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Multiple reports this week said Walmart was in advanced talks to become the largest shareholder in India's Flipkart.
Growing trade tensions spurred by increasingly confrontational U.S. trade policies may affect the airline industry, but the CEO of Hawaiian Airlines said the impact would likely be limited.
Some Southeast Asian nations are now "seeking to diversify their strategic partnerships, beyond a binary choice between Beijing and Washington," a think tank said.
Asian markets closed mixed as investors digested developments related to global trade and U.S. politics.
The Chinese are prepared for a trade war with the U.S., and the cost of that to Americans and American firms should be considered, said an expert on U.S.-China relations.
The chatbot on Facebook Messenger is available to Citi's consumer banking clients in Singapore beginning Thursday. The bank plans to roll out the service in Hong Kong and Australia later this year.
"We have right now 32,000 soldiers between North and South Korea. Let's see what happens," Trump said Wednesday, as reported by The Washington Post.
For 1,500 years, shrubs and shoots grew, the monsoon rains fell and the Waghora River snaked around a forgotten group of caves in the Deccan Plateau.
Audio obtained by The Washington Post reveals Trump claiming he disagreed with Canada's Justin Trudeau — without actually knowing the facts.
Amazon Japan said on Thursday it was cooperating fully with the regulators but declined to elaborate.
The involvement of a Trump Organization lawyer may further connect the president to the non-disclosure agreement, even though he has tried to distance himself from the case, NBC News reported.
An investor sued Credit Suisse on Wednesday, alleging that misstatements about a complex product betting on stock market swings led to losses for people who bought in at inflated prices.
Asian markets closed mixed on Thursday, as some regional stock indexes shrugged off early losses stemming from trade-related worries.
The Chinese government's policies toward electric vehicles are becoming more selective recently, signaling a push for higher performing models and potentially accelerate industry development, noted an analyst at Wood Mackenzie.
Mike Pompeo, widely seen as the next secretary of state, is known for a hawkish approach toward foreign policy.
Hawking, who was a professor at the University of Cambridge, made several discoveries in the fields of physics, mathematics and cosmology.
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The 'propaganda machine' of the presidential office is using the story of U.K.-Russia tensions to gain additional support for this weekend's elections, says Otilia Dhand of Teneo Intelligence.
Markets are caught between the positives on the economic and interest rate front and the negatives of everything going on politically, says Marc Ostwald of ADM Investor Services.
The Trump administration's aggressive starting points on trade were likely meant to get parties to the table for discussions, says Eric Robertsen of Standard Chartered Bank.