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2019-02-09T16:03:32.361Z
US and EU must link arms against MALIGN influence and ‘future problem’ of China EUROPE and the US should put their trade tensions aside and “link arms” against the future threat of China, Donald Trumps’s EU ambassador has said. Mr Trump and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker reached a truce in July and last month both sides delivered negotiating objectives for a planned trade deal Huawei rejects the allegations and insists the company has a clean track record on cybersecurity and is committed to work with European institutions to develop a cybersecurity standard for Europe
2019-02-09T14:31:03.286Z
Forget the Wall, Let's Build Some Towers The special Sino Saturday edition by Clay Chandler. The latest round of trade talks will focus on intellectual property rights and China’s alleged policy of forcing technology transfers Russia’s English-language RT news outlet was compelled to register as a foreign agent previously Find previous editions here, and sign up for other Fortune newsletters here
2019-02-09T13:39:32.169Z
Why stock-market traders are already bracing for a make-or-break month in March It isn’t too early to starting talking about March for Wall Street investors.. would crash out of the trade bloc, possibly exacerbating brewing economic problems in Europe that could spill over to the sensitive U.S. markets All that uncertainty is running in the background of the stock market, traders and strategists said We Want to Hear from You Join the conversation Comment
2019-02-09T13:22:40.843Z
U.S.-China trade talks resume next week, focus on intellectual property WASHINGTON--U.S. negotiators are preparing to press China next week on longstanding demands that it negotiators are preparing to press China next week on longstanding demands that it reform how it treats American companies' intellectual property in order to seal a trade deal that could prevent tariffs from rising on Chinese imports Chinese and U.S. companies should compete as well as cooperate with each other, Cui said
2019-02-09T06:34:51.092Z
Cisco earnings: Tariffs and demand could weigh on outlook Cisco Systems Inc. faces a tough 2019, even as the network giant’s new subscription-based switches and security products show strength, given a reluctance of some businesses to splurge on capital spending as the outlook on tariffs and the economy remain murky. Service revenue is expected to rise 2.1% to $3.25 billion from a year ago Over that time, the S&P 500 index SPX, +0.07%  has gained 0.2%, and the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index COMP, +0.14%  rose 2.3% Wallace Witkowski Wallace Witkowski is a MarketWatch news editor in San Francisco We Want to Hear from You Join the conversation Comment
2019-02-09T01:42:53.191Z
Letters to Barron’s Letters on forecasting the market, civilized debate, James Grant’s return to Barron’s, and Ken Langone’s unbridled capitalism Oh, I know, people will look to blame it on social media, fake news, click bait, bots, or whatever the trend of the week is In addition to the thousands he has helped to employ, thereby bettering their lives, Langone’s extremely generous charitable contributions in the area of health care have benefited thousands more than any tax-funded government program ever could
2019-02-09T01:07:07.188Z
Stocks end mixed as company earnings reports keep rolling in U.S. stock indexes stemmed an early slide Friday, finishing mostly higher and nudging the benchmark Standard & Poor’s 500 index to its second weekly gain in a row. Problems with the company’s online and mobile banking services, as well as its ATMs, lingered into a second day Friday as the bank continued to recover from a possible fire at one of its data centers Trump said Thursday that he doesn’t plan to meet Chinese leader Xi Jinping before their cease-fire on tariffs expires in early March
2019-02-09T00:00:45.705Z
[VIEW] The outlook for Taiwan's international space However, membership of these bodies is conferred to states only, not governments Li Jiangsheng is a Research Fellow at the Tianda Institute, a Hong Kong-based strategic studies think tank and non-profit research organization established in 2005 by Mr. Fang Wenquan, founder of the Tianda Group
2019-02-08T23:42:23.009Z
Trump anticipated to ban 5G networks from using Chinese tech An executive order is expected to come before MWC The US government has reportedly singled out Huawei in particular, banning its tech (along with tech from ZTE) from government use last fall and urging allies not to buy Huawei communications technology We're still not sure when the Samsung Galaxy S10's 5G version is coming -- here's all we do know Via CNBC
2019-02-08T22:01:45.581Z
Nikon gets Foxconn request to delay equipment installation at China plant Nikon Corp said Friday Foxconn Technology Group had requested to delay the installment of equipment at the Taiwanese firm's new liquid crystal display (LCD) plant in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou. Comments from the Japanese equipment maker come after Foxconn, formally Hon Hai Precision Industry Co, last week said… Industry behemoths such as Apple, Samsung Electronics and Intel have already warned of weaker demand for electronic devices in the country Last week, Foxconn said it would build a panel factory in Wisconsin, following a report from Reuters that the Taiwanese company was reconsidering the $10 billion project
2019-02-08T21:51:26.041Z
Nvidia earnings: One more shoe to drop for beleaguered chip maker Nvidia Corp. has one more shoe to drop following a quarter where the chip maker cut its outlook twice. Analysts on average expect third-quarter gaming revenue to drop 41% to $1.02 billion from the year-ago quarter, data-center sales to rise 14% to $692.2 million, professional visualization sales to rise 20% to $303.9 million, auto sales to rise 33% to $175.4 million and OEM & IP revenue to decline 26% to $134.1 million
2019-02-08T21:00:19.840Z