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SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un oversaw the test of a "super-large multiple rocket launcher" on Saturday, state news agency KCNA reported on Sunday.
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudan needs $8 billion (£6.5 billion) in foreign aid over the next two years to cover its import bill and help rebuild its ravaged economy after months of political turmoil, its new prime minister said on Saturday.
NEW YORK: More investors are watching the shares of discount retailers like Dollar General Corp and Dollar Tree Inc , which perform better during economic downturns, in the hopes of gauging changes in consumer behavior, though higher tariffs may erode the companies' ability to act as economic bellwethers.
Digitisation and automation in the global banking sector coupled with an environment of low interest rates and slow capital market activities have changed the way employees are being managed. These days, it is no longer a shock to learn about global banks shedding a high number of their workers.
REVIEW: The paralysis on the local market comes at a time when investors are weighing the negative impact of the trade war with the prospect of more stimulus and interest rate cuts by major central banks.
Conventional economic theory presumes that when interest rates are brought down, households will tend to borrow more and spend on houses, cars and themselves. However, a prolonged period of low interest rates defies conventional economic logic.
SEOUL/TOKYO (Reuters) - South Korea's decision to scrap an intelligence-sharing pact with Japan could harm efforts to understand threats from North Korea, and potentially weaken the ability to monitor its missile launches, officials and analysts say.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's ruling nationalist Law and Justice (PiS) party, hit by two high profile resignations, lost 5 percentage points in an opinion poll published on Friday ahead of October's election.
AI chip launch is seen as a counter-attack by Huawei as it remains hemmed in by US trade blacklisting.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - A fight among leaders of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's ruling party is unlikely to weaken his iron grip on the country, but the row has also underlined how fragile the political legacy he is seeking to build may be.