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China hails 'mutual respect' as loops Portugal into belt initiative China will always stick to "mutual respect" in its efforts to deal wit... During Xi’s visit, Portugal and China signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation on Beijing’s belt and road initiative - which promotes expanding land and sea links between Asia, Africa and Europe, with billions of dollars pledged for infrastructure development
China hawk Navarro on trade talks: Markets should be patient and optimistic Peter Navarro — the White House adviser known for his hawkish views on China — is adopting a soothing tone after Tuesday’s stock-market plunge that was blamed in large part on worries about the U.S.-China trade fight. We had the presidents of China and the United States have a very warm and constructive exchange, and we’ve set off with a clear path over the next 90 days to deal substantively with structural issues and market-access issues We Want to Hear from You Join the conversation Comment
Unravelling US-China trade truce threatens deal wave But bankers and lawyers have warned since Mr Trump launched his protectionist America First effort that a deepening politicisation of dealmaking and regulatory scrutiny could threaten activity It will be interesting how this impacts big deals next year, said Hernan Cristerna, co-head global M&A at JPMorgan Chase
Trump and Xi declared a trade war truce but it won't make the holidays cheaper—here's why "What the president announced was merely a pause in escalation." Notable goods that may be affected include TVs, homes and home renovations, washing machines, solar panels and electronics Subscribe to CNBC Make It on YouTube! Consumer Reports: Here are the 6 best cars for first-time buyers    5:09 PM ET Wed, 12 Sept 2018 | 01:44
No deal on car tariffs as White House backpedals, Volvo threatens to move jobs overseas Carmakers were initially buoyed by the claim of an "incredible" trade deal emerging Trump's dinner Sunday with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G-20 summit. But the White House has now backpedled, acknowledging there was no deal. Johannes Eisele | AFP | Getty Images A US cargo ship seen at the Yangshan Deep-Water Port, an automated cargo wharf, in Shanghai on Apr. 9, 2018 Trump's National Economic Council advisor Larry Kudlow tried to strike an update note while acknowledging to Fox News a deal hasn't been signed and sealed and delivered yet
'Not to sound naive or anything': Trump says he believes 'every word' from China's Xi on trade truce In tweets Wednesday morning, Trump pushed back on reports that China may not swiftly address the White House's trade concerns as they pause tariffs. He called for the death penalty for distributors and pushers of the drug, saying it would yield incredible results The world's two largest economies have fired several shots this year in a trade war that has raised fears of economic damage and rattled investors Stock markets are closed Wednesday for President George H.W
China confident on U.S. trade pact, Trump cites Xi's 'strong signals' China expressed confidence on Wednesday that it can reach a trade deal with the ... Sources told Reuters that Chinese oil trader Unipec plans to resume buying U.S. crude by March after the Xi-Trump deal reduced the risk of tariffs on those imports Bush's death, but the effect of Wall Street's turmoil the previous day was felt in Europe and Asia with the benchmark Shanghai stock index .SSEC closing down 0.6 percent Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
As growth risks recede, ECB should move toward the exit: Vasiliauskas Growth risks for the euro zone receded in recent weeks, so the European Central ... The ECB will release new forecasts next Thursday and investors expect it to again lower its GDP projection after an exceptionally weak third quarter We can expect a degree of normalization in the growth cycle, Vasiliauskas said Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Where to Find Buying Opportunities in Emerging Markets Even as Trade Rattles the Stock Market As strategists turn their attention to the risks ahead in 2019, slowing global growth, and plenty of volatility, several recommend investors add stocks in emerging markets like China and Brazil. Text size When the list of potential crises is a long one, averting one crisis doesn’t offer much relief The strategists point to two things China has going for it: Stocks are trading at about a 15% discount to emerging markets, the biggest such discount since 2016, and most equity funds are still underexposed to Chinese assets
Donald Trump says China sending ‘strong signals’ of trade cooperation President Trump said Wednesday that China is confirming his announcement of a pause in its trade war with the U.S. Not to sound naive or anything, but I believe President Xi meant every word of what he said at our long and hopefully historic meeting On Tuesday, U.S. stock markets plummeted by about 3 percent, largely due to investors’ uncertainty about the tariff war with Beijing
Analysis | The Daily 202: Flynn sentencing memo hints at how much Mueller knows that we still don’t The special counsel recommended no jail time for the former national security adviser. THE BIG IDEA: The most striking part of Bob Mueller’s sentencing memo recommending Michael Flynn serve no prison time, because of his substantial assistance to several ongoing investigations, is how much got blacked out Officials conducted an internal investigation, contacted the bureau within days and ‘gave the FBI everything they asked for,’ the person said
For European chip stocks, business cycle returns with a vengeance Investors who bet on European semiconductor stocks to profit from innovations be... They are struggling to quantify the impact, said Achal Sultania, director of technology equity research at Credit Suisse in London The earnings cut has not been material - but people are marking down the multiples they are prepared to pay to own these stocks Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Analysis | The Finance 202: Stocks tank as 'Tariff Man' sows confusion over U.S.-China trade Nobody is sure what happens next. The price of U.S. hot-rolled coil, the benchmark for American steel, is up 20 percent in 2018, largely because of the tariffs #TNYcartoons A post shared by The New Yorker Cartoons (@newyorkercartoons) on Dec 2, 2018 at 5:06pm PST BULL SESSION From The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Tariff Man May Have Spoken Too Soon More than 5 million pounds of beef added to recall: 'International search' begins for rare blood type of toddler with cancer Bush's service dog Sully visits his coffin at the Capitol
Boom Bust asks what's the deal with US-China trade deal as Dow sinks 800 points The US stock market crashed on Tuesday amid confusion over Trump-promised concessions by Beijing in the US-China trade conflict. RT's Boom Bust talks to a market expert to find out what is happening. Trump posted a barrage of tweets on the trade agreement with Beijing after meeting with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping in Argentina, but not much has come from the Chinese side For more stories on economy & finance visit RT's business section Trends: China-US newsUS news