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President Donald Trump's administration should focus on pushing for structural changes in China rather than on the massive trade imbalance between the world's two largest economies, a former U.S. government official said Monday.
"This is not about economics. It's about politics and geopolitics," said Pushan Dutt.
It will be "very challenging" for the U.S. and China to come to an agreement about trade this week, in part because the Trump administration has been "unclear on what it really wants," a strategist said Friday.
Australia allowed an ambassador to be interviewed by the FBI as part of the agency's investigation into alleged ties between Russia and the Trump presidential campaign, the New York Times reported.
Saudi Arabia is transforming economically as the kingdom moves from its traditional heavy reliance on oil. There's now an ETF for international investors to participate in the kingdom's booming market.
Trade in Chinese yuan-denominated crude oil futures has surged since President Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of the Iran nuclear deal.
The Fed is likely going to turn more aggressive than it is currently indicating, with more rate hikes than expected coming this year, said an economist Tuesday.
Prominent emerging markets investor Mark Mobius said he would "definitely" be interested in putting money into North Korea if he could.
A stunning win by the opposition bloc in Malaysia's general election could hit the Southeast Asian nation's ties with China, which planned investments worth billions of dollars into the country under the previous administration.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is the only leader from a major stakeholder country to not publicly arrange a meeting with North Korea's Kim Jong Un this year.