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Economic Statistics for 28 Jul 16

The deficit in America’s international trade in goods expanded to $-63.3 billion as exports rose 0.9% but imports rose 1.8% in June. Wholesale inventories are unchanged in the preliminary July report. The Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Index for July dropped from 2 to -6. Initial weekly jobless claims rose 14,000 to 266,000. The 4-week average […]

Trapper Tackle: Game Changing Design Turns Heads

17 hours agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

Palm Beach Gardens, FL (July 26, 2016) – Every summer, fishing industry insiders gather at ICAST, an international trade show and exposition The post Trapper Tackle: Game Changing Design Turns Heads appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

No international play for Dennis Schroder this summer

Here’s the Atlanta Journal Constitution with an update on point guard Dennis Schroder, who will have a huge role on the Hawks next season since Jeff Teague was traded to the Pacers: Dennis Schroder will not compete for Germany’s national team this summer, the German Basketball Federation announced Wednesday. Germany was to begin qualification play for next year’s EuroBasket [...]

Priorities for the new Department for International Trade post-Brexit

With the remaking of the government, the Prime Minister Theresa May has made it clear that international trade (be it with the EU or the rest of the world) will be a key priority of her government. But with so many tasks on the table, which should the UK prioritise? Open Europe’s Raoul Ruparel puts forward his thoughts. Show More Summary

DP World to Develop Kaohsiung Port's Terminal 7

Global trade enabler DP World and the state run Taiwan International Ports Corporation (TIPC), have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the development

Obama May Struggle to Ink European Trade Deal Post-Brexit

International trade deals are never easy. Still, figuring out who is on first and second base post-Brexit adds a whole new dimension to bilateral trade negotiations. And as of this week, it just got muddier.

UK to Open 3 Offices in US to Promote British Business

The British government plans to open three more offices in the US cities of Minneapolis, Raleigh and San Diego to promote UK business, the nation’s international trade secretary said Tuesday.

Subsidy Desolation: US Farm Relief Program Goes Bust, Trump to Capitalize

Amidst a severe drought in parts of the US, many farmers are struggling to stay afloat as international trade deal and excessive reliance on governmental subsidies undermine the competitiveness of the nation's agriculture.

Early 2017 could be best time to trigger Article 50: UK trade minister

LONDON (Reuters) - Early next year could be the best time for Britain to trigger formal divorce talks with the European Union so a deal can be reached before the next national election in 2020, international trade minister Liam Fox was reported as saying.

Dr. Liam Fox, U.K. Secretary of State for International Trade

Dr. Liam Fox is the new Secretary of State for International Trade in Prime Minister Theresa May’s new government, and widely considered among the top two or three of the British cabinet’s senior members.  He joined me Monday morning...Show More Summary

Donald Trump's Foreign Policy: Threaten Allies and Build a Time Machine?

To the extent Donald Trump has a foreign policy, one can define it as follows: Threaten allies with a lack of support or a trade war and promise to go back in time to prevent any bad outcomes in international affairs. Following his pledge to start a trade with Canada and [...]

Seaborne Transportation - Economy Without Borders

With seaborne transportation accounting for the vast majority of the world’s international trade, the importance of the shipping industry to the mechanics of the

New VP pick Kaine getting in line in opposition to Pacific trade deal

Tim Kaine and Hillary Clinton once held very similar views on international trade deals; President Obama's signature Trans-Pacific Partnership proposal in particular. They liked the idea. The senator’s vote in favor of fast-track authority for the TPP was a subject of their discussions this past week on him joining the ticket, a Clinton aide said. “He […]

RealD’s 3D Projection Patents Upheld By U.S. International Trade Org

The U.S. International Trade Commission has banned the import of certain 3D movie-projection systems that it found to have violated the patents of RealD, one of the leading providers of 3D systems. The Beverly Hills-based RealD has been...Show More Summary

Over Intransigence of Rich Countries, Developing Countries Win Mandate on Trade for Development

In the realm of institutions that govern the global economy, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) stands out. While the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank, the Organization for Economic Cooperation...Show More Summary

"Did legalizing ivory trade reduce elephant poaching?"

Chris Blattman quoting Hsiang and Sekar: International trade of ivory was banned in 1989, with global elephant poaching data collected by field researchers since 2003. A one-time legal sale of ivory stocks in 2008 was designed as an experiment, but its global impact has not been evaluated. We find that...

Arrested HSBC FX Trader Had Been Cleared In Bank's Own Internal Probe

While Wall Street was shocked yesterday after the announcement that HSBC's global head of cash FX trading, Mark Johnson, was arrested at JFK on charges of frontrunning a Cairn Energy trade of $3.5 billion pounds, perhaps nobody was more surprised than his employer, HSBC. Show More Summary

MINN KOTA: Ultrex Wins “Best of Show”

RACINE, WI (July 20, 2016): Produced by the American Sportfishing Association (ASA), the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades (ICAST), is the The post MINN KOTA: Ultrex Wins “Best of Show” appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

Post-Brexit Currency Crisis to Affect Trade, Corporate Earnings

Volatility in the currency markets stemming from Britain’s decision to leave the EU, accompanied by the renewed appreciation of the dollar, poses significant challenges to the profitability of international trade in goods and servic...

REPORT: A big-name HSBC trader just got arrested

The global head of foreign exchange cash trading at HSBC was arrested at John F. Kennedy International airport on Tuesday morning, according to Tom Schoenberg at Bloomberg. Mark Johnson is set to appear in federal court in Brooklyn later...Show More Summary

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