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  • NEW YORK, Nov 16- The U.S. dollar index touched a near 14- year high on Wednesday, while oil prices fell in a volatile session as traders were caught between a build in U.S. stockpiles and the chance of an agreement on an output cut. On Wall Street, declines in bank stocks more than offset gains in the technology sector. They're looking for names that haven't rallied as...

  • That data will include a flurry of buying by Mexico and others ahead of the election and two days of post-election trade. Data showing lower sales to Mexico is more likely in upcoming weekly reports, trade sources said. Mexico bought 709,261 tonnes of U.S. corn in the week prior to the election, three times the average volume over the preceding month, USDA data...

  • President-elect Donald Trump that Canada is open to renegotiating the NAFTA trade agreement, with opposition parties mocking Trudeau for being naive and panicked. Trudeau, whose Liberals have a parliamentary majority, said last week that "if Americans want to talk about NAFTA, I'm more than happy to talk about it," a day after Canada's ambassador to the United...

  • NEW YORK, Nov 16- The U.S. dollar index touched a near 14- year high on Wednesday, while oil prices fell in a volatile session as traders were caught between a build in U.S. stockpiles and the chance of an agreement in an output cut. "You've got a little bit of a hangover from the Trump rally today," said Steven Chiavarone, a New York- based associate portfolio manager of...

  • A Ford Motor Co. EcoSport sport-utility vehicle (SUV) is displayed at the Auto Expo 2012 in New Delhi, India, on Thursday, Jan. 5, 2012.

    Ford's EcoSport will roll off a Ford assembly line in India, rather than one in the United States, according to NBC News.

  • Vicente Fox: Trump is an illegitimate president

    Vicente Fox, Centrist Democratic International, former President of Mexico, shares his take on President-elect Donald Trump, and his threat to U.S.-Mexico relations.

  • Vicente Fox on Trump's wall: First loser will be the U.S.

    Vicente Fox, Centrist Democratic International, former President of Mexico, discusses Donald Trump's border wall proposal and trade threats, and U.S.-Mexico relations.

  • A copy of the local Chinese magazine Global People with a cover story that translates to 'Why did Trump win' is seen with a front cover portrait of US president-elect Donald Trump at a news stand in Shanghai on November 14, 2016.

    Obama and Japan's Prime Minister Abe say the collapse of the Trans-Pacific Partnership could be a boon for China. Experts aren't so sure.

  • U.S. news network CNN reported on Tuesday that a memo drafted by President-elect Donald Trump's transition team, which it obtained, said the new administration would immediately initiate changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico. Canada and Mexico argued that COOL, repealed in December, led to fewer of their cattle and pigs...

  • NEW YORK, Nov 16- The U.S. dollar index dipped after hitting a near 14- year high on Wednesday while oil prices swung in a volatile session as traders were caught between a build in U.S. stockpiles and the chance of an output cut. Declines in bank stocks more than offset gains in the technology sector on Wall Street. "We had a pretty sharp rally off the election and it was...

  • Ken Allen, chief executive officer of DHL Express.

    E-commerce will help drive trade in a way the world hasn't seen, and no government will want to stop it, DHL Express CEO Ken Allen says.

  • DHL CEO: Globalization is here to stay

    DHL Express CEO Ken Allen discusses his company's growth in the shipping and logistics space and global trade.

  • SEOUL, Nov 17- South Korea and six Central American countries have reached a free trade deal that will eliminate tariffs for more than 95 percent of export items from Asia's fourth-largest economy including autos, steel and textiles, the Korean trade ministry said on Thursday. South Korean trade minister Joo Hyung- hwan met with his counterparts from Nicaragua,...

  • A container vessel docks at the Tanjong Pagar Terminal in Singapore.

    The Baltic Dry Index, an measure of shipping costs for commodities, is at its highest level since August 2015, signaling a market recovery.

  • HAMBURG/ SINGAPORE, Nov 16- Chicago soybeans rose for a second session on Wednesday, underpinned by strong export demand and data showing U.S. oilseed processors in October recorded their third-largest crush in history. Chicago Board of Trade January soybeans had risen 0.4 percent to $9.94 a bushel by 1106 GMT, after a gain of 0.5 percent on Tuesday.

  • Arguments for free trade deal need to be made stronger: Eurogroup

    Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem says he wasn’t very optimistic on TTIP in the near-future, and that it was important to concentrate on the trade deal with Canada.

  • 20-30% chance Brexit doesn’t happen: Pascal Lamy

    President Emeritus of the Jacques Delors Institute and former WTO Director-General, Pascal Lamy, talks about the odds of the U.K.’s Brexit process actually happening.

  • Pascal Lamy: Trump has two options – ‘soft Trump’ or ‘hard Trump’

    President Emeritus of the Jacques Delors Institute and former WTO Director-General, Pascal Lamy, explains why he believes a “soft Trump” option is likely.

  • Donald Trump presidency: How concerned are leading financiers?

    Pascal Lamy, the president emeritus of the Jacques Delors Institute, the ESM’s Managing Director Klaus Regling, and DIW Berlin’s President, Marcel Fratzscher give their thoughts on a Trump presidency.

  • Chinese President Xi Jinping.

    Expectations of the eventual demise of the suspended TPP deal have surged since Trump’s victory, a development that will help China’s trade expansion.