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Bloomberg: Trump Says Trade Deal With China Must Include Structural Change
President Donald Trump in his State of the Union address said a trade deal with China will have to address not only what he called the chronic U.S. trade deficit but also changes in Chinese policies to protect American workers and businesses. [more...]
Bloomberg: Stocks Trade Mixed; Dollar Climbs as Aussie Sinks: Markets Wrap
Stocks in Asia saw another muted session Wednesday, with trading becalmed by Lunar New Year holidays. The greenback climbed and Australia’s dollar tumbled after the central bank chief signaled a shift to a neutral stance on policy after long flagging prospective tightening at some point. [more...]
Bloomberg: Former Stock Market Darling Loses $4 Billion in One Week
No other stock has been on a roller-coaster ride like this one, at least not over the past week. SanBio Co., once a darling to investors thanks to its highly anticipated traumatic brain injury medicine, has wiped out more than $4 billion in value over the past week. [more...]
Bloomberg: Wall Street's Next Fed Stress Test Assumes Deepest Recession Yet
Wall Street will face particularly tough stress tests this year, with the Federal Reserve requiring banks to show they can keep lending during a harsh global recession. [more...]
Bloomberg: ECB Is Said to Need More Convincing on Long-Term Loans for Banks
European Central Bank officials see no urgent need to offer new long-term loans to banks and aren’t certain to do so at their next policy meeting in March, according to people familiar with the matter. [more...]
Bloomberg: Daimler Sees ‘Slight’ Profit Gain This Year After Drop in 2018
Daimler AG expects earnings to bounce back this year after profit slumped in 2018, when the maker of Mercedes-Benz luxury cars struggled through a U.S.-China trade spat, production bottlenecks in Europe and surging expenses to develop electric vehicles. [more...]
Bloomberg: Dollar Revival at Risk on Trump's Tone in State of Union Address
Dollar traders are paying closer attention to this year’s State of the Union address for any sign of a ratcheting up in rhetoric from President Donald Trump. [more...]
Reuters: Trump calls again on Congress to act on aging infrastructure needs
President Donald Trump asked U.S. Congress in his State of the Union address on Tuesday to pass legislation to boost the nation’s aging infrastructure, without providing details on how to go about paying for it or how much it would cost. [more...]
Reuters: China says U.S. report on its WTO compliance lacks factual basis
China opposes a report by the U.S. Trade Representative’s office on its World Trade Organization (WTO) compliance, the commerce ministry said, saying it is inconsistent with the facts. [more...]
CNBC: Trump says he will meet North Korea's Kim Jong Un in Vietnam in late February
President Donald Trump announced on Tuesday that he will meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Vietnam at the end of February as part of his administration's efforts to roll back the country's nuclear program. [more...]
CNBC: Tesla cuts Model 3 price for second time this year
Electric carmaker Tesla is lowering the price of its Model 3 by $1,100, citing the end of a costly customer referral program, a company spokeswoman said on Wednesday. [more...]
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