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Opinion | Trump might win his trade war with China The president knows the secret to negotiating: Be willing to walk away. President Trump and China's President Xi Jinping shake hands after making joint statements at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Nov. 9, 2017 He knew we were overpaying, and he knew that quiet efforts to cajole better behavior had largely fallen on deaf ears in Beijing
U.S., China eye higher-level talks after discussing tech transfer U.S. and Chinese officials are working on arrangements for higher-level trade ta... China has repeatedly played down complaints about intellectual property abuses, and has rejected accusations that foreign companies face forced technology transfers CORDIAL STANDOFF Discussions on those issues were an extensive part of the talks, said people in Washington familiar with the discussions Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
U.S. gadget love forecast to grow despite trust issues The U.S. tech industry is weathering a crisis of confidence over data protection and a difficult geopolitical situation, with record sales expected in 2019, organizers of the Consumer Electronics Show said. The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) predicted that U.S. retail revenue in the sector would climb to a record high… President Trump's motives are appropriate but his tactics are inappropriate The trade event features 4,500 exhibitors across 2.75 million square feet (250,000 square meters) of exhibit space showcasing artificial intelligence, augmented and virtual reality, smart homes, smart cities, sports gadgets and other cutting-edge devices But if you're talking about someone's medical history, that's very important
Opinion | How to rein in Big Tech Self-regulation by Internet-based companies has not worked. By Steven Hill January 7 Steven Hill is a journalist and the a uthor of Raw Deal: How the ‘Uber Economy’ and Runaway Capitalism Are Screwing American Workers But what if the company refuses to follow the conditions of the digital license After all, Facebook has a history of ignoring previous agreements and consent decrees Molly Roberts: Sheryl Sandberg and the emptiness of leaning in
8@eight: ASX to edge higher at open as Wall Street rally rolls on What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX. Given consumption contributes just over 50 per cent of total GDP, the perceived economic headwinds for consumers is driving markets to price in some-degree of an economic slow-down in 2019 Market watch: SPI futures up 10 points at about 6.40am AEDT AUD +0.2% to 71.84 US cents (Overnight peak: 71.98) On Wall St near 2.40pm: Dow +0.3% S&P 500 +0.2% Nasdaq +0.2% In New York, BHP flat Rio -0.7% Atlassian -0.1% In Europe: Stoxx 50 +0.2% FTSE +0.5% CAC -0.2% DAX +0.3% Spot gold -0.4% to $US1288.71 an ounce at 12.44pm New York time Brent crude -0.1% to $US61.39 a barrel US oil -0.1% to $US52.30 a barrel Iron ore -0.7% to $US73.36 a tonne Dalian iron ore +0.3% to 509.50 yuan LME aluminium +0.5% to $US1861 a tonne LME copper -0.5% to $US5928 a tonne 2-year yield: US 2.56% Australia 1.84% 5-year yield: US 2.56% Australia 1.98% 10-year yield: US 2.73% Australia 2.31% Germany 0.25% US-Australia 10-year yield gap 6.42am AEDT: 42 basis points This column was produced in commercial partnership between Fairfax Media and IG
Chinese Government Turns Trade War Into Ground War U.S. energy companies may start to feel the bite of the U.S.-China trade war in 2019. The Chinese government has taken the trade war beyond tariffs and are confronting American companies individually and at the border. After a nearly seven-month investigation into China’s potentially unfair trade practices in 2017, President Trump announced in March 2018 that the U.S. would address the issue with three tacticstariffs, a World Trade Organization dispute settlement process, and investment restrictions China is prioritizing shipments to other parts of the world out of Shanghai Trade wars complicate energy companies’ ability to do sourcing and supply and sell into foreign markets, Zive said
Car manufacturers in Europe join Apple in feeling effects of China’s slowdown Automobile makers join luxury-goods companies in seeing demand dented as China’s economy slows and Chinese consumers’ mood takes a turn for the worse. In America, Ralph Lauren RL, -2.24% dropped 3.2% and Tiffany & Co. TIF, -1.92% was down 4.2% Last year JLR said diesel accounts for 90% of its sales in the U.K will begin with a voluntary redundancy programme in the UK We Want to Hear from You Join the conversation Comment
Jaguar Land Rover, Ford and Honda deliver triple dose of bad news for UK car industry Thousands of job cuts and a post-Brexit production shutdown announced Jaguar Land Rover, Ford and Honda delivered a triple dose of bad news for the UK car industry on Thursday Honda announced it will pause production at its Swindon plant in April in anticipation of border disruption after Brexit on 29 March Longer-standing problems lay behind Ford’s decision to cut thousands of jobs across the UK and mainland Europe
Stocks rise for fifth straight day as the Fed supports An index of world stock markets edged higher on Thursday as worries over the lac... The S&P 500 retail index was 0.7 percent lower, and Macy’s shares sank 18.4 percent Gold steadied near a more than six-month peak on Thursday, with spot gold little changed at $1,286.98 per ounce (GRAPHIC: World stock market valuations fall - Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Top U.S. Business Lobby Takes On Trump Over Shutdown “We’re pushing our leaders to restore responsible governing.” The U.S. Chamber of Commerce took on President Donald Trump over the partial government shutdown and trade tensions, urging him to resolve his differences with Congress over a border wall and ease tariffs that have roiled markets Eliminating the duties would be an encouraging sign for all U.S. trading partners, Donohue said