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Understanding NBA Trades and How Players are Moved.

In the world of American pro sports, trading is a transaction by a sports league that involves exchanging draft picks or player contracts between different sports clubs. Cash considerations are also part of this trade and may be presented,...Show More Summary

The White Sox are in no rush to trade Jose Quintana

Friday’s Say Hey, Baseball includes White Sox trade discussions, Jake Arrieta’s spring training dinger, and always knowing the odds. Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. There are all kinds of stories, rumors, game coverage, and Vines of dudes getting hit in the beans every day. Show More Summary

When Britain turned inward

With Brexit looming, and protectionist pressures mounting elsewhere in the developed world, the question of whether trade policy matters is taking on more significance. This column looks at the extent to which trade policy was responsible for the shift towards intra-imperial trade in the interwar period. Show More Summary

ISO: Info on Bunz? See The Doc For Free

Tonight's world premiere of ISO: Tall Cans, Tokens, and Compassion may have a (donated) red carpet, but admission will be free. The Bunz Trading Zone and its legion of Toronto devotees is the subject of ISO: Tall Cans, Tokens, and Compassion,...Show More Summary

Lumentum: Jefferies Ups 3-D Sensing View; Oclaro ‘Not For Sale’

One of the major trade shows of the fiber optic world is taking place this week in the Los Angeles Convention Center, the The Optical Networking and Communication Conference & Exhibition, or simply “OFC,” as it’s known, and several Wall...Show More Summary

Tech Today: Goldman Likes FireEye, Intel Ups Dividend, Apple’s Higher Prices

Here are some things going on today in your world of tech: Shares of Intel (INTC) are up 20 cents, or 0.6%, at $35.57, in pre-market trading after the company this morning said it raised its annual dividend by 5%, to $1.09 per share. Intel...Show More Summary

‘Protectionist policies may increase country’s trade deficit’

Berlin - Protectionist trade policies may increase, rather than reduce, a country’s trade deficit, the European Central Bank (ECB) said in a study on Wednesday, just days after finance chiefs of the world’s top 20 economies dropped their pledge for open trade. Show More Summary

Did An Artist Opportunity High Atop The World Trade Center Turn Into Artist Exploitation?

“To do a project on the 69th floor of the World Trade Center has been beneficial to a lot of us. You’ve gotta be pretty dumb not to think the floor’s not going to get rented out eventually, and that whoever probably took it wasn’t going to want the artwork. Of course they’re going to want the […]

Rolex unveiled a new watch that's shinier than anything we've seen from the brand before

It's the story of Rolex and the technicolor dream watch. The Swiss watchmaker has unveiled a brand-new addition to its Yacht-Master watch collection at this year's Baselworld, the biggest annual watch trade show in the world. What makes...Show More Summary

Ciena, Infinera, Lumentum: William Blair Offers Tidbits from OFC Conference

One of the major trade shows of the fiber optic world is taking place this week in the Los Angeles Convention Center, the The Optical Networking and Communication Conference & Exhibition, or simply “OFC,” as it’s known, and several Wall...Show More Summary

Trade fallout from Brazil's meat scandal: what we know

Brazil sells more than $10 billion of chicken and beef a year but a scandal over rotten produce and faked inspections has prompted import bans, threatening the world's biggest meat producer. Here's what we know so far about the fallout from the scandal which police revealed on March 17. Show More Summary

China Seeks Control in Global Commodity Trade

Iron ore is one of, if not the, most used elements in the modern world. Iron is the most important part of the steelmaking process and about 98% of the world’s iron ore is used to make steel. It has a combination of strength and durability most metals cannot compare to. Show More Summary

Price Taker Versus Price Maker: The Perils Of Iron Ore Production

Iron ore is the second most traded commodity in the world after crude oil. However, despite an extensive seaborne iron ore trade totaling around 1.5 billion metric tons annually, it is dominated by a small number of large mining companies.

South Korea complains to WTO over China

Seoul - South Korea has complained to he World Trade Organization about Chinese retaliation against South Korean companies over the deployment of a US anti-missile defence system in the South, the trade minister said on Monday. South...Show More Summary

Donald Trump, trade and the new world order

TWO months into the Trump administration and we have had more sound and fury than concrete proposals about its economic agenda. The most alarming sign so far is that America forced the G20 to drop a pledge about resisting “all forms of protectionism” from a joint statement but this may be purely symbolic.

JEFTA: The Latest Massive 'Trade' Deal You've Never Heard Of, Negotiated Behind Closed Doors, With Zero Public Scrutiny

2 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

As Techdirt has reported, the election of Donald Trump has turned the world of US trade deals upside-down. The US officially pulled out of TPP, although some still hope it might come back in some form. TAFTA/TTIP seems to be on ice,Show More Summary

The US head at one of the top trading firms in the world explains what's going on in the stock market

The US stock market is barely moving. The S&P 500 closed up, or within 1% of its opening price, for more than 10o days in a row. Just about every measure of volatility is at a multi-year low. In other words, it's all quiet. That hasShow More Summary

Daniel Pinchbeck, How Soon is Now, Heavy-Handed Climate Apocalypse Stuff |343|

Daniel Pinchbeck, was a pioneer in exploring consciousness, but now he’s sure the world will end if we don’t trade carbon credits. photo by: Climate change collage Welcome to Skeptiko, where we explore controversial science and spirituality, with leading researchers, thinkers and their critics. Show More Summary

The US head at one of the top trading firms in the world says he's cracked a Wall Street riddle

How do you do more with less? It's a question just about every business head on Wall Street has had to ask themselves over the last five years. A tough trading environment for fixed income, currencies and commodities, coupled with increased...Show More Summary

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