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A snarling warning from US President Donald Trump ahead of trade talks with China rattled stock markets on Tuesday, as brewing no-deal Brexit worries also roughed up the pound and Irish bonds again.
For the first time since the Great Recession a decade ago, the US Federal Reserve is poised to cut interest rates, shoring up America’s defenses as the global economy weakens.
European and US stocks climbed on Friday as investors kept a watch on developments at a G20 summit in Japan, where US President Donald Trump and Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping are due to hold key trade talks.
A host of US consumer companies have warned that costs related to tariffs on goods imported from China would weigh on their results. The United States increased tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods to 25% from 10% in May.
The bomb attack on an Islamic seminary, in which at least several students were killed and over a hundred others wounded, was heinous and dastardly, to say the least.
After months of the president accusing Joe and Hunter Biden of corrupt business dealings in China, The New York Times dropped a bombshell report on his own business dealings in China. The report cited Trump’s tax records,
Welcome to the final full week of the election. Anxiety on both sides is spiking with so much uncertainty heading into an Election Day like no other. The coronavirus pandemic is raging again, raising serious health concerns for those
The saying goes that if a frog is put into a pan of water and the heat is gradually raised, it will never react to the rising threat and die as a result. This fable will likely resonate with those observing the state of democracy in the UK today.