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Much of Asia has since built up buffers to better withstand capital flight, but India's current account balance has continued to deteriorate, said Credit Suisse.
U.S. tariffs could raise steel prices by 30 percent and may prompt Deere & Co to switch materials, but the company will absorb the costs, said its CEO Samuel Allen.
U.K. Finance Minister Philip Hammond will speak about the government's fintech strategy at a conference organized by the Treasury on Tuesday.
China said that a ruling by the World Trade Organization on Obama-era U.S. tariffs showed that the United States was a "repeat abuser" of trade remedy measures.
The White House plans to announce tariffs Thursday as President Donald Trump aims to punish China for intellectual property theft.
Abu Dhabi's two sovereign wealth funds are set to join up as Abu Dhabi consolidates hundreds of billions of dollars worth of funds under its control.
Most analysts are expecting the Bank of England to give a signal that May is a "live" meeting for a rate hike.
Credit Suisse's global equity head said he's "relatively relaxed" about global trade risks.
Three in five firms surveyed around the world believe protectionism is on the rise.
President Donald Trump's trade policies cater to a specific group of the U.S. population, according to a leading economist.
U.S. subsidies for its soybean farmers have given them an unfair competitive advantage in selling to China and strong restrictive measures need to be taken to prevent dumping, Chinese tabloid Global Times said on Wednesday.
The largest US business association says a trade war with China would be "devastating" for American families. The South China Morning Post reports.
Japan's central bank wants the country's inflation rate to hit 2 percent by fiscal year 2019, but it is less likely to happen if the yen continues to strengthen, said Credit Suisse's chief economist for Japan.
The U.S. administration is concerned with trade deficits in certain regions and industries within the United States, says Raghuram Rajan.
Chinese President Xi Jinping warned self-ruled Taiwan on Tuesday that it will face the "punishment of history" for any attempt at separatism.
China is looking to invest for job creation — not mere trophies — according to an economist who analyzes the country.
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