Nick Confessore Reporter 9:20 PM ET Just to pull back for a second here, you can see a part of Clinton’s strategy. She is not campaigning against him as a crazy man. She is campaigning against him as a traditional and, in her argument, flawed conservative Republican. – First Clinton and Trump Debate: Analysis, New […]
Today's Water Cooler: TPP, TTIP, TISA, Clinton v. Trump wrap-up, investor confidence, world trade down, Corbyn stomps Smith, public works
Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News A strike by plant workers in South Korea Monday crippled production for Hyundai Motor Co., temporarily halting supply of some of the company’s best-selling vehicles in the U.S. The World Trade Organization (WTO) cut its 2016 forecast for global trade Tuesday by more than a third. Show More Summary
At the beginning of the year, the entire financial world was obsessed with China, or more specifically, Chinese capital outflows. Betting against China became the #1 hot trade of 2016 during the first quarter.
It’s not terribly uncommon for companies to release new products or gadgets at trade shows and conventions. Such is the case with at least one company participating in the IBMA World of Bluegrass festivities this week in Raleigh, North Carolina. The good people at G7th capos […] The post G7 Heritage Series Capo appeared first on Bluegrass Today.
Paul Krugman: Trump On Trade: For the most part,... the media consensus seems to be that Clinton won. This is a big deal: you know, just know, that they were primed to declare Trump the winner... But he was so...
Via Dana Lyons' Tumblr, The Chinese stock market has been eerily quiet of late – is that about to change? Outside of a record tight 2-month trading range in stocks this summer, there has been no shortage of market news, stimulus and action so far in 2016. Show More Summary
“Long live Queen Elizabeth” indeed. After going inside a women’s prison in Orange is the New Black and charting the rise of Colombia’s drug trade in Narcos, Netflix’s latest original series is something altogether more regal. The streaming...Show More Summary
If there were a contest for weirdest Trumpism last night—well, I'm not sure I could pick a winner. But on the nerd front, this one just confused me completely: We have to renegotiate our trade deals. And, Lester, they're taking our jobs, they're giving incentives, they're doing things that, frankly, we don't do. Let me give you the example of Mexico. Show More Summary
The latest segments from the globalEDGE Business Beat take a look at a new business trade book, Second Shift: The Inside Story of the Keep GM Movement. Tomas Hult, along with David Hollister, Ray Tadgerson, and David Closs, wrote the book detailing how Lansing, Michigan was able to save its auto plant from closing. Show More Summary
``Insofar as Ross and Navarro have a point [on trade unfairness], it's that the United States suffers because, under WTO rules, it isn't allowed to waive its corporate income tax rate on exports... [But] Trump wants to slash the U.S. rate so low anyway that none of this would really matter. It wouldn't actually be a trade issue.''
Fewer than 100 of these rare tortoises remain after a year of rampant poaching for the illegal pet trade -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
For about 10 minutes, after Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton exchanged initial pleasantries, the two candidates let their contempt boil over. A heated exchange between the two over trade and economic policies veered into chaos, as Trump talked over Clinton. Show More Summary
Trump attacked Clinton over trade and her emails. Clinton portrayed Trump as unqualified and lacking facts. https://t.co/1TCQXYsD8e pic.twitter.com/E9OHCFz9Vu — NYT Politics (@nytpolitics) September 27, 2016 Clinton did not "portray" Trump that way. Show More Summary
The Obama administration should embrace the opportunity afforded by hosting the U.S.-Sub-Saharan Africa Trade and Economic Cooperation Forum to help build mutually beneficial trade with Africa while also supporting development of more inclusive societies and economies that do not privilege the few. Show More Summary
Over the summer, the National Association of Realtors went on the hunt for a "tech-savvy" manager of MLS to work more closely with the nation's 700 or so multiple listing services. The 1.2 million-member trade group has now found that manager...
THE NEW NORMAL ANEMIA: WTO cuts 2016 world trade growth forecast to 1.7 percent, cites wake-up call. The World Trade Organization cut its forecast for global trade growth this year by more than a third on Tuesday, reflecting a slowdown in China and falling levels of imports into the United States. The new figure of […]
U.S. stocks are rising in Tuesday morning trading as technology and consumer companies move higher. Energy companies are falling as the price of oil returns some of Monday's gains. Bond prices continue to rise and yields continue to slip. The Dow Jones industrial average was up 72 points, or 0.4%,...
WTO cuts trade forecast by a third; labor regulators vow to investigate Wells Fargo; and Disney may want to buy Twitter. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
Over the past several years, whenever we have looked at the IMF's global growth forecasts, the only chart we said is worth keeping an eye on, is that of global trade, because while GDP can be massaged, retroactively revised, and "double-seasonally...Show More Summary