor sentiment. The USD/JPY pair gained 0.2% to 108.03 by 11:59...

Cathay Pacific freezes new hiring, to focus on cost cuts: memo

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd (HK:0293) has put a freeze on new hiring, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters, as the airline battles a slump in demand from fliers...

Sino-U.S. trade thaw sparks risk rally, euro awaits ECB

By Tommy Wilkes LONDON (Reuters) - The euro hovered near $1.10 on Thursday as traders waited to see the scale of fresh stimulus expected from the European Central Bank, while China's yuan and Australia's dollar...

Saudi Aramco gives nine banks top roles on world’s biggest IPO: sources

By Hadeel Al Sayegh and Davide Barbuscia DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Aramco has hired nine banks as joint global coordinators to lead its planned initial public offering (IPO), slated to be the world's largest, two...

China unlocked, Argentine soymeal producers spy 2020 boost

By Hugh Bronstein and Tom Polansek BUENOS AIRES/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Argentine soy farmers and crushers expect a boost in demand next year after the South American grains giant won long-sought approval from China to export...
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Trump calls for negative interest rates from the Fed

U.S. President Donald Trump attacked the Federal Reserve on Wednesday in a call to push down interest rates into negative territory, a move reluctantly used by other world central banks to battle weak economic...

SPX Volatility

SPX Monitoring purposes; Sold SPX on 8/27/19 at 2869.16= gain .77%; long 8/23/19 at 2847.60. purposes GOLD: Long GDX (NYSE:GDX) on 1/29/19 at 21.96. Long Term Trend SPX monitor purposes; Sold SPX 7/5/19 & 2990.41= gain...

Some Indexes Break Resistance

Near-Term Outlook Remains “Neutral” The major equity indexes closed mixed Tuesday with positive internals on the NYSE and NASDAQ as overall trading volumes rose from those of the previous session. Some indexes closed above resistance...

Forex – Yuan Inches Up as China Scraps Foreign Investment Limit in Stock Markets

Investing.com - The Chinese yuan inched up against the U.S. dollar on Wednesday in Asia after Beijing scrapped foreign quota and allowed unfettered access to the stock markets. The USD/CNY pair inched up 0.1% to 7.1176 by 12:15 AM...

China to introduce measures to ease negative impact of trade war: Global Times

(Reuters) - China will introduce important measures to ease the negative impact of the trade war with United States, Hu Xijin, the editor in chief of the Global Times newspaper, said on Wednesday, without...

U.S. firms sour on their future in China as trade war bites: AmCham

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - The China-U.S. trade war is souring the profit and investment outlook for U.S. companies operating in the world's second-biggest economy, a survey by a prominent American business association showed. The annual poll...

Cautious optimism supports dollar ahead of ECB

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - The China-U.S. trade war is souring the profit and investment outlook for U.S. companies operating in the world's second-biggest economy, a survey by a prominent American business association showed. The annual poll...
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Aramco ready for foreign float alongside primary domestic listing

Saudi Aramco is primed to float on international markets to complement a planned domestic initial public offering (IPO) which has been selected as its primary listing, the state oil giant's chief executive said on...

Gold Prices Find a Bottom Just Below $1,500

Investing.com -- After four days of declines, gold prices appeared to find a temporary bottom just below $1,500 a troy ounce on Tuesday as a combination of weak data and unsettling words from China...
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Financial irregularities force new Nissan boss to step down

Nissan's embattled chief executive Hiroto Saikawa will step down on Sept. 16 and will be temporarily replaced by Chief Operating Officer Yasuhiro Yamauchi, the automaker's board chairman said on Monday. Francis Maguire reports. ...
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What to watch on Wall Street next week

The Apple of investors' eyes next week may be the new TV subscription service the iPhone maker is likely to reveal. Read more at : http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/USVideoBusiness/~3/bBa6UwMyBcY/what-to-watch-on-wall-street-next-week
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Wall Street ekes out gains

Wall Street's major indexes edged higher Friday as investors digested mixed signals from the U.S. jobs report and bet on an interest rate cut this month while China's stimulus plan helped ease some concerns...
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Breakingviews TV: Hong Kong hit

The city's leader Carrie Lam is formally withdrawing a controversial extradition bill which set off months of anti-government protests. Pete Sweeney and Robyn Mak talk about what this latest concession means, as well as...
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As Porsche jumps in, fresh signs that electric autos are on the rise

Fresh signs this week that electric vehicles are coming of age, with Porsche launching its first such car and UK registrations of emission-free motors jumping 377.5 percent. Julian Satterthwaite reports. Read...

General Electric continues reducing its debt

The reorganization of General Electric Company (NYSE-GE), which began several years ago, has been, according to CEO Larry Culp, successful. Thus, the chosen strategy means that the company will only retain those divisions directly...

Nissan probe finds CEO Saikawa, other executives overpaid: source

By Maki Shiraki and Naomi Tajitsu TOKYO (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co was embroiled in another scandal over executive pay on Thursday after Chief Executive Hiroto Saikawa admitted to being overpaid in violation of internal...

Forex – Yuan Inches Up as China, U.S. Set to Resume Trade Discussions In...

Investing.com - The Chinese yuan inched up on Thursday in Asia after China confirmed that it will resume trade talks with the U.S. in October. The USD/CNY pair dropped 0.1% to 7.1308 by 12:10 AM ET (04:10 GMT). China...

Former Nissan boss Ghosn’s trial to begin as early as March – Kyodo

TOKYO (Reuters) - The trial of Carlos Ghosn, the former head of Nissan Motor Co (T:7201) who has been charged with financial misconduct in Japan, will begin as early as March, Kyodo News said...

Pound at week-high, dollar sinks as risk-on mood cautiously holds

By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The British pound hovered around a one-week high on Thursday as another parliamentary defeat for Prime Minister Boris Johnson made investors optimistic that a no-deal Brexit could be avoided,...

Exclusive: Saudi’s Rumayyan takes control of Aramco IPO executive committee – sources

By Rania El Gamal, Marwa Rashad and Stephen Kalin DUBAI/RIYADH (Reuters) - The head of Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund was made head of an executive committee overseeing plans to float shares in Saudi Aramco...
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ECB back to easing again, but inflation still not in its grip – poll

The European Central Bank will cut its deposit rate next week and announce a restart of its asset purchase programme. But most economists polled by Reuters are sceptical about its ability to shape the...

Gold Prices Hold the High Ground Despite Return of Risk Appetite

Investing.com - Gold prices remained close to recent highs on Wednesday, refusing to give up much ground despite a broad rally in risk assets around the world. By 11 AM ET (15:00 GMT), gold futures for delivery...

Most Indexes Test Support

Data and Charts Remain Largely Neutral All of the major equity indexes closed lower Tuesday with negative internals on the NYSE and NASDAQ as NYSE volumes declined from the prior session while the NASDAQ’s rose....

U.S. Open – Lam Withdraws Extradition Bill, Death By Parliamentary Vote, Oil Rises

U.S. stocks and high-beta currencies are rallying after both European and Chinese services PMI readings showed improvement and after Carrie Lam withdrew the Chinese extradition bill. After a summer filled with protests, Hong Kong leader...

Euro keeps its value below US$1.10 per EUR

The development of the single European currency the euro (EUR) against the US dollar (USD) in recent days, under the pressure of geopolitical events and economic circumstances, not only in Europe but also globally,...

Asia stocks bounce on firmer Chinese lead, pound steadies

By Danilo Masoni MILAN (Reuters) - Britain's pound bounced from three-year lows on Wednesday after a parliamentary vote raised the prospect of another delay to Brexit while an easing of worries about political risk in...

Forex: USD stumbles, trade war hits another hurdle

Investing.com –The US dollar fell slightly to open the trading day in Asia Wednesday, with trade talks between the U.S. and China hitting yet another hurdle and stock markets falling on Tuesday in the...

Hong Kong rebounds, China mixed on trade war hurdles

Investing.com – After a downbeat day in the U.S., Asian equities started Wednesday mixed, with Chinese markets flat in the face of more trade war hurdles, Japan struggling to gain direction, Australia down and...

Weak factory data knocks dollar as Brexit delay hopes boost pound

By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The British pound bounced on Wednesday in the wake of a parliamentary vote opening the door for another Brexit delay, while the dollar drifted lower after weak manufacturing data...

2 Reasons Facebook Is Outperforming Peers Even With Market Volatility

Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) is leading the pack of top technology stocks, including Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX). The most surprising element in FB's rally is that this upward move has survived regulatory probes, fines, and...
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Oil drops 2% as trade war rumbles on and output swells

Oil prices fell by 2% on Tuesday, weighed down by rising OPEC and Russian oil output as well as the protracted U.S.-China trade dispute that has dragged on the global economy. David Pollard reports. ...

Copper Hits Two-Year Low as Signs of Global Slowdown Stack Up

(Bloomberg) -- Copper skidded to the lowest since mid-2017 as investors faced fresh evidence of a global slowdown and fading prospects for a deescalation in the U.S.-China trade war. Long known as a canary in...

Oil Falls 2% as Trade War and Rising Output Weigh

Investing.com - Oil prices fell around 2% on Tuesday, pressured lower by fears over the impact of U.S.-China trade war on the global economy and rising OPEC output. U.S. crude was down $1.36, or 2.5%, at...

U.S. Stock Futures Indicate Lower Openings Today

Dollar strengthening continues as tariffs kick in US stock indexes markets will reopen today after Labor Day holiday. Futures on US stock indices point to lower opening today. Equities ended the month lower. The S&P 500 finished August...

ANZ, Citi, Deutsche cartel case inches ahead in Australia

SYDNEY (Reuters) - An Australian magistrate shifted hearings to a larger room as a long-awaited criminal cartel case against Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (AX:ANZ) and the local units of Citigroup (N:C) and Deutsche Bank (DE:DBKGn) inched...

Asia stocks dented by trade war, Brexit showdown paralyzes pound

By Hideyuki Sano TOKYO (Reuters) - Global stocks dropped on Tuesday, hurt by U.S.-China trade frictions while the British pound fell to its lowest since January 2017 amid political uncertainty as Prime Minister Boris Johnson...

Forex: USD continues to climb, Sterling down on Brexit pressure

Investing.com – The U.S. dollar continued to climb Tuesday morning in Asia, rising to highs not seen since April 2017. The US Dollar Index that tracks the greenback against a basket of currencies was up 0.33% to...

Sterling on backfoot as political turmoil dogs Brexit process

By Olga Cotaga LONDON (Reuters) - The euro touched a 28-month low against the dollar on Tuesday as investors priced in deeper negative interest rates for longer in the euro zone. Money markets has ratcheted up...
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Ahead of Brexit, UK factories go quiet

British manufacturing contracted last month at the fastest rate in seven years, rocked by the deepening Brexit crisis and the global downturn. Julian Satterthwaite reports. Read more at : http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/USVideoBusiness/~3/VLmXupsPxtg/ahead-of-brexit-uk-factories-go-quiet

Saudi Arabia names head of PIF as Aramco chairman: Bloomberg

DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia has named Yasir al-Rumayyan, head of the kingdom's sovereign wealth fund, known as the PIF, as chairman of Aramco, replacing Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih, as the state oil giant...

Johnson’s actions caused protests in London and weakened the GBP

Taking recent developments into account, it looks that the UK is returning to the ‘golden age’ of Margaret Thatcher in the 1970s and 1980s, when the police scattered the crowds of dissatisfied miners. This...

OPEC Output Rises for First Time Since Start of 2019 Cuts

(Bloomberg) -- OPEC’s crude production rose last month, the first increase since the group and its allies started a new round of output cutbacks at the start of the year to shore up a...

Yen rises, yuan pares losses as Sino-U.S. tariffs kick in

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Forex: Yuan midpoint hits 11.5-year-low as more US-China tariffs kick in

Investing.com –The U.S. dollar gained some ground over the weekend while the Japanese yen weakened as new tariffs took effect in both the U.S. and China, marking the next step in their ongoing trade...

Stocks shiver as new U.S.-China tariffs add to global gloom

By Ritvik Carvalho LONDON (Reuters) - Global markets remained subdued on Monday after the United States and China imposed new tariffs on each other, while the spotlight returned to emerging-market risk as Argentina imposed capital...

Asian markets flat, shrug off new tariffs and HK violence

Investing.com – Most Asian markets except Hong Kong trended modestly higher Monday morning, as new tariffs kicked in on both sides of the ongoing U.S.- China trade dispute and Hong Kong experienced yet another...

Forget ZIRP: Top 10 Big Yields (BDCs, CEFs And REITs)

Over the last year, interest rate expectations have gone from expected rate hikes by the Fed to rate cuts, and it’s got people scared and confused. Increasingly confounding to many, rates in many regions...

Newmont Goldcorp: Assessing The Outlook For This Gold Stock

Goldhas proven an extremely popular investment over time. Investors are drawn to its “safe haven” status, meaning it tends to outperform equities in harsher economic times, and during other times of market volatility. This...

SPY Trends And Influencers August 31, 2019

Last week’s review of the macro market indicators saw heading into the last week of August that the equity markets had taken another body blow and were back at support. Elsewhere looked for Gold ($GLD) to...

3 Stocks To Watch In The Coming Week: Apple, Zoom Video, Slack Technologies

After saying goodbye to August—a month which proved to be one of the most volatile for investors so far this year—September is unlikely to bring some calm, unless both the U.S. and China move...

Indonesia arrests dozens for Papua protests that set buildings afire

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian police have arrested dozens of people in the easternmost region of Papua following protests last week in which buildings were set ablaze, a police spokesman said on Sunday. The area has...

Dorian set to slam Bahamas as powerful category 4 hurricane

By Gabriella Borter TITUSVILLE, Fla. (Reuters) - Hurricane Dorian became the strongest storm in modern records to hit the northwestern Bahamas and is expected to pound the islands with up to two days of torrential...

Philip Green prepares to break up his Arcadia Group: Sunday Times

LONDON (Reuters) - Philip Green is preparing to break up his Topshop-to-Dorothy Perkins fashion empire, the Sunday Times reported citing unidentified sources. The newspaper said Green would separate the brands of his Arcadia Group so...

Iranian oil tanker no longer has Turkish destination: ship tracking data

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - An Iranian oil tanker at the center of a dispute between Washington and Tehran is no longer heading towards Turkey's Iskenderun port and now has no specified destination, Refinitiv ship tracking...

Saudi Arabia splits industry and mining from energy ministry

RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia created a new ministry for industry and mineral resources, separating it from the kingdom's colossal energy ministry, and replaced the powerful head of the royal court, in a series...

Iran official says U.S. showing ‘some flexibility’ on oil sales

DUBAI (Reuters) - A senior Iranian official said on Saturday the United States had shown flexibility on the licensing of Iranian oil sales and this was a sign that Washington's "maximum pressure" policy against...

FCC chair Pai seeks approval for Nexstar-Tribune merger

By David Shepardson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai on Friday sought approval from his colleagues to order the go ahead for Nexstar Media Group Inc's acquisition of Tribune Media Co in...

Wall Street Weekahead: Retailers in spotlight as tariffs on consumer products kick in

By Noel Randewich SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - U.S. retailers will be front and center on Wall Street next week as the United States imposes new tariffs on $300 billion worth of Chinese imports, including clothing,...
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s account hacked

The account of Twitter Chief Executive Jack Dorsey was hacked on Friday afternoon, sending public tweets and retweets including racial slurs and curse words to 4 million followers. Read more at...
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Wall Street mixed ahead of holiday weekend

Wall Street showed mixed results Friday as investors were cautious ahead of a holiday weekend. Fred Katayama reports. Read more at : http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/USVideoBusiness/~3/IPfsHrMvTlc/wall-street-mixed-ahead-of-holiday-weeke

Euro Falls to Two-Year Low Amid Trade Concerns, Trump Ire

(Bloomberg) -- The euro sank below $1.10 for the first time since May 2017 amid low liquidity on a late-summer trading session. The common currency lost as much as 0.7% against the U.S. dollar, getting...
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Analysts slash oil price forecasts on trade, economy fears

Analysts have slashed their oil price forecasts to the lowest in more than 16 months, citing softening global demand as an economic slowdown looms and uncertainty prevails on the U.S.-China trade front. David Pollard...
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Samsung boss could end up in jail, again

South Korea's Supreme Court has overturned a ruling in the bribery case of Samsung's de facto chief Jay Y. Lee, part of a wider national scandal that embroiled former President Park Geun-hye. ...

Facebook acknowledges flaw in Messenger Kids app

(Reuters) - Facebook Inc (O:FB) acknowledged a flaw in its Messenger Kids app, weeks after two U.S. senators raised privacy concerns about the application, and said that it spoke to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission about...

Bonds reign supreme, equities struggle on recession, Brexit fears

By Hideyuki Sano TOKYO (Reuters) - Global bond yields flirted with record lows while stocks inched down on Thursday, as global recession worries from intensifying U.S.-China frictions and the spectre of a no-deal Brexit drove...

Yen on backfoot as returning confidence dulls safe-haven allure

By Saikat Chatterjee LONDON (Reuters) - The Japanese yen edged higher on Thursday, heading for its biggest monthly rise since May as risk appetite remained on the back foot with investors skeptical on the prospect...

Argentina to extend maturities of international bonds, IMF debt: Treasury minister

By Eliana Raszewski and Hugh Bronstein BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina will negotiate with holders of its sovereign bonds and the International Monetary Fund to extend the maturities of its debt obligations as a way...

U.S. Agriculture secretary pledges Trump will announce way to boost biofuel demand

By Eliana Raszewski and Hugh Bronstein BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina will negotiate with holders of its sovereign bonds and the International Monetary Fund to extend the maturities of its debt obligations as a way...

Fox News Advertisers Get Direct Line to the Viewer-in-Chief

(Bloomberg) -- Farmers seeking government assistance knew where to make their case: on Fox News, in TV ads with tractors and corn stalks designed to snag the attention of President Donald Trump. U.S. airlines, opposed...
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Fake-branded bars slip dirty gold onto world markets

A forgery crisis is quietly roiling the world's gold industry, with gold bars fraudulently stamped with the logos of major refineries being inserted into the global market to launder smuggled or illegal gold. Julian...

Gold price is at 6-year high

Investors' interest in gold has increased considerably after the re-aggravation of the US-China trade war. On 26 August, 2019 the price of gold reached US$1,573.30 per troy ounce. On Tuesday, 27 August 2019, at...

Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific warns against protest outside its premises

By Jessie Pang and Felix Tam HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong on Wednesday to denounce Cathay Pacific Airways (HK:0293) for dismissing crew taking part in or...

Asian stocks post modest gains on Wall Street futures, oil

By Jessie Pang and Felix Tam HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong on Wednesday to denounce Cathay Pacific Airways (HK:0293) for dismissing crew taking part in or...

Rupee Loses Its Mojo in Another Ugly August for India’s Currency

(Bloomberg) -- The rupee’s resilience in the face economic headwinds has come to an end, with India’s currency losing its year-to-date gains in the space of just one month. The country’s massive domestic market is...

Dollar pressured again as economic fears linger amid declines in U.S. yields

By Shinichi Saoshiro TOKYO (Reuters) - Pressure was back on the dollar on Wednesday, as nagging fears the Sino-U.S. trade war will drag on and severely hurt economic growth led to yet another slide in...

Gold Prices Gain on Trade Uncertainty, Economic Worries

Investing.com - Gold prices traded higher on Tuesday as uncertainty over future developments in the U.S.-China trade conflict and worries over the global economy continued to boost demand for the safe-haven precious metal. Gold futures for...

U.S. to states: School lunch changes none of your business

By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK (Reuters) - As schools begin reopening their doors to children nationwide, the U.S. government has told a federal judge that states have no power to sue over new rules they...
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Deutsche Boerse offices raided over share-trading scam

Public prosecutors on Tuesday raided offices of German exchange operator Deutsche Boerse as part of a broader investigation into a fraudulent share-trading scheme, Cologne's public prosecutor's office said by phone. Francis Maguire reports. ...

Jaguar Health: A Different Angle On An Old Problem

We are initiating research on Jaguar Health Inc (NASDAQ:JAGX), which is centered on the development and marketing of its drug crofelemer for diarrheal disorders. It is approved and marketed under the name Mytesi for...

Global Markets Rebound As Trade War Concerns Abate

Dollar strengthening resumed on strong durable goods data US stock indexes recovered partly from sharp losses of Friday as trade war concerns abated after President Trump said Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, the top Beijing negotiator with...

Yen rises as traders temper optimism over U.S.-China trade deal

By Hideyuki Sano and Stanley White TOKYO (Reuters) - The yen rose on Tuesday as some investors tempered their optimism about the chances for a quick resolution to the U.S.-China trade war, which boosted so-called...

Australia ‘less vulnerable’ to external shocks despite trade war: RBA

SYDNEY (Reuters) - A global trade war was a "significant risk" to the world economy though Australia's shrinking current account deficit meant it was less vulnerable to external shocks, the deputy governor of the...

Asia stocks, bond yields climb as trade war fears ebb

By Shinichi Saoshiro TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks rose in step with their global peers on Tuesday while safe-haven bonds retreated, after U.S. President Donald Trump softened his tone against China and predicted the two...

Papa John’s set to appoint Arby’s President Lynch as CEO: Bloomberg

(Reuters) - Papa John's International Inc (O:PZZA) is set to name Rob Lynch as the pizza chain's new chief executive officer, Bloomberg reported late on Monday, barely 19 months after Steve Ritchie took over...

Gold Prices Hold Gains Despite Apparent Scaling Back of U.S.-China Trade Tensions

Investing.com - Gold prices ran out of steam on Monday, pulling back from intraday highs, as Washington and Beijing toned down their tough trade rhetoric, dampening demand for the safe-haven precious metal. Spot gold gained $6.14,...

US Stocks Plunge After Trump Orders US Manufacturers To Leave China

US stock indexes plummeted on Friday as President Trump announced an additional duty on some $550 billion of Chinese goods after Beijing unveiled new 5% to 10% tariffs on another $75 billion worth of US...

Emini Weekly Sell Signal Bar But Within August Trading Range

Market Overview: Weekend Market Update The Emini had a strong selloff on Friday, but it is still within its 3-week trading range. While the odds favor a break below the August low and 2800 within a few...

Oil rises on hopes of easing U.S.-China trade tension

By Noah Browning LONDON (Reuters) - Oil prices rose on Monday after the United States and China both suggested they could ease up in a trade war that has undermined the outlook for the global...
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Japan denies giving up ‘too much’ in trade talks

Japan’s top government spokesman denied on Monday that Tokyo made too many concessions in trade talks with the United States, saying the fact the two countries were able to reach a broad agreement was...
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What Trump can do to get U.S. factories out of China

President Trump has ordered U.S. manufacturers to get out of China and has a few options to convince CEOs to do his bidding. Conway G. Gittens reports. Read more at :...