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France's Total Has Officially Left Iran, Oil Minister Says

France's Total Has Officially Left Iran, Oil Minister Says The JCPOA restricts Iran's nuclear activities in exchange for the easing of sanctions on the Islamic republic. Trump has called on OPEC to pump more oil to bring down prices. In early August, US President Donald Trump signed an executive order which made the sanctions against Iran effective. Iran's currency has been in steady decline since the start of the year as the country anxiously awa... [Full Article...]

Russian Federation vows response to latest USA sanctions

Russian Federation vows response to latest USA sanctions Hunt was due to say, referring to the southern English city of Salisbury, where a nerve-agent attack targeted a former Russian spy and his daughter. Hunt is right on Russian Federation. "Only by working together can like-minded, free, democratic states like the United Kingdom and the USA maintain our collective economic and diplomatic strength, fundamental to ensuring that our values and freed... [Full Article...]

Trump (Again) Expresses His Displeasure with Federal Reserve Raising Interest Rates

Asked on Monday if he believed in the Fed's independence, Trump said: "I believe in the Fed doing what's good for the country". The dollar is falling against the pound and euro on Tuesday morning after US President Donald Trump publicly criticised the Federal Reserve for raising interest rates. [Full Article...]

Plane With 2 Blown Tires Attempting To Make Emergency Landing

Plane With 2 Blown Tires Attempting To Make Emergency Landing The London-bound flight carrying approximately 16 people left Teterboro Airport at about 10:50 a.m. when two tires on the small Gulfstream IV blew off after takeoff, a source told the Daily News . Post Malone is reportedly aboard a jet having landing gear trouble. Before the diversion, the pilot was trying to burn off fuel by circling above the New Jersey airport. [Full Article...]

Trump Directs SEC to Study Six-Month Reporting for Public Companies

Trump Directs SEC to Study Six-Month Reporting for Public Companies Trump said in a Twitter post Friday. Still, Van Sinderen cautions, six months can be a long time for smaller companies - particularly those shouldering hard challenges - and can lead to other issues should those two reports differ drastically. [Full Article...]

No, Netflix Isn't Introducing Unskippable Ads During Shows

No, Netflix Isn't Introducing Unskippable Ads During Shows I can see why that would be incredibly annoying for these unfortunate users Netflix is now using as test subjects: they're paying for an ad-free service. The user has the opportunity to skip this trailer, which auto-plays after a certain period of time, but otherwise the service is free of extraneous promotional content. [Full Article...]

Trump suggests Canada has been sidelined from latest NAFTA negotiations

Trump suggests Canada has been sidelined from latest NAFTA negotiations Trump has driven the US negotiating process, threatening to dump NAFTA if it is not renegotiated in favor of the United States. The Mexican negotiating team had considered the original US proposal to be unacceptable and a violation of World Trade Organization rules. [Full Article...]

House of Fraser takes its website offline

House of Fraser takes its website offline Despite this, the website has now gone down, leaving customers wondering if they can still spend any gift cards they've got. Sports Direct paid £90mln in cash to acquire "all of the United Kingdom stores of House of Fraser , the House of Fraser brand and all of the stock in the business" from accountancy firm E&Y acting as administrators. [Full Article...]

Google employees push back on censored China search engine

Google employees push back on censored China search engine They urged their company to be more transparent about its work . And earlier Thursday, a letter began circulating among staff members that called on the company's leaders to create an "ethics review structure" to ensure transparency on issues involving ethics. [Full Article...]

Death toll in Italy bridge collapse rises to 42

Death toll in Italy bridge collapse rises to 42 At least 38 people died when the bridge crumbled on Tuesday and five are seriously injured in hospital. A state of emergency has since been declared, as rescuers continue to look for survivors, while Saturday has been declared a national day of mourning, on which funerals of numerous victims are set to be held. [Full Article...]

Turkish president blasts ‘economic coup’ amid heightened tensions with US

Turkish president blasts ‘economic coup’ amid heightened tensions with US The Turkish lira has been in a steady slide and reached an all-time low earlier this week. Investors, already anxious about Turkey's economy, were irked by a diplomatic and trade dispute with the United States over the continued detention of an American pastor Andrew Brunson on espionage and terror-related charges. [Full Article...]

USA threatens more sanctions in Turkey crisis World News

USA threatens more sanctions in Turkey crisis World News In a statement, the ministry also said it would provide flexibility on maturities and pricing to endure cash flow for companies, while taking additional measures to avoid obstacles against borrowing for companies. He called Mr Brunson "a great patriot hostage". "There has been no sign that the central bank will be allowed to raise interest rates significantly and return rates to positive terri... [Full Article...]

Turkish high court rejects appeal for United States pastor Brunson's release

Turkish high court rejects appeal for United States pastor Brunson's release Pastor Andrew Brunson , who has lived in Turkey for more than two decades, was detained in 2016 after a government crackdown following a failed coup attempt. A Trump tweet on Friday announcing a doubling of aluminum and steel tariffs for Turkey triggered the rout in the currency markets. "Our relations with Turkey are not good at this time!" The flailing Turkish lira rebounded slightly on T... [Full Article...]

China’s Vice Commerce Minister to visit U.S. for trade talks

China’s Vice Commerce Minister to visit U.S. for trade talks A Chinese delegation led by Vice Minister of Commerce Wang Shouwen will meet USA representatives led by Under Secretary of Treasury for International Affairs David Malpass, the Ministry of Commerce said in a statement on its website. "The Chinese side reiterates that it opposes unilateralism and trade protectionism practices and does not accept any unilateral trade restriction measures", the min... [Full Article...]

Steel tariffs to rescue United States steel industry

Steel tariffs to rescue United States steel industry U.S. President Donald Trump speaks about trade at the Granite City Works steel coil warehouse in Granite City, Illinois, U.S., July 26, 2018. According to Trump, some people may complain that in the short term steel prices may be "a little more expensive", but that they ultimately will drop and his moves will have preserved an industry important to national security. [Full Article...]

Risk of no-deal Brexit rising, ‘everyone needs to prepare’: UK FM

Risk of no-deal Brexit rising, ‘everyone needs to prepare’: UK FM The Reserve Bank of Australia's (RBA) latest economic forecasts concerned investors too. While Pound performance has improved since last week , the British currency isn't exactly strong either and its recovery has been highly limited due to considerable uncertainties and concerns regarding Britain's economic outlook. [Full Article...]

Erdogan says Turkey will boycott USA electronic goods

Erdogan says Turkey will boycott USA electronic goods Investors are anxious not only about Turkey's souring relations with the us , a longtime North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally, but also Erdogan's economic policies and the country's high debt accumulated in foreign currencies . "I'm quite surprised because I took a lot of cash from the bank in lira and when I woke up in the morning I found out that I nearly lost [the equivalent of] one hund... [Full Article...]

Retail inflation slows to 9-month low at 4.17%

Retail inflation slows to 9-month low at 4.17% Determined by Consumer Price Index (CPI), consumer or retail inflation in June was revised to 4.92 per cent, from a provisional 5 per cent previously. "This is likely to weigh down consumer spending, posing fresh problems for embattled high street businesses", Parikh said. "Decline in retail inflation in July 2018 was on expected lines", Devendra Pant, chief economist and senior director (... [Full Article...]

Qatar gives Erdogan a $15bn boost amid U.S. row

Qatar gives Erdogan a $15bn boost amid U.S. row The announcement came after Qatar's emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani held lunchtime talks with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan . Turkey doubled tariffs on some US imports including cars, alcohol and tobacco on Wednesday in retaliation for USA moves, but the lira rallied a further six per cent after a fresh move by banking authorities to underpin the currency. [Full Article...]

Qatar pledges to invest $15 billion into Turkey

Qatar pledges to invest $15 billion into Turkey A treasury desk trader at one bank said this "development showed relations with the European Union could recover while tense relations continue with the USA". The U.S. was the fourth largest source of imports to Turkey past year, accounting for $12 billion of imports, according to International Monetary Fund statistics. [Full Article...]


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