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World stock markets continue to rise on strong US jobs data

Jun 4, 2018

Global stock markets rise on continued optimism over last week's upbeat U.S. jobs report, and despite the impasse between Beijing and Washington over trade

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Asian shares rally on jobs data, despite trade talks impasse

Jun 4, 2018

Asian markets rally on US jobs data, despite impasse in China-US trade talks

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US singled out by G7 allies over steel and aluminum tariffs

Jun 3, 2018

The United States is being singled out by some of its allies over the imposition of tariffs that they warn will undermine open trade and weaken confidence in the global economy

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Pushing the envelope: Why was Kim's letter for Trump so big?

Jun 3, 2018

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is known for pushing the envelope with threats and bluster as he seeks to leverage his nuclear weapons program into security and economic benefits for his country, but lately he's gained notoriety for his envelopes alone

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Canada hoping its tariff threat will prompt US back down

Jun 2, 2018

Canada's finance minister says he is hopeful the threat of retaliation against U.S. trade measures will persuade the Trump administration to back away from the steel and aluminum tariffs it has imposed on its G7 allies

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The Latest: UK's May 'deeply disappointed' by US tariffs

Jun 1, 2018

British Prime Minister Theresa May says the U.S. decision to impose tariffs on European Union steel and aluminum is "unjustified," and European nations should be permanently exempted

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EU in flux as US alliance creaks, populists rise in Italy

Jun 1, 2018

For decades, European leaders and businesses knew that the United States is an essential trade partner and that Italy is one of the pillars of the EU. Friday's events showed that neither of those is as certain as it used to be

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India's Modi urges Indo-Pacific to fight protectionism

Jun 1, 2018

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has urged countries in the Indo-Pacific region to unite against protectionism and cross-border tensions, including those in international waters

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Macron talks to Trump, says tariffs illegal and a mistake

Jun 1, 2018

French President Emmanuel Macron has told U.S. President Donald Trump that the new U.S. tariffs on European, Mexican and Canadian goods are illegal and a "mistake."

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Trudeau declines to meet Trump because of US precondition

Jun 1, 2018

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he offered to go Washington this week to complete talks on renegotiating the North American Free Trade agreement, but says Vice President Mike Pence set a "totally unacceptable" precondition for a meeting.

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