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Money Morning 3h
Shah Gilani gives his take on the sharp market drop today, he has some upside, but also some downside to the trend we've seen.
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Christine Whybrow🏳️‍🌈;🍄 calling a 👩 a🐴!! 2h
Replying to @thehill
Yeh , don't cross ! When he says he supports you, then puts in place a , forcing you to go offshore, it is somehow your fault! May I suggest you NOT get involved with our , he will about you, & use you to play to his 'base'!
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Sen. Heidi Heitkamp 4h
Replying to @business
I’ve been fighting for ND’s wind energy industry & workers for years, & I’m taking action to promote smart trade policies that protect wind, oil & gas, ag, & manufacturing industries threatened by the administration’s .
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Chandler Schwede 2h
Trade war finally hitting forward guidance and market sentiment moving down. Was wondering when it was coming. Don’t think good earnings are enough to get us out of this slope downward...
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Edmonton Journal 21h
Freeland, future Mexican minister offer little on when U.S. tariffs will be lifted
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Connell McShane 1h
On the - I had an interesting conversation with a source in China who understands government thinking. More than ever, China is digging in for the long haul. They’re getting set for what they see as a , rather than just a . More notes here:
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Global Times 3h
What needs to do is to prove it will not be deterred by US and its success lies in its innovation genes.
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Todd Fedoruk 1h
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
Donny, Tariffs are paid by the consumer, not by the country that you impose that tariff upon. Your Tariff Tax hurts more American consumers, farmers, and manufacturers. Your $12B welfare bailout to farmers is proof of that.
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SCMP News 23h
Opinion: How the US-China could doom the entire planet
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John Adams 2h
Listen closely, and one can almost hear the peals of laughter from a bureaucrat in the Chinese ministry of commerce...
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WCIT 5m
Rubber is yet another unexpected victim of the trade war
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Kevin Rudd Oct 17
So what are the real prospects of bringing the U.S.-China to conclusion? Here are my thoughts from an roundtable in Tokyo:
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Sen. Heidi Heitkamp Oct 19
. announced that its seeking to cut the agency’s budget by 5%, which could put programs like crop insurance at risk & send the wrong message to farmers who are already bearing the brunt of the administration’s
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Aaron Sokho Chan 6h
Keep a close eye on upcoming data. I think there is a high likelihood a market decline today could be followed by a larger market decline on Friday if 3rd quarter GDP comes in below expectations
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आयुष्मान भारत 🇮🇳 4h
India can take advantage of ongoing global ?
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Megan Pratz 2h
The is hitting farmers pretty hard. So the Trump Administration decided to send $12b to farms across the U.S. in a massive bailout. On the list? Smithfield Farms in Virginia. It's a pork producer. It's also owned by a Chinese conglomerate.
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Global Times 4h
US farmers see crops pile up as trade frictions continue. Sales of soybeans to China in 2018 are already down 24.6 percent, according to US Department of Agriculture (USDA) statistics released last week.
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Denise Tsang Oct 22
INTERVIEW: Trade war an ‘approaching tsunami’, says US garment trade chief
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scott gibbons Oct 18
great news! how were our leaders so stupid, ignorant or treasonous before?
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SCMP News Oct 22
Opinion: Sooner or later, the US will realise it can’t win the
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