1. The chairman of the Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell referred to cryptocurrencies as risks with no intrinsic value on Wednesday at a congressional hearing. He said...
      


  2. New method for predicting oil prices.. hmm... what say you all? https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S167498711630086X


  3. The European Union and Japan are signing a widespread trade deal that will eliminate nearly all tariffs, seemingly defying the worries about trade tensions...
      


  4. U.S. launches WTO challenge against retaliatory tariffs imposed by Canada, China, the EU, Mexico and Turkey. Argues these tariffs 'are completely without justification under...
      


  5. The Trump administration escalated its trade dispute with China on Tuesday, saying it would impose tariffs on roughly $200 billion worth of Chinese fish,...
      


  6. I didn't know Ireland was one of the worst performers in the Paris Agreement but it seems it is. It also hopes the total...
      


  7. China could open its economy if it wished, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Monday, with the European Union calling on countries to...
      


  8. Charts shows the drop. Fundamentally  it's very likely the trade-war will cause countries to stop ordering Boings, and that tariffs will increase production costs,...
      


  9. Consumer prices rose in June at the highest yearly rate since 2012, reflecting a U.S. economy that’s running hotter than anytime since the Great...
      


  10. ... and also Engie, OMV, and Windershall--all companies involved in the Nord Stream 2 project. Now, I shouldn't say this but I would really...
      


  11. Foreign investment in the United States dropped 32% in 2017, according to numbers released Wednesday by the US Bureau of Economic Analysis. The largest chunk of last year's...
      


  12. Courtesy of Motley Fool ... 5 best oil stocks of this year so far:  
      


  13. Just ... < sigh > "Shelter In Place": All Hell Breaks Loose In Haiti The US embassy in the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince warned American tourists...
      


  14. In forming a new task force to protect consumers from fraud, the Trump administration made clear that one of the greatest threats to the...
      


  15. ...and this against a supposedly bullish outlook. Any ideas what’s driving this or do you think it’s profit taking or normal market gyrations? Any information or perspectives...


  16. Andrew Wheeler, the deputy administrator at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and a former energy lobbyist, become the agency’s acting head on Monday after Thursday's...
      


  17. Ford Motor Co (F.N) said it has no plans for now to hike prices of imported Ford and Lincoln models in China, despite additional...
      


  18. If there were any lingering doubts, the trade war is now officially underway. At 12:01 in Washington, the U.S. began imposing tariff hikes on...
      


  19. Despite adding 213K jobs in June, unemployment rose to 4%. Among the unemployed, about 1/2 had lost their jobs and 1/2 were re-entrants. Long-term...
      


  20. Reports now saying that the US trade deficit has fallen 6.6% to $43.1 billion (as of May). That's about on track with October 2016....
      


  21. "Britain’s markets watchdog will press ahead with a new premium listing next month aimed at attracting companies like state-controlled Saudi Aramco to London, although...
      


  22. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said  she would back a lowering of EU tariffs on U.S. car imports, responding to an offer from Washington to...
      


  23. That's because every car sold in America is at least partly imported.The Commerce Department is considering tariffs on cars assembled at foreign plants and...
      


  24. Well, that was a long and painful process. I think the "has it hit the bottom" story on GE has been going on longer...
      


  25. China will “absolutely not” fire the first shot in a trade war with the United States and will not be the first to levy...
      


  26. Trump's Tweets Hurt Oil Prices More Than Help Brilliant.
      


  27. Bitcoin has held its position after shooting up from $5,882 on Friday, to $6,647 on Monday afternoon. The rise comes after the European Parliament...


  28. Investors were greeted by a sea of red across global equities markets Monday, as U.S. and European stocks followed a slump in Asia at...
      


  29. Canada has retaliated against US steel and aluminum tariffs by slapping its own penalties on American exports. The Canadian government confirmed Sunday that it...
      


  30. "Argentina will allow fuel retailers to freely set pump prices starting in August, according to an Energy Ministry official familiar with the plan, a...
      

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