Economy

Asian shares recover as China outlines 2019 policy plans

Jan 15, 2019

Asian shares rebound on Chinese policy reassurance, hopes for progress on trade tension

Far-right German party softens position on possible EU exit

Jan 13, 2019

The far-right Alternative for Germany party is set to call for Germany to leave the European Union if it isn't reformed, but has backed off calling for a five-year deadline

US hails WTO rulings in 'dolphin-safe' tuna tiff with Mexico

Jan 11, 2019

A U.S. ambassador to the World Trade Organization has welcomed two WTO rulings in favor of the United States in a long-running dispute with Mexico over U.S. "dolphin safe" tuna labeling

Asian stocks rise on Fed restraint, U.S-China trade hopes

Jan 11, 2019

Asian markets are mostly higher as investors cheer a more reactive Federal Reserve and U.S.-China trade talks

Youth protest against Trump permitted during Davos Forum

Jan 10, 2019

Officials in Davos have authorized a planned protest by Young Socialists against U.S. President Donald Trump and other expected attendees of the annual World Economic Forum gathering in the posh Swiss resort later this month

Asian markets settle after rallying on US-China trade hopes

Jan 10, 2019

Asian markets slip as U.S. and Chinese officials conclude three days of talks without significant breakthroughs

Dutch, Japanese PMs offer to help save imperiled Brexit deal

Jan 9, 2019

The prime ministers of Japan and the Netherlands offer help to prevent a Brexit without a divorce deal between UK and EU

German recession fears mount after more poor industrial data

Jan 8, 2019

Industrial production in Germany dropped for the third consecutive month in November, adding fuel to fears that Europe's biggest economy may have entered a technical recession in last year's fourth quarter

White House calls detentions of Canadians in China unlawful

Jan 8, 2019

The White House is calling the detentions of two Canadians in China unlawful and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Donald Trump have agreed to continue to seek the release

German factory orders down 1 percent in November

Jan 7, 2019

German factory orders dropped in November, dragged down by a fall in demand from other eurozone countries

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