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Trade Deficit Grows More Than Expected As Stronger Dollar Pressures Exports

The U.S. monthly international trade deficit increased in October 2016 according to the U.S. Census Bureau, rising from $36.2 billion in September (revised lower from $36.4 billion) to $42.6 billion in October, higher than the $41.8BN...Show More Summary

U.S. Companies Dominate The Global Arms Trade [Infographic]

According to new data on the international arms industry released by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (Sipri), the world's top 100 arms companies sold $370.7 billion worth of military equipment in 2015. Despite a 2.9 percent decrease on 2014, companies in the United States continue to dominate thetrade, with [...]

Egypt busts organ trading racket, arrests 45 people

CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt has uncovered a network accused of illicit international trafficking in human organs, arresting 45 people and recovering millions of dollars in a dawn raid on Tuesday, the health ministry said.

A China economist told us how China could hurt the US in a trade war

Before joining the Institute of International Finance, Gene Ma worked at famed hedge fund Tudor Investments. He is now IIF's Chief Economist, and we caught up with him to ask him some questions about where the Chinese economy is going...Show More Summary

The Trump Effect: Trade, Policy, Commodities and Procurement in 2017

Categories: China, Commodities, Industry News, Procurement Strategy & Planning, Supply Chain, World Trade Tags: PRO The election of Donald Trump will undoubtedly have an unexpected impact on the domestic and international procurement, supply chain and trade communities. Show More Summary

Why a Protectionist Shock Would Do More to Harm Than to Help the Job Market

Dramatic promises to restrict international trade were a signature element of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. So far, he seems to be following through, with an early reaffirmation of his intent to withdraw US participation in the...Show More Summary

Donald Trump's Carrier Deal Imperils International Trade Pacts

This article originally appeared on the International Business Times. Donald Trump is still weeks away from taking the presidential oath of office, but a deal he championed with an Indiana manufacturer is already threatening to challenge...Show More Summary

Nonfiction: Locks, Mops and Bouffants: Two Books on Hair

A look at the international hair trade, and a handsome coffee table book by the celebrity hairdresser John Barrett.

Players, Owners avoid lockout at a cost

Thursday morning's Say Hey, Baseball includes some bad news for international amateur free agents, other tidbits from the new CBA, and the increasingly likely possibility of a trade involving Andrew McCutchen. Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary

U.S. trade policy—time to start over

Anger over the impact of international trade on jobs, wages, and opportunities was a major cause of Donald Trump’s election. As the Democratic Party’s politicians and pundits search through the rubble of Hillary Clinton’s candidacy for clues to her stunning loss, they need to take an honest look at their own contribution.

Trump’s pledge to keep investment from leaving the United States

That is the topic of my latest Bloomberg column, here is just one bit from it: In other words, the Trump program for protectionism could go far beyond interference in international trade. It also could bring the kind of crony capitalist...Show More Summary

10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, FB, SNE, BWLD)

Here is what you need to know. Oil's surging on OPEC optimism. Brent crude oil, the international benchmark, trades up 6.5% at $50.47 per barrel on renewed hope the cartel will agree to a production cut at Wednesday's meeting in Vienna. Mnuchin and Ross have been selected for Trump's cabinet. Show More Summary

Hitting the Reset Button on the International Order

From realignment with Russia to the revocation of global trade deals, is the Trump administration relapsing to an era we once thought confined to the dustbin of history?

WHITE Has Just Revealed Its Latest International Fashion Event’s Details

Men’s fashion weeks are just around the corner, and WHITE has announced details of its latest trade show in Milan. The three-day event will bring together a curated selection of international designers from avant-garde brands, contemporary sportswear labels and more. Show More Summary

2017 will be a year of 'economic nationalism'

Rating agency Fitch expects 2017 to be a year of "economic nationalism," with both Fitch and Deutsche Bank warning of the growing possibility of a trade war between the US and China. Fitch predicts a decline in international trade in...Show More Summary

The Ethical Argument for Free Trade - Daniel Hannan on Brexit: New At Reason

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Daniel Hannan is one of Brexit's biggest champions. A Member of the European Parliament and a leading Euroskeptic, Hannan's advocacy of withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union has earned him international attention.Show More Summary

Brexit is going to be really bad for the Scotch whisky industry

Leaving the European Union exposes the Scotch whisky industry to international trade tariffs and uncertainty over exports, according to research by investment bank Macquarie. Companies such as Diageo, which owns the Johnnie Walker whisky...Show More Summary

Trump’s America: changes to energy, trade – and UK relations?

He’ll pull the plug on an international trade deal, kill off energy regulations, and keep upbraiding the media. This is Trump’s America, and it will start, he says, from the day he takes office.

Trump's Dismantling of Trade Deals Won't Bring Most Jobs Back

Dramatic promises to restrict international trade were a signature element of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. So far, he seems to be following through. On Tuesday, he announced that he will withdraw U.S. participation in the Trans-Pacific...Show More Summary

Trump's War on Trade Could Hurt America's Public Universities

This year, the number of international students at U.S. colleges and universities topped a million for the first time ever. Chinese students studying here made up almost a third of that total. The vast majority of these students payShow More Summary

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