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The price of Scotch, French wine, cheese and other European exports is about to go up in the U.S. after the Trump administration announced new tariffs on billions of dollars of EU products starting Oct. 18.
To much of the outside world, Germany seems so wedded to its balanced budget policy that it won’t deploy fiscal stimulus until it’s too late.
Manufacturing sentiment throughout Asia remained mostly bleak in September amid trade tensions and waning global demand.
Purchasing manager indexes for South Korea, Japan, and Indonesia were still in contraction territory, with South Korea’s
China’s manufacturing sector improved in September on an uptick in new orders and infrastructure spending, but with the data showing factories still contracting and other indicators pointing to economic weakness, it’s not unalloyed good news for p...
The Bank of England may have to cut interest rates even if the U.K. avoids a no-deal Brexit, according to policy maker Michael Saunders.
Jimmy Lyons ought to be sleeping soundly. Business is good at the port in Mobile, which he oversees as chief executive officer of the Alabama State Port Authority. European aviation giant