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Oil prices fall 1 percent; slow progress in trade talks counters... Oil prices fell about 1 percent on Monday as worries surrounding the resumption ... There’s a lot of uncertainty about what’s going on with this trade war, whether they’re going to get anything done, said Phil Flynn, oil analyst at Price Futures Group in Chicago Still, oil prices have been buoyed this year by output curbs from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies, including Russia, a group known as OPEC+ Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Outcome Of Trade Negotiations Is Hard To Predict, But Globalization Of Manufacturing Is Here To Stay As trade talks between the U.S. and China continue, it's useful to remember some economic principles that got us to where we are today. The trade war between the U.S. and China is on every manufacturer’s mind Then we can assess the potential impact of any new agreement, if we reach one Labor cost differentials can be quite large – a 40:1 ratio or more between the U.S. and China in the early 2000s was common
Global recession warning: Eurozone on alert as economist predicts HUGE crash THE global economy is heading for a recession late this year or next, a Nobel Prize-winning economist has warned. He said: The place that looks really close to recession right now is the euro area With just 46 days to go until Brexit Day, an optimistic Philip Hammond told the Evening Standard: I’m very confident that over the next few week we will be in a position to move forward, to remove this uncertainty and allow everybody to get on with their lives
Stocks open higher ahead of U.S.-China trade talks U.S. stocks were mostly higher in early trading Monday as Wall Street nears the end of a relatively strong earnings season and looks ahead to key trade talks between the U.S. and China.  The talks are aimed at resolving a trade war that threatens to stunt global economic growth, in part by raising prices on goods for consumers and companies Corporate earnings were mixed on a light day for reporting European markets were mostly higher, though the British FTSE 100 fell
From Beijing To Washington: Two Cities Might Dominate News Cycle This Week The week begins with much of the focus on trade talks with China and not a lot of new data. Thin volume might be a factor, and volatility looks possible. The dollar indexanother measure often watched for signs of investors fleeing riskalso stayed well above 96 early Monday after falling below 95.5 earlier this month Energy came in at the bottom of the standings, with other laggards including materials and financials TD Ameritrade® commentary for educational purposes only
Fish stick collusion? CNN story on Russian pollock in US school lunches cracks up Twitterati There may be many stinky things about fish sticks in school lunches, but CNN smelled President Donald Trump helping Russians, albeit “inadvertently.” Social media responded with some fishy, and hilarious, comments. The report from last week conveyed the concerns of genuine Alaska pollock producers who said that about half of fish sticks in US school cafeterias are made from pollock caught by Russia that is processed and pumped with additives in China A source close to the Trump administration confirmed Trump occasionally eats Russian Fish Sticks for lunch Dude! Don’t say fish sticks! That’s a childhood memory I have years to suppress 🤮🤢 Zazu McGoo1 (@ZazuMcGoo1) February 7, 2019
China vs US: US Navy send warships into South China Sea - tensions escalate TENSIONS in the South China Sea are threatening to boil over today when the US Navy sailed two of its warships near islands claimed by Beijing. China displays its sea power in the South China Sea (Image: GETTY) Vietnam, the Philippines, Brunei, Malaysia, Indonesia and Taiwan all have competing claims for territory in the region The two countries are also at odds over regional security, including Washington's overtures to the self-ruled island of Taiwan, which China claims as its own
Growing economic anxiety hits Main Street as small-business confidence declines: Survey Small-business confidence declined in the Q1, according to a new CNBC/SurveyMonkey survey. After reaching an all-time high in the Q3r 2018, entrepreneurs across the U.S. have grown more concerned about business conditions, revenue and hiring. DreamPictures | Getty Images There is no panic on Main Street, but confidence is dropping, according to the latest CNBC/SurveyMonkey Small Business Survey, released Monday In the first quarter 2018, 46 percent of small-business owners said government tax policy would have a positive effect on their business over the next year
Treasury yields rise as trade negotiations get under way Treasury prices were slightly lower Monday, nudging yields higher, as a U.S. delegation arrived in China to discuss trade See : U.S. stock futures set for higher start as trade talks kick off, China equities rise Investors relieved from the resumption of trade talks trickled into equities even as appetite for Treasurys were muted, pushing yields higher We Want to Hear from You Join the conversation Comment
UK economy shrinks 0.4% as Brexit uncertainty bites Annual growth drops to six-year low as economic outlook darkens Vape rises distinctly, a new sight on the street in the last few years, bringing atmospheric emissions to the image If there is a deal, we suspect GDP growth of 1.4% last year could be followed by something similar this year before a rise to around 2.2 per cent in 2020