The Trump administration hasn’t put a process in place for companies to get exemptions from the 10% tariffs it will impose.
Managing neonatal deaths remains a challenge in India, shows a recent report.
Filings for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell for a third straight week to a new 48-year low.
Deutsche Bank says Fed ‘has a reasonable shot’ at soft landing.
Talks may continue, but Trump has threatened to exclude Canada.
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Agencies relaxing mandates to plug methane leaks at oil wells
The government wants to attract foreign investors, but there are some familiar risks.
Jobless claims decreased by 3k to 201k (est. 210k), lowest since Nov. 1969, from unrevised 204k.
India’s position has generally been that it will only enforce sanctions authorised by UN Security Council resolutions.
U.S. President resumes his criticism of the cartel on Twitter.
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Norges Bank increased its benchmark rate by a quarter point to 0.75 percent.
BOJ maintained its 10-year bond yield target, asset purchases and guidance on interest rates.
China’s holdings of U.S. Treasuries fell to a six-month low in July.
Li’s comments come as trade tensions with the U.S. escalate
Futures in London were little changed near $79 a barrel after a 1.3 percent gain Tuesday.
Traders ramped up bets on 2019 Fed hikes after latest labor-market data wages jumped by the most since the end of the recession.
RBI follows government’s announcements made last week for curbing rupee fall.
Indonesia’s government wants to boost coal export to rein in trade deficit.
While the government spars with the European Union, the U.K.—as an administrative entity—has virtually stopped working.
Chinese art and antiquities have been spared from President Donald Trump’s tariffs. At least so far.
The tariff plan has been deferred to Nov. 2, according to a notification from the finance ministry.
The job market looks hot, but the participation rate is confusing.
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