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Lazard Asset 3h
The US-China will have winners and losers. Robert Horton, Research Analyst on our Developing Markets Equity team, explains which could come out on top:
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DailyFX 58m
disruption could come to an end at G-20 summit, further losses in FX and equity markets can be expected if no deal is reached. How are the central banks reacting to this ? Find out from here:
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Sabrina Khanniche 1h
In , evidence that is an issue. -Depressed sentiment among manufacturing firms with sectoral at the lowest since December 2012. -Gap with robust domestically oriented sectors remains wide. Overall worrying for industrial and trade activity.
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Gordon G. Chang Jun 20
Let's see how "invincible" the Chinese feel at 250% tariffs. Last year, 's merchandise trade surplus with accounted for 119.3% of its overall surplus. It's time to take the arrogant down a notch or two.
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Ashish Barua📈📊 Jun 15
Replying to @Wolf_InTheWilds
Beijing’s ‘Made in China 2025’ plan isn’t dead, it’s out of control. China doesn't even care for low-cost manufacturing anymore. The main focus is on services and high-end manufacturing. has become the main reasons for .
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Sentifi Canada Jun 19
Trump is moving from toward currency war
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penguinlinux 3h
that start by bring Economy down. 😬😬😬
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Lakshmi 5h
And think what could *have* been if you weren't using blatant manipulation & deceit to control the market via your constant disingenuous, loaded tweets re etc to constantly influence the Global economy is in big trouble And you darn well know it pal!😛
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HongLong 10h
The Chinese government would like the U.S. to cancel “inappropriate” actions against Chinese companies, Wang Shouwen, vice minister of commerce, said Monday.
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Sunny R Gupta 17m
I believe these new tariffs/sanctions on China will only help boost their internal spends on research and in turn help them become the new innovation hub, hastening their milestone of being the number 1 superpower.
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ChannelNine 6h
The US Commerce Department blacklisted five Chinese tech entities Friday in a new move against Beijing’s supercomputing industry likely to raise tensions ahead of a meeting between President Trump and Xi Jinping next week.
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CPT_Markets Globe 14h
【News】The Group 20 summit will be held in Japan on 28th and 29th June. Investors mainly focus on how the trade talk will go between Trump and Xi. The talks will either tone down tensions or, be likely to drag on far longer, which both affect the global economy.
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Without American software "our chip development will run into a dead end," an executive at one of China's leading chipmakers worried.
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Global Supply Chain Changes Underway as Trade War Drags On
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Ashish Barua📈📊 Jun 16
Executives from US chip suppliers attended meeting with Commerce Department to discuss response to Huawei being placed on government blacklist. Out of US$70 billion that Chinese telecoms giant spent buying components last year, US$11 billion went to US firms.
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ASHWANI MAHAJAN Jun 16
Ongoing can help India. India can boost exports of 300 products to US, China amid trade war, says report - The Financial Express
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Bill Stone, CFA, CMT 1h
This week we looked at the start of a global central bank easing cycle with both the ECB and BoJ and the pivot of the to "insurance" cuts. Fed Chair Powell speaks on Tuesday and the G-20 meeting will be monitored for headlines.
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OneRoadResearch Jun 22
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penguinlinux 12h
Economic Sanction and Trade War are not good for everyone include USA too. Why Donald Trump cannot understand this.
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