Prime Minister Scott Morrison is supporting the Trump administration’s plan to hold out for a sweeping trade agreement with China rather than accept a partial deal. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
NEW YORK (Reuters) - An index of global stock markets surrendered early gains on Friday after Chinese agriculture officials who were to visit U.S. farm states next week canceled their trip, dampening..
Stock futures up modestly as U.S. and China resume talks. U.S. stock futures were up modestly Friday, September 20, as investors debated the Federal Reserve's next policy move and looked for progress..
The Federal Reserve cut interest rates in its September meeting, but one of Wall Street's biggest bears doesn't think the central bank can do much about what he thinks is an imminent 2020 recession. ..
There's obviously a lot moving in the markets right now, so what are some sectors that experts are watching? Amanda Agati, co-chief investment strategist for PNC, and Jerry Kronenberg, managing editor..
Oil is dominating headlines. Stocks were falling Monday, endangering the Dow Jones Industrial Average's eight-day winning streak, after oil prices surged the most in more than two decades following an..
What's going on with oil? Over the weekend, there was a drone attack on two Saudi Arabian oil facilities. So, with all of this news around oil, one question has to be asked: will the average consumer..
Jim Cramer thinks that oil is far less important in the markets. In the old days, he told TheStreet, the markets would have fallen over 500 points based on the attacks in Saudi Arabia, which impacted..
Let's break into trade headlines... And yes, there have been quite a few this week. From Trump delaying the Oct. 1 tariffs by 15 days. And then there was another headline where Trump suggested that he..
European shares ground out gains for the fourth day running on Friday as signs of progress in U.S.-China trade talks propped up shares after a mixed response to stimulus from the European Central Bank..
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) Qatar Chamber held a meeting Saturday with a Chinese trade delegation led by the Chinese Foreign Trade Centre (CFTC).Qatar Chamber first vice chairman Mohamed... MENAFN.com - Published
Scott Morrison will throw Australian support behind Donald Trump in a bid to counter China's dominance in vital raw materials used in technology products. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
S&P/ASX 200 (INDEXASX:XJO) has risen over 5% in the last five weeks with the charge led by the financial sector last week and the energy and utilities sectors this week. Following is an extract from.. Proactive Investors - Published
One of the world's top trade chiefs says the WTO is powerless to stop a US-China trade war, and it was up to Australia and other developed nations to fill the void. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
One of the leaders of Hong Kong's protest movements urges US politicians to demand the inclusion of a human rights clause in ongoing US-China trade negotiations. Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age •Brisbane Times
The rare earths industry is commonly misunderstood. Rare earths or REE have recently gained a lot of interest in the media mainly due to the attention created by the US-China trade war. Most punters in.. Proactive Investors - Published
Red River Resources Ltd (ASX:RVR) recently completed the acquisition of the Hillgrove Gold-Antimony Project in NSW. Hillgrove is located near Armidale within a mining district with a long operational.. Proactive Investors - Published
US project Blue Moon is an earn-in zinc joint venture that could give Platina exposure to zinc, copper, gold and silver revenues. PGM can take up to 70% of the venture and develop the project as a.. Proactive Investors - Published
Helped by a thaw in US-China trade tensions, optimism that a no-deal Brexit may be avoided and positive political headlines involving Hong Kong and Italy, Australian shares posted a third consecutive.. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
It isn't just the US-China trade war and hard Brexit risks that could directly impact on earnings of S&P/ASX 200 (Index:^AXJO) (ASX:XJO) shares. The Hong Kong riots are also expected to directly touch.. Motley Fool - Published
Markets are in a turmoil as US and China are moving further away from a deal and as US manufacturing shrunk for the first time in three years. This could be the perfect time to be a contrarian.. Motley Fool - Published
Australian shares are poised to move firmly higher at the open amid renewed hopes the US and China would meet for trade talks in September. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age