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World Trade Routes Won't be the Same with Expanded Panama Canal!

 On 26th June 2016, a landmark development for the shipping industry will occur with the opening of the new third set of locks at the Panama Canal. Clarksons Research takes a look.

Counter-Strike Player Sues Valve Over 'Illegal' Weapon Skin Gambling

In Counter-Strike, players can earn, trade, and sell cosmetic flourishes for their weapons. Over time, this has given rise to a thriving unofficial gambling scene. Players bet skins with real world value on CSGO eSports matches. For some, it’s a means of making an awful lot of money. It can also be awfully sketchy, which is why one man is suing Valve. Read more...

'No Future for TTIP': German Politician Slams Deal for 'Dividing' the World

The TTIP free trade agreement, in negotiations since 2013, involves the creation of a free trade zone between Europe and the United States. In an interview with Sputnik, German politician Alexander Gauland commented on the prospects of the implementation of the deal.

What Paved The Way For Modern Secularism? 16th-Century How-To Books

14 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“There was a good reason why technical manuals were so often titled ‘books of secrets’. Not only did they reveal closely guarded trade practices, they assumed a world in which there no longer are ‘secrets’ in the sense of mysterious hidden forces in nature.”

Shock Treatment: Brexit Stirs Fragmentation in Globalized World Economy

Brexit sent global markets and trade down dramatically, yet a slight rebound followed, with the lowest point of capital carnage not nearly as bad as predicted previously, which leaves chances for a soon rebound and rebalancing at a more solid footing of economies less exposed to any kind of international headwinds.

New Zealand: Maritime Trade is Key

Globally, shipping is on the rise – already 80-90 percent of the world’s trade is by ship; that is more than 12 billion metric tons of goods annually, shipped by 1.

3 World Trade Center reaches its full height

The World Trade Center's newest, $2.5 billion skyscraper reached its full 80 stories Thursday—one of three high-rises now up at the site, with one more to go. Almost 15 years after the twin... To view the full story, click the title link.

World Trade Center’s Liberty Park Is Coming Very Soon

Lower Manhattan is about to get a brand-new park, as the World Trade Center's Liberty Park is reportedly set to open next week. The Port Authority told DNAinfo one $50 million, one-acre elevated greenspace will go live next week after the first tree was planted just about a year ago. (Daily Intelligencer reached out ... More »

Across the World, a Black Friday

Brace yourself for an "ugly open," America, warns MarketWatch in dubbing today "the most volatile and frightening trading day" the world has experienced since China fears rocked markets last August. The Brexit shocker sent Dow Jones futures plunging as much as 700 points, though as of this writing futures were...

Markets Shocked by UK Decision to Leave EU

International markets have been shocked by the outcome of the United Kingdom’s referendum on EU membership, with stock exchanges around the world, the British currency and oil prices trading deep in the red zone.

$5.4-billion expansion of Panama Canal could reshape world trade routes

The colossal freighter, guided by a pair of tug boats that looked like gnats in comparison, eased toward the entrance of the Panama Canal, the storied passageway traversed more than a million times since its debut more than a century ago. This time, however, expectation hovered in the steamy air....

Britain votes to leave the European Union, surprising world markets

Global markets reacted negatively. Trading was briefly halted on the Nikkei when the market abruptly dropped 8.1 percent and futures markets were down across the board. Continue reading ? The post Britain votes to leave the European Union, surprising world markets appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

New milestone in rebuilding of NY's World Trade Center

yesterdayArts : Artdaily

The newest skyscraper in New York's World Trade Center complex was topped off with a final bucket of concrete Thursday as several hundred people looked on, at a ceremony highlighting the area's rebirth nearly 15 years after the 9/11 attacks. Show More Summary

Fights With China Loom If Hillary Clinton Elected President

China and the United States need each other as the world’s two superpowers. They trade, they invest in each other’s economies, they work together on global security matters. Then again they fight sometimes. If Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party’s likely nominee for U.S. president, wins the election in November, expectat [...]

3 World Trade Center tops out with 2-ton bucket of concrete

yesterdayNews : NY Daily News

The World Trade Center's newest $2.5 billion skyscraper topped out with a final massive bucket of concrete hoisted to the top.

Now you can book your next event at the new World Trade Center shopping hall

Westfield has started marketing the retail space at the $1.4 billion World Trade Center transit and shopping hall, known as the Oculus, for events. An email was sent Wednesday promoting the... To view the full story, click the title link.

Hedges Soar, Markets Snore As Traders Brace For Big Brexit Day

Some nostalgia... "some poeple are on the pitch, they think [Brexit]'s all over... it is now!!" Although we suspect, by this time tomorrow, the sounds from trading floors around the world may be more like this... Polls point to "Leave"...Show More Summary

Donald Trump Calls Hillary Clinton 'A World Class Liar' And Launches Anti-Hillary Website — Get The Deets!

As the days pass, the presidential election is only going to get more heated as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton start to attack each other and trade blows, and today was Trump's turn. Just yesterday, Hillary went after the former Celebrity Apprentice star's economic policies during a speech in which she said he was "bad for [...]

Shilton, Maradona trade barbs over ‘Hand of God’ World Cup goal

2 days agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

Buenos Aires (AFP) – Diego Maradona and former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton reignited on Wednesday their long-running feud, on the 30th anniversary of the Argentine’s infamous “Hand of God” World Cup goal. Maradona, one of the finest...Show More Summary

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