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  1. Italy is ready to lead other European countries into signing up for China’s new Silk Road, despite U.S. and allies’ concerns at Rome’s new...
      


  2. Trump's tariffs on China are working. Chinese exports yoy fell almost 21%. China introduced more stimulus of tax cuts, issuing bonds, and reducing the...
      


  3. US economy grew at 2.9% pace in 2018, the fastest pace in 4 years Hourly wages rose in February at the fastest pace in 9 years Layoffs...
      


  4. BMW warned it faces a significant decline in its 2019 profit. It blamed trade conflicts, rising costs, and new emissions regulations. BMW board member also...
      


  5. EOG - Leading developer in the Powder River Basin DVN - Acquired $600 million worth of acreage in the PRB in 2015 for development LRDC -...


  6. The US SEC is suing VW’s ex CEO Martin Winterkorn and VW for ‘massive fraud’ on US investors related to the diesel emissions cheating...
      


  7. According to Reuters, U.S. farmers are gearing up to plant what could be their third-largest soybean crop ever despite failing to sell a mountain...
      


  8. According to AP agency, hiring tumbled in February, with U.S. employers adding just 20,000 jobs, the smallest monthly gain in nearly a year and...
      


  9. The Congressional Budget Office recently released its revised Budget and Economic Outlook. Its economists estimate that, on present policy, annual deficits of a trillion...
      

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  11. In a reversal the European Central Bank is showering banks with cheap cash to combat the tanking Eurozone economy.   Won't hike rates until 2020 at...
      


  12. Ford Motor Co is considering closing two plants in Russia as part of its global plan to restructure operations in unprofitable regions, three industry...
      


  13. U.S. President Trump will reject a U.S.-China trade deal that is not perfect, but the United States would still keep working on an agreement,...
      


  14. Italy’s recession at the end of 2018 was almost unprecedented among the euro area’s major members and provided further evidence of the self-inflicted damage...
      


  15. China’s imports of U.S. soybeans nearly doubled in January from the previous month as cargoes booked after a Sino-U.S. trade truce arrived in the...
      


  16. "Saudi Arabia needs to economic buy-in form major Asian powers now more than ever"   I sincerely recommend: http://time.com/5534947/saudi-arabia-mbs-pakistan-india-china-asia/?xid=tcoshare  
      


  17. Amazon jilted New York City on Valentine’s Day, scrapping plans to build a massive headquarters campus in Queens amid fierce opposition from politicians angry...
      


  18. So much easier to negotiate when your business partner is locked up...  https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-02-19/foreign-investors-alarmed-arrest-us-fund-manager-russia Mike Calvey is one of the last foreign investors left. No pain no gain, they...


  19.   “China To Boost US Chips” “John Neuffer chief ex of the Semiconductor Industry describes the offer as an accounting gimmick” Perhaps the expedient plan should call...


  20. Republican Senator Marco Rubio released a report that called for ending the tax advantages that share buybacks enjoy over dividends. The goal is to encourage...
      


  21. A record 7 million Americans are 90 days or more behind on their auto loan payments, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York reported....


  22. U.S. job openings surged to a record high in December, led by vacancies in the construction, accommodation and food services sectors, which could bolster...
      


  23. United Arab Emirates’s economy minister, Sultan bin Saeed al-Mansouri, said on Monday trade tensions between the United States and China are harmful to ‘all...
      


  24. Canada’s labour market surprised on the upside again in January, with the economy creating far more jobs than expected at the start of the...
      


  25. According to AP Agency, Twitter is reporting that revenue and profit and its daily user base all grew in the final three months of 2018....
      


  26. U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on Thursday urged furloughed federal workers facing a second missed paycheck to seek loans to pay their bills while...
      


  27.  And other interesting forecasts for blockchain from Davos.
      


  28. The number of Americans applying for unemployment checks hit the highest mark since September 2017, but they’re still low enough that most workers continue...
      


  29. While global markets would hail a U.S.-China trade deal, fears are growing that the European Union could be the fall guy in any breakthrough,...
      


  30. The United Arab Emirates has filed a complaint against Qatar at the World Trade Organization saying Doha has imposed a ban on Emirati products,...
      

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