China imposes sanctions on Mike Pompeo, other Trump administration officials for violating 'sovereignty'
Pompeo and the others had 'planned, promoted and executed a series of crazy moves and seriously disrupted China-US relations,' said the Chinese foreign ministry
Oil hits three-month highs as strong US consumer spending underpins growth hopes; Brent price jumps more than a quarter in 2019
US consumers are “showing few signs of tightening their purse strings, which is positive for oil also,” said Stephen Innes chief Asia market strategist at AxiTrader.
After challenging year for aviation, improvement expected for 2020; global airline industry to produce net profit of $29.3 bn: IATA
The highlights of the expected 2020 performance of the world airline industry include the return on the invested capital forecast to be 6 percent as compared to 5.7% expected in 2019.
A few Huawei suppliers have started getting US approval to revive their sales with the blacklisted firm
The Trump administration put Huawei on a trade blacklist, citing national security concerns in May after trade talks broke down.
Apple CEO Tim Cook seeks relief for Apple from US tariffs on imports from China.
China September factory activity shrinks for fifth straight month; analysts expect growth could slow further this quarter
China's manufacturing sector has done poorly in recent months due to weak domestic demand and higher trade tariffs
Donald Trump says there may be a trade agreement with China before or after 2020 elections, claims pact will be 'greatest deal ever'
Donald Trump has said that there may be a trade deal with China either before the US elections or after the presidential polls, asserting that a deal struck after the polls would be the 'greatest' deal ever.
As per the sources, the Trump administration has not yet granted any licenses for sales to Huawei.
"If you cannot do the job, then make way for our tank to roll; And if you want to come on the battlefield, you can tie a rope around the 'tank' to pull it along" said Ren
A Group of Seven summit to be held this weekend in France will likely end without a joint communique due to gaps between member nations on trade, a Japanese government official with knowledge of the matter said on Tuesday.
The US is looking to inflict a 10% tariff on billions of dollars worth of goods imported from China.
The dollar index, which gauges the greenback's strength against a basket of six currencies, rose 0.07 percent to 98.21
According to Kuo, Apple’s production facilities outside China will meed demand for iPhones
Logistics major DHL Express warns poor infrastructure at Mumbai airport may risk $5 trillion economy target
DHL said there is only a single slot for all airfreight operators and there is no scope for expansion at the nation's second-largest airport
US reignites warmth with Pakistan leaving India sulking; New Delhi, Washington need meeting point to keep ties on even keel
While the Trump administration holds India responsible for denying it market access and making “free and fair trade” impossible, New Delhi accuses Washington of constricting its strategic and sovereign choices.
Rupee rises 17 paise to 68.86 versus dollar in early trade; reports about Trump-Jinping talks, CAD support domestic currency
The rupee opened on strong at 68.96, then gathered momentum and rose to a high of 68.86 against the US dollar
Sensex, Nifty turn cautious ahead of US Fed policy meet amid escalating global trade war woes; Yes Bank, Tata Steel among losers
Top losers in the Sensex pack in early trade included Yes Bank, Tata Steel, Asian Paints, HUL, SBI and RIL, shedding up to 1.55%.
Oil prices extend drops as trade wars fan fears of global economic slowdown; US firms hike crude production
Edward Moya, a senior market analyst at futures brokerage OANDA in New York, warned “oil remains vulnerable” because of a weakening demand outlook for crude.
Google, Microsoft, ARM, Intel, and Qualcomm have also cut ties with Huawei owing to the US ban.
A US department official said Huawei needs be eventually driven out of the country, if not immediately.