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BEIJING: A Chinese state newspaper said a “partial” trade deal would benefit China and the United States, and Washington should take the offer on the table, reflecting Beijing’s aim of cooling the row before more US tariffs kick in.
AS the global economy shows signs of stuttering, the race is on to find the right policy response. In Europe, many central bankers are asking politicians in countries such as Germany to unleash a fiscal stimulus to complement their recent monetary push.
BENGALURU: Gold prices on Wednesday held onto the previous session's gains, as sagging hopes for progress in U.S.-China trade negotiations sapped risk appetite, with markets watching closely for clues on monetary easing by the U.S. Federal Reserve.
TOKYO: Asian stocks fell the most in a week on Wednesday as the United States and China's ever-expanding dispute over trade and foreign policy showed little sign of coming to an end, weighing on global economic growth.
KUALA LUMPUR: Higher volume in Globetronics Technology Bhd's sensor division could pave the way to an earnings recovery in FY20, says AllianceDBS research.
Washington says decision isn’t related to this week’s high-level trade talks
SO FAR this year can be described as either a vicious circle or constant dejavú.
NEW YORK: It’s no longer a probability, it’s a reality: the escalating US-China trade war and the strengthening dollar appear to be inflicting measurable damage on US goods makers that rely on global markets.
UNITED NATIONS: The Chinese government's top diplomat said on Friday that tariffs and trade disputes could plunge the world into recession and Beijing was committed to resolving them in a "calm, rational and cooperative manner."
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The Chinese government's top diplomat said on Friday that tariffs and trade disputes could plunge the world into recession and Beijing was committed to resolving them in a "calm, rational and cooperative manner."