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SHANGHAI/BEIJING: China's technology industry, one of President Donald Trump's main targets in Washington's tussles with Beijing, hopes Joe Biden can create a more constructive relationship - but few think the rivalry will deescalate, executives and analysts say.
ANALYSTS are focused on what Joe Biden’s election victory will mean for China’s economy and markets after relations with the U.S. plummeted under President Donald Trump.
SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK: Joe Biden is returning to the White House to lead the United States in the midst of an economic crisis after beating President Donald Trump in Tuesday's election, a turn of events likely to conjure an eerie sense of deja vu for the Democratic former vice president.
LONDON/DUBAI: Key members of Opec are wary that strains in the Opec+ alliance could reemerge with Joe Biden as U.S. President, sources close to the organisation said, and would miss President Donald Trump who went from criticising the group to helping bring about a record oil output cut.
NEW YORK: Investors and financial executives took a big sigh of relief on Saturday after major networks declared Democrat Joe Biden winner of the U.S. presidential election, offering some certainty after days of conflicting reports about who might run the White House next term.
BRUSSELS/WASHINGTON: The European Union is poised to move next week to impose tariffs on $4 billion of U.S. imports in retaliation for U.S. subsidies for planemaker Boeing, EU diplomats said, teeing up an eleventh-hour showdown with U.S. President Donald Trump.
NEW YORK: Oil settled below US$40 a barrel on Friday as rising global coronavirus cases stoked fears about lackluster demand and as drawn-out vote counting in the U.S. presidential election kept markets on edge.
NEW YORK/LONDON: Global stock markets edged higher and the dollar sank to a two-month low on Friday as investors awaited final vote processing in the U.S. presidential election that more and more showed Joe Biden on the verge of winning the White House