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Author and human righst professor Ian Buruma on the state of the “special relationship” between the United States and the United Kingdom.
Why febrile comparisons between present-day America and that period of German history that gave rise to the rise of Hitler are wrong.
US President Donald Trump’s moves to prevent some of China’s biggest companies from accessing the private data of Americans are part of a broader effort to create "clean networks” the Communist Party can’t touch.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd rose 6.6% in its Hong Kong debut, fueling the ambitions of China’s largest Internet company as well as an Asian city rocked by violent anti-government protests.
NEW YORK: US and European stocks clawed back some of their recent losses after China moved to stabilise its currency, providing a respite for investors stung by an escalation in trade tensions.
HONG KONG: An unorthodox move by one of the world’s biggest cryptocurrency exchanges to change the terms on $135 million of derivative contracts has infuriated some traders and saddled several with losses, underscoring the risks of using unregulated virtual currency platforms.
LONDON (Reuters) - Ian Poulter was in a three-way tie for the lead after the Scottish Open third round at Dundonald on Saturday as the Englishman seeks his first tournament win in five years.
HONG KONG: The worst-ever start to a year for Chinese shares triggered a trading halt in more than US$7 trillion of equities, futures and options, putting the nation’s new market circuit breakers to the test on their first day.