GENEVA, Aug 22- China has appealed against a WTO dispute panel report on anti-dumping duties applied on certain Chinese products by the United States, the World Trade Organization said on Friday.» Read More
Lee Porter, Head of Asia Pacific, Liquidnet Trading with Dark Pools shines light on dark pool trading amid the growing regulatory action against the anonymous stock trade. He also talks about the growing presence of dark pool trading in Asia.
Paul Gruenwald, Chief Economist, Asia Pacific, ANZ says data out of U.S. is very choppy, with global growth drifting sideways.
India has diversified its exports to make up for the fall in demand from the developed world since the global financial crisis hit, and the nation remains an attractive destination for foreign investors despite controversy surrounding its recent tax legislation, India’s Minister of Commerce and Industry, Anand Sharma told CNBC on Tuesday.
Santitarn Sathirathai, Research Analyst, Credit Suisse, discusses the significance of the Thai prime minister's visit to China.
CNBC.com ranked the ten places in the U.S. that showed the most job growth between February 2011 and February 2012. Read ahead to see which cities topped our list.
Patrick Noble, Senior Investment Specialist, Zurich Investment Services says it is unlikely that market expectations for China's economy to suffer a hard landing will be realized.
Arthur Cashin, UBS Financial Services, reflects on his time at Paine Webber, as it celebrates its listing 40 years ago.
Joe Fuller, Co-Founder & CEO, Monitor Group says there is no end in sight for Europe's debt troubles. Frederic Neumann, MD & Co-Head of Asian Economics Research, HSBC joins in the discussion.
Michael Scuse, Acting Under Secretary, United States Department of Agriculture talks about his current trip to China to boost agriculture trade between the two countries. One of the missions is get more U.S. beef exports into the Chinese markets.
The Euro will fall to $1.25 by June, says Willie Williams, Societe Generale director of institutional derivative sales. Williams is expecting a stronger dollar in coming sessions.
Discussing the strategies behind Tavistock Group reaching 150 sales to families from 14 countries since participating in the Albany Project, opened in October of 2010, with Christopher Anand, Tavistock Group senior managing director.
Discussing his company's plan to position themselves as the emerging new supplier of heavy rare earths in demand, with Donald Bubar, Avalon Rare Metals president/CEO.
Weighing in on the Korea trade agreement taking place today, with Tom Vilsack, Secretary of Agriculture/former Iowa governor, who says two-thirds of tariffs on agricultural products will be eliminated and ultimately boost the economy.
CNBC's Eamon Javers has the details on austerity and other topics of discussion today between President Obama and British Prime Mininster, David Cameron; investors from the AFL-CIO are pressuring Warren Buffett to name a successor, and the U.S. trade deficit reaches its biggest imbalance in three years.
CNBC's John Harwood has the details on the Republican's response to President Obama's statement on fair trade enforcement with China.
President Obama addresses the killing of innocent civilians in Afghanistan, calling it "outrageous" and promises a full investigation. The President also delivers a statement on new efforts to enforce U.S. trade rights with China and level the playing field for America's businesses and workers, saying "competitors will not get away with skirting the rules." The new trade case against China involves rare earths.
CNBC's Brian Shactman and John Harwood preview President Obama's pending statement announcing new efforts to enforce trade rights with China, and its impact on the markets.
Even as U.S. President Barack Obama looks set to sign into law a piece of legislation targeting "unfair" trade practices from China, speculation of a trade war brewing between the two countries is unwarranted, according to Brian Jackson, Senior Emerging Markets Strategist at the Royal Bank of Canada in Hong Kong.
Sean Heather, Vice President of Global Regulatory Cooperation at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, talks about negotiating with the Australian government over the issue of investor state dispute settlement in Trans-Pacific Trade talks.
Andrew Broomhead, CFO, Pacific Basin says 2012 is going to be a tough year for the shipping industry due to overcapacity and lower demand.