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With the U.S. and China seemingly nearing the conclusion of a trade deal, many experts have predicted that Washington could next turn up tensions with the European Union. » Read More
Opening up a new trade front with the EU would be an unwise move. Washington should opt for an amicable settlement among close friends and allies, writes Michael Ivanovitch.
Tesla said Monday it immediately sent a team to investigate an explosion of one of its cars in Shanghai Sunday evening local time.
Trade agreements have advanced corporate interests at the expense of workers in both developed and developing countries.
India's economy is the fastest growing large economy surpassing China.
The United States won a World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling on Thursday against China's use of tariff-rate quotas for rice, wheat and corn, which it successfully argued limited market access for U.S. grain exports.
A black swan event could soon be surfacing in energy markets, industry experts have told CNBC.
In Paris, the concern is that there cannot be any agreement over trade while the U.S. refuses to commit to key environmental targets.
China's better-than-expected first quarter GDP growth is spurring economists at Citi, Barclays and ING to raise their growth forecasts for this year, though other analysts are holding off for now.
Big European banks are set to report their first-quarter earnings and some investors fear that poor report cards could lead to further volatility.
"Quick counts" tallied by private pollsters based on samples of actual votes showed that Indonesia's incumbent President Joko Widodo is set to beat former army general Prabowo Subianto.
China's auto industry has hit a soft patch, but there may be a bright spot.
Goldman Sachs Chief Executive David Solomon said Wednesday that the chances of the U.S. economy soon entering a recession are lower now than they were earlier this year.
Investors have been watching the health of the Chinese economy amid Beijing's ongoing trade dispute with Washington.
Goldman Sachs expects weak earnings growth across all major markets in 2019, Goldman Sachs' chief global equity strategist Peter Oppenheimer told CNBC's Squawk Box.
Despite U.S. threats over new tariffs on Europe and the latter's willingness to retaliate, analysts are not expecting a trade war between the economic giants for several reasons.
Gold is poised to move higher later this year, powered by Fed dovishness on interest rates and lingering global uncertainties, the global head of precious metals at financial services firm INTL FCStone told CNBC.