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PowerShares International Dividend Achievers Portfolio (PID) Enters Oversold Territory

In trading on Wednesday, shares of the PowerShares International Dividend Achievers Portfolio ETF (AMEX: PID) entered into oversold territory, changing hands as low as $18.29 per share. We define oversold territory using the Relative Strength Index, or RSI, which is a technical analysis indicator used to measure momentum on a scale of zero to 100. [...]

International Trade Administration: Power of Exporting for HIT

Oregon-based High Impact Technology (HIT) is a company that specializes in making “smart” materials that are designed to seal up after being punctured. More than half of the company’s employees work on the international part of the business and exports are essential to HIT’s success. Show More Summary

Malmström vs Selmayr: the tale of the track changes

Malmstrom makes a point during her unexpectedly contentious hearing on Monday It is rare that an obscure bit of international trade arcana turns into a major political kafuffle, but that’s just what appears to have happened on Monday...Show More Summary

Man Steals $160K Diamond, Trades It For $20 Worth Of Pot

Criminals, by their very nature, aren’t very bright. And some are just downright dumb. Take Walter Earl Morrison for instance. The 20-year old Morrison worked at a UPS distribution center at Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix, Arizona unloading cargo planes. Show More Summary

G20 credibility depends on its trade agenda: Statement of the participants in the Third EU-Asia Rountable

The evolution of the world trading system no longer supports the delivery of opportunities that follow from innovations in international business. This column is a statement by participants at a roundtable held in the EU Centre for Global Affairs, University of Adelaide, on 22 August 2014, which offers suggestions to improve global trade governance. Show More Summary

Barclays Fined Twice in One Day for Compliance Failures

The bank will pay $15 million to the Securities and Exchange Commission to settle claims that its U.S. wealth-management business failed to maintain an adequate internal compliance system and made trades and charged commissions without client approval. Show More Summary

Amnesty International says China trades in 'tools of torture'

6 days agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

A report released yesterday from Amnesty International finds that there is a growing number of Chinese companies involved in the manufacture and trade of "tools of torture" to nations with poor human rights records. [ more › ]

Statement of the participants in the Third EU-Asia Rountable

The evolution of the world trading system no longer supports the delivery of opportunities that follow from innovations in international business. This column is a statement by participants at a roundtable held in the EU Centre for Global Affairs, University of Adelaide, on 22 August 2014, which offers suggestions to improve global trade governance. Show More Summary

Taxing foreign buyers of Australian housing

This measure – discussed in today’s AFR – is (apart from its cost-recovery role) is effectively an export tax on housing. As such it will diminish the gains from international trade in Australian property markets. It will however (in accord with the standard theory of export taxes) reduce the price of property to Australian consumers. [...]

RAIL.ONE at InnoTrans 2014

RAIL.ONE's focus for InnoTrans 2014, the international trade fair for transport technology, is firmly on light rail traffic. The company will present solutions and innovations that cities can profit from both economically and ecologically. In additio…

Chinese Firms Are Exporting ‘Torture Devices’ to Africa

Amnesty International claims at least 130 Chinese firms are involved in the worrying trade

InnoTrans 2014 - PreShow

InnoTrans 2014, its 10th anniversary, is the internation trade fair for rail transport technology held in Berlin, Germany. New technologies andn innovations form the basis for the rail industry to improve its competitiveness and its ability to face the future. Show More Summary

IBM: Trading At A Discount And Double-Digit Dividend Growth

By Dividends4Life: Linked here is a detailed quantitative analysis of International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM). Below are some highlights from the above linked analysis: Company Description: IBM's global offerings include information technology services, software, computer hardware equipment, fundamental research, and related financing. Show More Summary

Desmond Tutu calls for tactics that beat apartheid to be used in climate change fight

last weekNews : The Raw Story

Desmond Tutu, the Nobel peace prize winner and activist, has called for an international campaign to boycott mining companies, oil corporations and other businesses involved in the trade of fossil fuels. Writing exclusively in the Observer [article appears below] prior to this week’s UN...

TCP International's 1H Has Me Down Big And Looking To Sell

By Dallas Salazar: TCP International Holdings LTD (NYSE:TCPI) just had a quarter that only a CEO could defend. It was ugly and it shows in the trading of the company's stock. TCPI stock has been absolutely smoked since the IPO and has...Show More Summary

China Opens Gold Market to Foreigners Amid Price Ambition

``The Shanghai Gold Exchange will start trading contracts in the city's free-trade zone that will be linked to its domestic spot market and available to about 40 international members including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and UBS AG. Access was previously limited to some Chinese units.... Show More Summary

AEG Belgium to Attend Innotrans 2014 in Berlin

AEG Belgium is to attend Innotrans 2014, the international trade fair for transport technology taking place from 23 to 26 September in Berlin, Germany.

National Attitudes on International Trade

[Travel day -- heading south for the winter -- so just a few quick ones before hitting the road.] Tim Taylor: National Attitudes on International Trade: Americans, who are sometimes caricatured as being especially supportive of free trade, are actually...

On Wages, The Economist Agrees

The other day I wrote about a campaign by the International Trade Union Confederation t push the G20 to make hiking wages   the cornerstone of any policy to create a sustained and healthy global economy. The Economist agrees. The magazine had a relatively long piece in its September 6th edition (subscription paywall) entitled, “The big freeze: Throughout […]

Why I Am Still Skeptical About The U.S. Steel Industry

By Alpha World: The U.S. steel industry took a sigh of relief last month when the International Trade Commission (NYSE:ITC) ratified that duties will be imposed on steel pipe and tube imported from six countries, which include South Korea, India, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine and Vietnam. Show More Summary

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