1. 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...
      


  2. The United States and opponents of President Donald Trump’s steel and aluminium tariffs both confirmed their wish to litigate on Wednesday, triggering the procedure...
      


  3. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell gives opening remarks on Tuesday at a monetary policy conference focused on long-term issues, but set now to the...
      


  4. The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) will reduce tariffs in countries that together amount to more than 13 percent of the...
      


  5. Sea-level rise is already hitting home prices along the Atlantic Coast, new data shows. Between 2005 and 2017, increased tidal flooding erased $14.1 billion...
      


  6. Apple, like many other capitalist free-market American enterprises, is paying the price of willful gullibility.  China is COMMUNIST, Dah! They execute more people each year than...
      


  7. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 396 points Monday, led by declines in major tech companies. Stocks retreated sharply with shares of technology and internet-related...
      


  8. Stocks may be recovering but market angst is quickly spreading -- and not just in the professional ranks. Retail traders are now the least...
      


  9. India’s economy grew 8.2 per cent in from April to June of this year, its fastest pace of expansion since Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s...
      


  10. The European Union published proposals on Monday for reform of dispute settlement at the World Trade Organization that it has agreed with China, India...
      


  11. The U.S. trade deficit grew in June for the first time in four months as imports increased and the value of shipments overseas declined...
      


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


  13. Interested to hear the thoughts from the members of the forum on what the knock on effect would be to oil prices and energy...


  14. Another incremental step in the slow moving tsunami that is the PetroYuan. Monopolies suck, which is why I support the PetroYuan as a viable alternative...
      


  15. Well? Do you? How much do you trust banks and their oil price predictions? They do revise them every so often the moment oil...
      


  16. 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...
      


  17. The U.S. and China are trying to restart talks aimed at averting a full-blown trade war between the world’s two largest economies, two people...
      


  18. According to President Trump, it is. Or maybe not. So far, since 2013 he reversed his position on the issue 5 times. He can’t...
      


  19. According to the report from Bloomberg News, US Energy Secretary Rick Perry will head to London to meet with officials from Saudi Arabia on Friday as the...
      


  20. With trade wars brewing and the midterm election looming, some analysts say the stock market could see plenty of bumps in the second half...
      


  21. This ban will start in June this year. Google will ban ads for unregulated or speculative financial products like binary options, cryptocurrency and financial...
      


  22. City of  Seattle political leaders signaled they would repeal new big business tax they passed just weeks ago. While Amazon was not the only company that lobbied...
      


  23.     Pakistan will ask for one of its largest bailouts from the IMF when its finance minister travels to Bali this weekend for the...
      


  24. I'm not sure I know the answer to this but I'm trying to follow this to its logical conclusion. We have mined 17 million...
      


  25. Once just the online bookstore, Amazon today is a tech giant and the world's largest online marketplace that has become deeply entwined with the...
      


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


  27. The solution to emerging economies rising deficits? Or just buy from Iran, people!
      


  28. Changes to U.S. tax law led to a $6.53 billion loss at Fannie Mae last quarter, putting the government-controlled mortgage company in the position...
      


  29. Britain’s Rolls-Royce said a costly compressor problem that had grounded Boeing planes had now been found in a different type of engine, compounding pressures...
      


  30. BMW was tipped to overtake its rivals because of a skilful navigation of new EU emission tests. Instead, the German carmaker is caught in...
      

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