Archive of 1 November 2019

China may impose $3.58bn in annual trade sanctions on US: WTO panel

China could slap compensatory sanctions on US imports worth $3.579 billion annually for the US failure to remove anti-dumping duties, China may now ask...

South African rand, stocks gain; focus on Moody’s review

South Africa faces a potentially material 'slap on the wrists' by Moody's credit rating agency later today. There's no telling what kind of impact...

Iran’s Zarif calls on US to return to 2015 nuclear deal

Rather than dig itself deeper, US should abandon failed policies & return to #JCPOA (the 2015 nuclear deal). Imposed sanctions on the Iranian construction...

Pound set for small weekly rise despite Brexit Party threat

The pound edged 0.1% higher at $1.2946 thanks to a broad weakness in the greenback and is poised to register a tiny 0.9% gain...

Oil rises 2pc on hopes for US-China trade deal

US says phase one trade deal with China in good shape OPEC Oct oil output jumps on Saudi recovery - Reuters survey US non-farm...

Eurosceptic Farage urges British PM to listen to Trump

Trump warned Johnson Thursday that the terms of his EU divorce deal meant that "under certain aspect... you can't trade" with the United States. ...

Treatment of Assange putting his life ‘at risk’: UN expert

Unless the UK urgently changes course and alleviates his inhumane situation, Mr. Assange's continued exposure to arbitrariness and abuse may soon end up costing...

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