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Taiwan president in U.S. after warning of threat from 'overseas... Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen arrived in the United States on Thursday on a t... NEW YORK (Reuters) - Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen arrived in the United States on Thursday on a trip that has angered Beijing, warning that democracy must be defended and the island faced threats from overseas forces, in a veiled reference to China Tsai will be visiting St Vincent and the Grenadines, St Lucia, St Kitts and Nevis, and Haiti on her overseas tour In New York, Tsai will meet with members of the Taiwanese community and U.N Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
S&P 500 near flat as healthcare in spotlight The S&P 500 was little changed in afternoon trading on Thursday, with healthcare... Powell testified before the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday Iron Mountain (IRM.N) slumped after Bank of America Merrill Lynch downgraded the document storage company’s shares to underperform, citing recent declines in recycled paper pricing Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Healthcare limits stock gains; oil prices drop on weak demand forecast A broad index of stocks around the world pared gains slightly on Thursday as hea... Brent crude futures settled down 49 cents, or 0.73%, at $66.52 a barrel On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 172.94 points, or 0.64%, to 27,033.14, the S&P 500 gained 1.73 points, or 0.06%, to 2,994.8 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 14.12 points, or 0.17%, to 8,188.42 Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Target Is Goldman Sachs' Top Retail Stock Target is gaining market share and delivering impressive sales growth. Goldman has named Target its top pick in the big box group thanks to the company's potential for sustained same-store sales growth and opportunity to benefit from competitor bankruptcies and store closures XNYS: TGT | 1:21:27 PM 86.47 price (usd) 0.85(0.99%) daily change 52 week low 60.15 52 week high 90.39 See Full Interactive Chart Data as of 1:21:27 PM on 7/11/2019
Why Stocks Are Soaring Amid Rising Economic Fears: ‘There Is No Alternative’ Markets now have echoes of the mid-2010s, when central banks around the world were holding interest rates so low investors had little choice but to buy stocks. Advertisement The S&P 500 Bad news is cheered The most recent jump began after Federal Reserve chair, Jerome Powell, suggested the nation’s central bank was worried about the economy You are not seeing the party hats going on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, said JC O’Hara, the chief market technician at MKM Partners
Xi faces unpalatable choices on trade, politics and Hong Kong Hard approach would temporarily bolster Beijing's authority but risk long term costs He will lose face but reap real, albeit limited, gains The mass protest in Hong Kong presents Xi with the same dilemma Beijing is clearly facing the most serious political crisis since taking over the former British colony in 1997 Stay ahead with our exclusives on Asia Sign up to our newsletters to get our best stories delivered straight to your inbox
China is at a crossroads, Kevin Rudd tells London audience China fears that trade and technology wars with the United States will spill over into the finance sector, former prime minister Kevin Rudd said. Loading Rudd, who heads New York think tank The Asia Society Policy Institute, was in China in May and June The report said that, while major economies were legislating to subject strategically important investment deals to stricter review, disengagement between China and the rest of the world is not inevitable
Cargill quarterly profit dives 41% on trade tensions, U.S. floods Global commodities trader Cargill Inc [CARG.UL] reported a 41% drop in adjusted ... Cargill rivals Archer Daniels Midland Co and Bunge Ltd report quarterly results at the end of the month Cargill’s animal nutrition and protein segment posted a lower year-on-year profit for the third time in four quarters as poor weather disrupted U.S. Midwest cattle shipments and reduced demand for beef for outdoor grilling Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Trump accuses China of foot-dragging on farm purchases WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Thursday accused China of "letting us down" by not promptly buying more U.S. farm products. "They have not been buying the agricultural products... Beijing has counterpunched by taxing $110 billion in U.S. goods, specifically targeting U.S. farm products produced by many Trump supporters in the U.S. heartland Still, Larry Kudlow, director of Trump’s National Economic Council, said Thursday that our side expects China very soon to start purchasing American agriculture commodities, crops, goods and services
Mortgage rates hold steady at long-time lows, good news for borrowers Rates for home loans didn’t change much in a week when financial markets saw a lot of action, but by sticking near their lowest levels of the past few years,... In unsettled times, investors prefer the certainty of safer, fixed-income assets See: This new Redfin-Opendoor ‘iBuying’ partnership could send traditional real estate packing Andrea Riquier Andrea Riquier reports on housing and banking from MarketWatch's New York newsroom We Want to Hear from You Join the conversation Comment
Apple's India-made top-end iPhones to hit stores next month: source Apple Inc's top-end iPhones, assembled in India by Foxconn's local uni... Cupertino, California-headquartered Apple also assembles the lower-cost SE, 6S and 7 models in India through Wistron Corp’s local unit in the tech hub of Bengaluru Local production will give Apple the leeway to play with the margins of their distributors and indirectly price their phones lower, said Rushabh Doshi, a research director at tech consultancy Canalys Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Trump news: Why did Trump say ‘the kidney has a special place in the heart’? DONALD TRUMP is no stranger to causing controversy with his comments, but one statement, in particular, has baffled the globe after the US President said: “the kidney has a very special place in the heart”. There’s an esprit de corps spirit like you see rarely on anything, so I just want to thank all you folks for being here It’s really fantastic, and it’s truly an exciting day for advancing kidney health in our country The kidneys make urine which passes through your ureters to your bladder
What is behind the US-France tech company tax fight? France pressed ahead with the levy after failing to secure unanimous agreement for a wide-ranging digital tax at EU level in the face of opposition from Ireland, Sweden and Denmark The difficulty with finding a global solution has always been that countries fail to agree an apportionment of revenues from the profits of tech giants that they see as equitable and which conforms with the principles of other taxes on profits
America’s expansion is now the longest on record What could bring it to an end? Riding highAmerica’s expansion is now the longest on record What could bring it to an end Bond markets have been sounding the alarm, as long-term interest rates sink below short-term ones, often a harbinger of a downturn The unemployment rate has fallen to 3.7%, close to the lowest in half a century, but wage growth is only a tepid 3%
Brexit LIVE: Mark Carney FINALLY drops project fear as he admits UK ready for no deal BRITAIN's banks hold enough capital to cope with both a no deal Brexit and a global trade war, Bank of England (BoE) Governor said - but warned leaving the European Union on WTO terms would still "tighten financial conditions" for businesses and families. READ MORE: Boris in attack on May: Johnson says ‘hard to disagree’ with Trump’s ‘chaotic Brexit’ rant Donald Trump branded Theresa May's handling of Brexit 'a disaster' (Image: GETTY) 11.55am update: Nicola Sturgeon warns Scotland is facing the 'most challenging' six months Scotland has seen in years  Nicola Sturgeon renewed calls for a second Independence Referendum after launching a scathing attack against the UK Government
UK braves US ire by pressing ahead with tax on tech companies Companies with low global profit margins would either pay a lower rate of tax or be exempt if they could demonstrate their operating profit margin on UK business was zero or below Mr Bryce added that the planned change in April 2020 was too soon for businesses to adjust and said the Treasury was trying to rush implementation of rules even HMRC itself doesn’t understand