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The economic data from US has bee weakening considerably, So, today retail sales report takes extra importance Full Article

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Over 600 leading companies, including Walmart and Target Corp, have written a letter to US President Donald Trump to urge him for a ... Full Article

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On Friday, China announced its plans to increase anti-dumping duties on some alloy-steel seamless tubes and pipes used for utilities.. Full Article

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Today there was an explosion in 2 Iranian Oil tankers in the Gulf which sent Oil nearly $3 higher, but Oil is reversing back down now Full Article

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The US government's budget deficit rose to $208 billion in May, higher than the $185.5 billion deficit forecast. Full Article

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The Italian economy has started to soften again after a couple of positive months at the beginning of this year and the EU is not helping Full Article

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Trump has once again shifted his focus on the Eurozone. In a series of tweets on Tuesday, Trump alleged that Europe is devaluing the Euro. Full Article

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Implementing the USMCA trade agreement among US, Mexico and Canada holds more importance to the US economy than the trade war with China Full Article

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Huawei has announced its decision to call off the launch of a new laptop over the US government's decision to blacklist it Full Article

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Mexican officials and global financial markets may be cheering that the US government has called off the proposed tariff hike on Mexico, but Full Article

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President Trump continues to stand by his decision to impose tariffs until China agrees to a trade deal. "Tariffs are a great negotiating.. Full Article

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Crude Oil bounced off the support area above $50 last week, but it is being squeezed now between 2 MAs Full Article

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Any further tariffs on Chinese goods could push the US economy into a "Trump recession". US and China have been fighting a trade war, with.. Full Article

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On Monday, global financial markets rallied on the positive news that Trump had called off tariffs on Mexico. This looks set to continue.. Full Article

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Markets are waiting cautiously to see if US President Trump will meet his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping at the G20 summit later this month. Full Article

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