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Hong Kong: A Hong Kong airline forced a Japanese woman to take a pregnancy test before allowing her on a flight to a Pacific island popular with mothers seeking US citizenship for their babies.
HONG KONG: Asian equities rose Friday (Jan 17) as investors, still buoyed by the China-US trade deal, turned their focus to earnings season and the global outlook, while they were also cheered by data indicating China's economy appears to be stabilising.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian equities mostly rose Friday as investors, still buoyed by the China-US trade deal, turned their focus on earnings season and the global outlook, while they were also cheered by data indicating China's economy appears to be stabilising.
NEW YORK (Bloomberg): American equity futures climbed alongside European shares on Thursday (Jan 16) in the wake of the signing of the US-China trade deal, an event that helped drive global stocks to record highs. Bonds fluctuated and the dollar was steady.
WASHINGTON (AFP): The United States and China have signed a truce in their trade war after nearly two years of tensions, bringing relief to markets but largely leaving massive tariffs in place.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets rose early Thursday (Jan 16) as details were released of the China-US trade deal signed in Washington, with analysts saying it would allow investors to turn their focus to the global outlook and earnings season.
(Reuters) - President Donald Trump lashed out at Apple Inc
HONG KONG: Asia equities extended a global rally on Tuesday (Jan 14), with the US decision to no longer designate China a currency manipulator a further sign of easing tensions between the economic titans.
HONG KONG: Asian markets mostly rose on Monday (Jan 13) as investor attention turned from the Middle East to the global economic outlook and this week's planned signing of the China-US trade pact.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas (Reuters) - U.S. presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg told Reuters he is ready to spend much of his vast fortune to oust Republican President Donald Trump from the White House in 2020, rejecting criticism from rivals for the Democratic nomination that the billionaire is trying to buy the U.S. election.