Saturday, May 25, 2019

Trump Welcomes a Deal but “Certain Conditions,” says Kudlow

US President Donald Trump welcomes the possibility of reaching a deal on US-China trade frictions over dinner on Saturday with Chinese leader Xi Jinping. Read more here!

Trump Expects to Slap Higher Tariffs on Chinese Goods, Report Says

US President Donald Trump said on Monday that he is expected to go ahead with slapping China with higher tariffs on $200 billion in...

British PM to Address Lawmakers on Brexit Vote

British Prime Minister Theresa May will tell lawmakers on Monday that they face a stark choice. Read more here!

China-Based US Firms Plans to Relocate, Survey Says

Over 70 percent of US companies that have operations in southern China are planning of delaying further investments in there and  moving some or...

Bank of Japan to Retain Policy, Centers on 10-Year Yield Range

The Bank of Japan retain its policy settings at its meeting this week, according to economists in a poll, amid stronger speculation that the...

Saudi Arabia Willing to Accept Deficit for Economic Growth

Saudi Arabia is planning to balance its state budgets over the medium term although they stay willing to accept deficits if they are needed...


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