Economy

China: Trade probe of US sorghum a 'normal' investigation

Feb 5, 2018

China says an anti-dumping probe of imports of U.S. sorghum is a "normal" trade case following suggestions it might be retaliation for Washington's investigation of Chinese steel and other goods

Brexit uncertainty blamed for UK slowdown at start of 2018

Feb 5, 2018

A closely monitored assessment of the U.K.'s services sector, by far the main engine of the whole economy, is showing that Brexit uncertainty is really starting to bite

Eurozone economy picks up further steam at start of 2018

Feb 5, 2018

A closely watched survey shows that the eurozone economy, which grew at a decade-high rate in 2017, has pushed up another gear in the new year

Asian shares extend global losses after Wall Street's rout

Feb 5, 2018

Asian shares extend global stock losses after Wall Street rout

Solid US jobs figures leave downbeat markets unmoved

Feb 2, 2018

Solid U.S. jobs data on Friday did little to improve the mood in global stock markets as investors continued to worry about rising U.S. bond yields

May denies UK must choose between EU access, trade freedom

Feb 2, 2018

Prime Minister Theresa May insists Britain does not have to choose between frictionless trade with the European Union and the ability to forge new trade deals around the world

Britain's May discusses trade barriers with China's Xi

Feb 2, 2018

British Prime Minister Theresa May says she discussed with Chinese President Xi Jinping the importance of removing barriers to commerce as the two countries move toward a future trading arrangement

Asian shares lower as investors mull earnings, yields weigh

Feb 2, 2018

Asian shares were mostly lower Friday as investors evaluated the latest earnings reports and worries about rising U.S. bond yields weighed on sentiment

Rise of 'morality schools' for Chinese women sparks outcry

Feb 2, 2018

So-called "female morality schools" where women are taught to be subservient to men have sparked a storm of criticism in China

Britain's May meets China's Xi on visit focused post-Brexit

Feb 1, 2018

British Prime Minister Theresa May has met with Chinese President Xi Jinping on a visit aimed at mapping out new trading arrangements following Britain's departure from the European Union

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