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Bloomberg: Stocks Mixed as Trade War Simmers, Dollar Steady: Markets Wrap
Shares were mixed in Asia and the dollar steadied as investors awaited the next chapter in the Sino-American trade dispute. Australian and Indian assets outperformed following elections in the two countries. [more...]
Bloomberg: Top U.S. Tech Companies Begin to Cut Off Vital Huawei Supplies
Top U.S. corporations from chipmakers to Google have frozen the supply of critical software and components to Huawei Technologies Co., complying with a Trump administration crackdown that threatens to choke off China’s largest technology company. [more...]
Bloomberg: The World Agrees With Trump on One Thing When It Comes to Iran
Blunt, ignorant and confused are some of the criticisms voiced by allies on U.S. policy toward Iran. But none sees the Trump administration preparing for war. [more...]
Bloomberg: Sony's Deal With Microsoft Blindsided Its Own PlayStation Team
When Sony Corp. unveiled a cloud gaming pact with archrival Microsoft Corp., it surprised the industry. Perhaps no one was more shocked than employees of Sony’s PlayStation division, who have spent almost two decades fighting the U.S. software giant in the $38 billion video game console market. [more...]
Bloomberg: Australian Dollar Climbs as Coalition Retains Power in Election
Australia’s dollar rose after the conservative Liberal-National coalition retained power in an election over the weekend.
The currency gained as much as 1% after Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s center-right government defied opinion polls and hung on to power. [more...]
Bloomberg: Rupee Jumps With Stocks and Bonds as Exit Polls Signal Modi Win
Indian stocks rallied the most in more than three years and the rupee and sovereign bonds climbed after exit polls signaled Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ruling coalition is poised to retain power. [more...]
Bloomberg: Tencent, Pearson Among Backers of $100 Million U.K. AI Startup
Prowler.io, an artificial intelligence company based in Cambridge, England, has been valued at $100 million following a funding round involving a group of investors that includes Chinese technology giant Tencent Holdings Ltd. and Pearson Plc. [more...]
Bloomberg: Ryanair Cautious on Outlook as Slumping Fares Weigh on Earnings
Ryanair Holdings Plc said lower fares and losses at its new Austrian arm sent profit tumbling in fiscal 2019, and forecast that earnings could decline further this year. [more...]
Bloomberg: Why Yuan at Seven Would Risk Further Inflaming Trade Dispute
The yuan’s recent slide risks re-igniting one of U.S. President Donald Trump’s favorite criticisms of China: that Beijing weakens its currency to aid exporters. [more...]
Reuters: Trade uncertainty darkens U.S. small caps outlook
Shares of smaller publicly listed U.S. companies have fallen more on recent U.S.-China trade tensions than larger corporations and could face an even rougher road as the year wears on unless the prospects for economic growth improve. [more...]
Reuters: U.S. warship sails in disputed South China Sea amid trade tensions
The U.S. military said one of its warships sailed near the disputed Scarborough Shoal claimed by China in the South China Sea on Sunday, a move likely to anger Beijing at a time of tense ties between the world’s two biggest economies. [more...]
CNBC: Google cuts ties with Huawei. That may be a ‘kill switch’ for the Chinese firm’s global smartphone ambition
Google’s move to stop licensing its Android mobile operating system to Huawei could deal a huge blow to the Chinese tech giant’s ambitions to become the top player in smartphones globally. [more...]
CNBC: Huawei built software for smartphones and laptops in case it can’t use Microsoft or Google
Huawei has built its own operating system for smartphones and computers in case it’s blocked from using U.S. software from Microsoft and Google, the Chinese company confirmed to CNBC on Friday. [more...]
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