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NEW YORK: Oil prices rose and stocks rallied worldwide on Thursday after China said it had agreed with the United States to cancel tariffs in phases, a key consideration in reaching a deal to end a trade war that has crimped economic growth and roiled markets.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A push in the U.S. Congress for legislation to support pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong and pressure China to refrain from a violent crackdown faces an array of obstacles, raising questions about the prospect it will ever become law.
WASHINGTON: The United States and China on Friday said they made progress in talks aimed at defusing a nearly 16-month-long trade war that has harmed the global economy, and U.S. officials said a deal could be signed this month
WASHINGTON/BEIJING: Chinese officials are casting doubts about reaching a comprehensive long-term trade deal with the U.S. even as the two sides get close to signing a "phase one” agreement.
REVIEW: The rebound on the domestic market struggled to pick up steam after hopes that the rally in the previous week would be sustained on the improving geopolitical situation.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A lawyer for U.S. President Donald Trump told a federal appeals court Wednesday the president does not have to hand over his tax returns to New York state prosecutors because he is immune from criminal investigation.
NEW YORK: World stock indexes rose on Monday as signs of work to resolve the U.S.-China trade war bolstered investor hopes, while the Canadian dollar strengthened in the hours before results of the election for prime minister.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday said he did not want to leave any American troops in Syria, but that U.S. forces leaving the country now would deploy elsewhere before eventually returning to the United States.
Beijing: Beijing and Washington have made “substantial progress” towards a partial trade deal, China’s top trade negotiator said in his first comments since talks with US president Donald Trump last week.
The roughly $50 billion in agriculture products touted by President Trump is far beyond what China has historically spent each year