Economy

China's ambassador to the United Nations, Liu Jieyi, on Tuesday repeated China's call for a return to dialogue with North Korea, and when asked about Trump linking a trade deal to China's help with on North Korea, told Reuters: "We need to look at the situation on the Korean Peninsula as something that we should work together on".
  • Exports Jump 28% In March; Trade Deficit Swells To $10.4 Billion

    Exports Jump 28% In March; Trade Deficit Swells To $10.4 Billion

    Economy

    The World Trade Organisation said it was forecasting a 2.4% growth in global trade in 2017. The previous high in export growth was recorded at 36.3 per cent in September 2011. For the entire last fiscal, imports dipped 0.17 per cent to USD 380.3 billion, lowering trade deficit at USD 105.7 billion against USD 118.7 billion in 2015-16.
  • Russian FM Lavrov holds joint presser with US State Secretary Tillerson

    Russian FM Lavrov holds joint presser with US State Secretary Tillerson

    Economy

    Ahead of the joint media conference with Mr Lavrov, Mr Tillerson met President Putin . Tillerson, whom Putin awarded the Order of Friendship in 2012, was perhaps best suited for the mission of reestablishing communications. Viktor Ozerov, the head of the defence and security committee in Russia's upper house, said Russia's enemy in Syria will continue to be terrorist rebels: "Russia does not intend to get involved in an armed standoff with the United States there", he was quoted saying by ...
  • Arsenal manager Wenger denies rumors of PSG deal

    Arsenal manager Wenger denies rumors of PSG deal

    Economy

    Speaking to beIN Sports, Wenger had no news about his own future at the club other than saying he would remain committed and "completely focused" for as long as he stayed. Fans protested in the stands during the loss to West Brom, while two planes carrying banners were flown over The Hawthorns, one calling for Wenger not to be given a new contract and the other demanding he be shown "respect".
  • 'Charging Bull' sculptor accuses NYC of violating his rights

    'Charging Bull' sculptor accuses NYC of violating his rights

    Economy

    Di Modica says the statue is an "advertising trick" created by two companies - Street Global Advisors, a Boston-based investment giant, and McCann, its NY advertising firm. Di Modica originally installed the bull in front of the New York Stock Exchange after the 1987 stock market crash to highlight America's financial resistance.
  • Dollar slides as Trump says currency is "getting too strong"

    Economy

    The run-up to the meetings was overshadowed by an exchange of accusations that one side or the other was undermining worldwide law. "As a whole, the administration's stance with regards to Syria remains a mystery". Defense Secretary James Mattis said earlier in the day the airstrike was meant to deter the use of chemical weapons, and that while there is "no doubt the Syrian regime is responsible" for an attack last week, America's priority in Syria is the fight against the Islamic State ...
  • Trump on Assad: 'That's a butcher'

    Economy

    Sergio Mattarella is in Russi. Trump's top aides said earlier this month that the President was moved by the photos and video of children suffering from the effects of the chemical attack and that those pictures, in a way, compelled him to take action against the Syrian president.
  • SpaceX to launch 'recycled' rocket today

    Economy

    Following stage separation after this evening's launch, the Falcon 9's first stage will attempt a landing on SpaceX's " Of Course I Still Love You " droneship that will be stationed in the Atlantic Ocean. SpaceX has said the first-stage booster has gone through an extensive evaluation process, including a thorough inspection of the entire booster and individual engine testing.
  • Tesco PLC reiterated as Sell By Bryan Garnier

    Economy

    JP Morgan downgraded De La Rue plc (LON:DLAR) rating on Monday, January 9. It has underperformed by 4.65% the S&P500. The rating was initiated by Piperjaffray with "Overweight" on Friday, September 23. It has a 13.74 P/E ratio. Whitman Howard reaffirmed their buy rating on shares of Wynnstay Group plc (LON:WYN) in a report released on Thursday morning.
  • TNB Financial Takes Position in Vodafone Group Plc (VOD)

    Economy

    Security National Trust Co. now owns 4,195 shares of the cell phone carrier's stock valued at $123,000 after buying an additional 195 shares during the last quarter. The stock's market capitalization is $71.43 billion. Winslow Evans & Crocker Inc. now owns 5,666 shares of the cell phone carrier's stock valued at $165,000 after buying an additional 1,504 shares during the last quarter.
  • European Union draft guidelines soften line on post-Brexit UK relationship

    European Union draft guidelines soften line on post-Brexit UK relationship

    Economy

    Brexit Secretary David Davis said the Great Repeal Bill would allow the UK Parliament and Welsh, Scottish and Northern Ireland administrations to scrap, amend and improve laws. Davis says: "We want a deal, and she was making the point that it's bad for both of us if we don't have a deal". Britain will aim to establish its own free trade deals with countries beyond Europe, and impose limits on immigration from the continent, May has said.