Kudlow: "China is in trouble right now, their economy is lousy, investors are walking out the currency is falling.. Foreign investors don't want to be in China."

Map. History of Trade Wars conflict

20 August 2018
@USTradeRep announced today that it is reviewing the eligibility of Turkey to participate in the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) program based on concerns related to its compliance with the GSP market access criterion.
Kudlow: "China is in trouble right now, their economy is lousy, investors are walking out the currency is falling.. Foreign investors don't want to be in China."
US slaps sanctions on Russian bank over North Korea dealings
White House adviser warns China 'better not underestimate' Trump on trade
China should not underestimate @POTUS, says @larry_kudlow on @FoxBusiness.
2 week ago
President Erdogan: "We are facing an economic war, do not worry, we will win this war."
The Baltic sea surface temperatures reached 23-26 °C2 week ago
The Baltic sea surface temperatures reached 23-26 °C
US trade deficit grew to $46.3 billion in June, first increase in four months.
AFP reports, citing Commerce Department: US trade deficit hits 19-month high in June
China to slap import tax on about $60 billion of U.S imports, tax rates range from 5 to 25 percent
2 week ago
Security chief Nikolai Patrushev says Russia's energy sector has problems due to lack of access to foreign technology.
Japan's negotiating skills to be put to test as Tokyo tries to fend off U.S. demands for bilateral free trade agreement and counter the threat of tariffs on cars and auto parts
Pound falls below $1.30 after Mark Carney says the chance of a no-deal Brexit is uncomfortably high2 week ago
Pound falls below $1.30 after Mark Carney says the chance of a no-deal Brexit is "uncomfortably high"
2 week ago
Turkey's annual inflation rate sharply rises to 15.85 in July, monthly inflation at 0.55 percent
2 week ago
Turkish FM after meeting US @SecPompeo: US threats and sanctions won't work
2 week ago
[email protected]: "We had regulations that made it impossible to do business in this country. Highways would take 21 years to get approved. We have it down to two years and it's going to be down to one year very shortly."
Tariffs hike meant to hold China's "feet to the fire," adds @PressSec.
2 week ago
Norwegian authorities urge motorists to out for reindeer that are seeking refuge in tunnels to cool themselves amid extreme heat
31 wildfires rages the Yakutia republic, Russian Far East, Russian EMERCOM is not going to extinguish 29 of them cause no technical possibility
US Senate releases new Russia sanctions bill: "new sanctions on political figures, oligarchs" - "investment in energy projects supported by Russia state" - "A prohibition on and sanctions with respect to transactions relating to new sovereign debt"
US government proposes to significantly weaken regulations on vehicle tailpipe emissions
Trump admin. moving to roll back tough fuel economy mandate set by the Obama admin.
Possible new U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods not 'cataclysmic': Commerce Secretary
Beijing responds on US action against China: "We urge the United States to correct its attitude and not to try to blackmail China because it will never work."
2 week ago
Poroshenko signed a law on the launch of an anti-corruption court
2 week ago
Bank of England raises interest rates to 0.75% from 0.5%.
China urges U.S. to return to rationality on trade
US Senate suspends the delivery of F-35 aircraft to Turkey until Pentagon’s report on bilateral military ties
In statement, @USTradeRep says higher US tariff rate on Chinese goods intended to provide the Administration with addtl options to get China to change its "harmful policies and behavior" and establish "fairer markets and prosperity for all of our citizens."
Iraq's July oil exports hit a 10-month high of 3.87 million bpd (federal + KRG). Federal oil revenues hit a four-year high.
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