Saturday, October 19, 2019

America Business

Trump considers delisting Chinese companies from the US markets

US President Donald Trump is considering delisting of Chinese companies on US stock exchanges, a source familiar with the matter said Friday, in what could become a dramatic escalation of trade tensions between the two countries. The move will be...

Trump: America does not need Middle East crude oil, but shipments continue

President Donald Trump has confirmed that the United States has become a major crude oil producer no longer needs oil from the Middle East amid a wave of tweets on Monday morning about the weekend attacks on two oil...

Trump: China wants to negotiate trade war

US President Donald Trump said Monday that China contacted US trade officials overnight to express its willingness to return to the negotiating table, welcoming the news which he described as a very positive development for the world. Speaking on the...

White House reaffirms its commitment to reform WTO

The White House on Saturday reaffirmed the United States' commitment to "reforms" in the World Trade Organization (WTO) to ensure the organization's functioning as agreed by its members, noting that US President Donald Trump will work side by side...

Trump: US economy is still growing and away from any recession

US President Donald Trump said US economy is still growing and far from any recession, adding that his administration is considering the possibility of tax cuts. "We're looking at different tax cuts, I'm looking at it all the time", one...

Amazon intends to launch program to donate its unsold products

Global online retailer Amazon has announced its intention to launch a new program to donate its unsold and stored products. Depending on the information available the program FBA Donations The new company will enable its partners in the United States...

US manufacturing sector fell 0.4 percent in July

US manufacturing sector output fell 0.4 percent in July, ending two consecutive months of growth. The Federal Reserve said on Thursday that factory output shrank 0.4 percent last month, beating expectations of analysts polled by Reuters who had forecast a...

US stocks recorded biggest daily fall on sluggish global economy

US stocks has seeing massive sales following fears of a recession that has gripped the market after the US Treasury bond yields fluctuated temporarily, for the first time in 12 years. The top three US indices closed about three percent...

Boeing conducts 500 test flights of 737 Max after updating its program

Boeing, the US aircraft giant, has conducted 500 test flights on its suspended 737 Max aircraft after upgrading its program. Sky News said on Tuesday that the company would restore confidence to its suspended aircraft since March, when Boeing plans...

Beware: Writing false reviews online may put you in jail

Online evaluations are a blessing and a curse. A single assessment can boost business and improve morale. false reviews can be harmful and unfair to customers. Because many reviews are anonymous, the web is full of a mix of...

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Does Turkey get what Erdogan wants?

Turkey had long vainly campaigned for the establishment of a "security zone" along its border with Syria. The agreement...

Scientists propose a new type of battery operated by artificial crystals

Scientists of the University of St. Petersburg, together with their foreign colleagues, have proposed a new type of battery operated by artificial crystals, an...

Olaf Schulz: Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency should be banned

German Finance Minister Olaf Schulz on Friday renewed his criticism of Facebook's plans to launch its cryptocurrencies, Libra, and said a new world currency...

The British royal couple brought back memories of Princess Diana in Pakistan

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton spoke with CNN in Lahore, Pakistan on Thursday, where the royal couple were visiting a village SOS for...

Johnson: We have a great new deal that puts us in control

Boris Johnson said on twitter: "We have a great new deal that puts us in control, now Parliament should finish Brexit on Saturday, so...