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Asian stocks subdued, focus on new round of Sino-U.S. talks Asian shares barely budged on Tuesday with investors looking to a new round of Sino-U.S. trade talks Asian shares barely budged on Tuesday with investors looking to a new round of Sino-U.S Although the Federal Reserve's dovish turn dented the dollar earlier this year, some analysts noted the U.S. currency still has the highest yield among major peers and that the Fed continues to shrink its balance sheet
Toyota is growing in China as its global rivals stumble The biggest global automakers are having a terrible time in the world's largest market with one notable exception: Toyota. MUST WATCH Hong Kong (CNN Business)The biggest global automakers are having a terrible time in the world's largest market with one notable exception: Toyota Sales of the company's premium Lexus cars, which are built in Japan, have been gaining momentum in China
There's a trade war with China. Here's why most Americans haven't noticed Most of the baseball caps sold in the United States are made in China, and President Donald Trump's trade war has made them 10% more expensive. Most farmers, though, say the aid payments didn't make them whole Sales were down through the holiday season and January at the Luggage Shop of Lubbock in Texas, where owner Tiffany Zarfas Williams is getting emails from vendors about price increases almost every day now If we all need to take one for the team, we can weather a 10% increase It's just difficult to gauge what his administration will do, he said
How bad is China's economic slump? It's impossible to tell Companies and executives around the world are desperately trying to gauge the severity of China's economic slowdown. But getting a clear picture is almsot impossible. Chinese consumers feeling the squeeze Investors are scrutinizing the economy for signs of weakness, which have so far included declining industrial profits and falling exports Serenitie Wang, Julia Horowitz, Lily Lee and Eduardo Baptista contributed to this report
Innovation in science and technology bolsters Guangdong's economy Despite China's ongoing trade war with the United States, Guangdong province, an economic powerhouse, has found new ways to attain sustainable economic development. Employees work at a Foxconn factory in Shenzhen, Guangdong province Priority was given to the development of the information, artificial intelligence and biopharmaceutical industries Scientific and technological innovation are expected to play an even bigger role in the district's economic development and industrial upgrading in the years ahead
NAB says Reserve Bank will keep rates on hold well into next decade NAB changes its call on rates, saying the RBA may have to respond to a weak economy Westpac does not believe there will be any change this year or next while the ANZ still has pencilled in two rate rises in 2020 Mr Oster said the NAB believes house prices will continue to edge down in Sydney and Melbourne in an orderly fashion which may affect consumer attitudes toward spending
Cramer Remix: I'm worried about a lot of things, but a recession isn't one of them Jim Cramer explains why the worries of a near-term recession are overblown. We see it as a disruption and an interruption in our growth, but as we go forward, we're absolutely confident that we get back to the growth trajectory that we had been on over a number of years, Goldner said Hit him up! Mad Money Twitter - Jim Cramer Twitter - Facebook - Instagram Questions, comments, suggestions for the Mad Money website
Cramer: This earnings period revealed 'brutal truths' about US-China trade Jim Cramer guides investors on how to approach developments in U.S.-China trade talks. There's really nothing like Starbucks in the PRC yet Call Cramer: 1-800-743-CNBC Want to take a deep dive into Cramer's world Hit him up! Mad Money Twitter - Jim Cramer Twitter - Facebook - Instagram Questions, comments, suggestions for the Mad Money website
Dow Slips 52 Points Because Nobody Knows How Trade Talks With China Will Go Investors are watching the ongoing U.S.-China trade talks in Beijing, while a possible Trump-Xi meeting is reportedly happening next month. The Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped 0.2% to close at 25,053.11. The S&P 500 added 0.07%, to end at 2709.80, and the Nasdaq Composite gained 0.13% to close at 7307.90. Bipartisan talks between lawmakers collapsed over the weekend, as Democrats insisted on limiting the number of unauthorized immigrants who can be detained the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency A strong dollar, however, will hurt some U.S. companies’ overseas sales, which could lead to a much-worried earnings recession and tepid stock market
China Feels The Pain As It Negotiates In Washington China stands at a distinct disadvantage to the United States in this current round of trade negotiations, pointing to a deal in which Beijing makes most of the concessions. Much of this economic trouble reflects the U.S. tariffs Even if the sides reach agreement and the two countries avoid a trade war, which is likely given China’s needs and White House preferences, there can be little doubt that the United States will reserve the right to re-introduce tariffs should China backslide, as it has in the past, on the points of intellectual property and cybersecurity
U.S., China upbeat on trade talks, but South China Sea tensions weigh U.S. and Chinese officials expressed hopes on Monday that a new round of talks w... DESTROYER PATROL However, Hua expressed anger about two U.S. warships sailing on Monday near islands claimed by China in the South China Sea, saying this was creating tensions in the area Asked if the ships’ passage would impact trade talks, Hua said that a series of U.S. tricks showed what Washington was thinking Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
MGM Resorts and Other Gaming Stocks May See a Macau Comeback The Lunar New Year, which fell on Feb. 5, is a huge holiday for gaming companies in Macau, and at first blush at least, casinos are off to a good start, says Jefferies’ David Katz. He has a Buy rating on MGM Resorts International. Text size In the lunar year of the pig, are casino stocks ready to bring home the bacon Chinese consumers may still be holding back a bit, but Katz’s research suggests strong February gross gaming revenue (GGR) could rise from 1% and 3%, which suggest a continued positive context for the stocks
8@eight: ASX poised for higher start as US fluctuates What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX. ASX200 held together by strength in materials sector : Australian markets are, as one can easily imagine, benefiting from iron ore’s parabolic rise Market watch: SPI futures up 18 points or 0.3% to 6015 about 4.30am AEDT AUD -0.3% to 70.66 US cents On Wall St at 12.33pm: Dow flat S&P 500 +0.1% Nasdaq +0.3% In New York, BHP flat Rio -0.7% Atlassian +0.8% In Europe: Stoxx 50 +1% FTSE +0.8% CAC +1.1% DAX +1% Spot gold -0.6% to $US1309.11 an ounce at 12.32pm New York time Brent crude -0.8% to $US61.58 a barrel US oil -1.4% to $US51.96 a barrel Iron ore +5.9% to $US90.58 a tonne Dalian iron ore -0.8% to 646.50 yuan LME aluminium flat at $US1880 a tonne LME copper -1% to $US6150 a tonne 2-year yield: US 2.49% Australia 1.67% 5-year yield: US 2.47% Australia 1.70% 10-year yield: US 2.65% Australia 2.06% Germany 0.12% US-Australia 10-year yield gap as of 3.53am AEDT: 59 basis points This column was produced in commercial partnership between The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and IG
Trump team floats Mar-a-Lago for next summit with China's Xi President Donald Trump's team is floating the idea of hosting Chinese President Xi Jinping at Mar-a-Lago next month to hold a summit to try and end the U.S.-China trade war.  First Lady Melania Trump and President Donald Trump pose with Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan upon their arrival to the Mar-a-Lago estate in April 2016 Trump's Florida estate Mar-a-Lago 'Got a minute?' he reportedly asked Xi and took him for a walk across the grounds, much to the frustration of the Chinese delegation, who were unhappy with change in the carefully choreographed plans
Beijing expresses anger at US Navy mission through South China Sea Guided-missile destroyers USS Spruance and USS Preble entered the waters without permission from China, foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told a daily news briefing in Beijing. China has been rapidly expanding its naval capabilities to increase its influence abroad, especially in the disputed waters of the South China Sea 'China has indisputable sovereignty over islands in the South China Sea, including the Second Thomas Shoal, Mischief Reef, and the adjacent waters,' Hua said