Trade War

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Trade war outcome? China records first current account deficit of $28.3 bn in 17 years in first half of 2018
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Trade war outcome? China records first current account deficit of $28.3 bn in 17 years in first half of 2018

Analysts forecast a narrowing surplus or more frequent current account deficits against the backdrop of trade tensions between China and the US.

Rupee plunges 27 paise, hits 1-week low of 68.70 against US dollar amid global trade war concerns
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Rupee plunges 27 paise, hits 1-week low of 68.70 against US dollar amid global trade war concerns

The rupee had strengthened 24 paise against the US dollar in the last two trading sessions.

US grew at brisk 4.1 percent last quarter; Donald Trump claims America is 'economic envy of the entire world'
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US grew at brisk 4.1 percent last quarter; Donald Trump claims America is 'economic envy of the entire world'

The U.S. economy accelerated last quarter at an annual rate of 4.1 percent, the government estimated Friday, as consumers spent tax-cut money, businesses stepped up investment and exporters rushed to ship their goods ahead of retaliatory tariffs.

Bond investors shun India, cite lack of reassurance from RBI amid hawkish US Fed and higher oil prices
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Bond investors shun India, cite lack of reassurance from RBI amid hawkish US Fed and higher oil prices

India has seen the largest bond outflows in Asia this year, and investors say the RBI’s laconic communication has added uncertainty in an already challenging environment

BRICS Summit 2018: Xi Jinping warns Donald Trump against slapping tariffs on China, says there will be no winner in global trade war
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BRICS Summit 2018: Xi Jinping warns Donald Trump against slapping tariffs on China, says there will be no winner in global trade war

Chinese president Xi Jinping, in the 2018 BRICS Summit said that "no winner" would emerge in the global trade war. He warned Donald Trump against the imposition of tariffs on Chinese goods

Gold prices dip but fails to stoke demand as buyers await bigger fall ahead of festival season
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Gold prices dip but fails to stoke demand as buyers await bigger fall ahead of festival season

In the Indian market, gold futures were trading at around 29,800 rupees per 10 grams on Friday, having fallen to the lowest since 19 January, at 29,638 rupees, earlier this week.

Rupee hits all-time low of 69.13 per dollar: As external shocks loom large, here's how RBI can save the free-falling unit
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Rupee hits all-time low of 69.13 per dollar: As external shocks loom large, here's how RBI can save the free-falling unit

With interest rates rising in the USA and the rupee becoming volatile, a vicious circle has emerged where higher outflows of FPI weakens the rupee

European Union, Japan sign massive free trade deal in to eliminate nearly all tariffs; say 'clear message' against protectionism
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European Union, Japan sign massive free trade deal in to eliminate nearly all tariffs; say 'clear message' against protectionism

Agreed last December, the deal is "the biggest ever negotiated by the European Union," according to Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas, and will create a free trade zone covering nearly a third of the world's GDP.

China confident of hitting 2018 growth target of around 6.5 percent despite economic slowdown, trade risks
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China confident of hitting 2018 growth target of around 6.5 percent despite economic slowdown, trade risks

China’s economy has already felt the pinch from a multi-year crackdown on riskier lending that has driven up corporate borrowing costs

European Union, Japan to sign massive trade deal even as United States continues to put up barriers
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European Union, Japan to sign massive trade deal even as United States continues to put up barriers

The European Union's top officials arrive in Japan on Tuesday to sign the single market's biggest trade deal ever and present a united front as Washington upends the international trade order

India keen to join Russia in WTO case against US on steel, aluminium duties
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India keen to join Russia in WTO case against US on steel, aluminium duties

India's exports of steel and aluminium products to America stood at about $1.5 billion every year

Foreign portfolio investors' selling spree continues; withdraw Rs 1,200 crore from debt markets in July so far
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Foreign portfolio investors' selling spree continues; withdraw Rs 1,200 crore from debt markets in July so far

The latest sell-off comes after foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) withdrew an amount close to Rs 50,000 crore from the debt markets in last five months

EU urges United States, China and Russia to avoid trade 'conflict and chaos'; says duty is to improve trade order, not destroy it
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EU urges United States, China and Russia to avoid trade 'conflict and chaos'; says duty is to improve trade order, not destroy it

The EU — the world's biggest single market with 28 countries and 500 million people — is trying to buttress alliances in the face of the protectionism unleashed by US president Donald Trump's "America First" administration

US-China trade war: Beijing opens to Indian pharma companies as it looks for new commercial partners
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US-China trade war: Beijing opens to Indian pharma companies as it looks for new commercial partners

Swift regulatory approvals in China would allow Indian companies to boost revenue at a time when pricing scrutiny and regulatory troubles have hurt US sales

US imposes tariff on Chinese goods worth $34 bn: Trade war with China will hurt American farmers, lawmakers tell Donald Trump
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US imposes tariff on Chinese goods worth $34 bn: Trade war with China will hurt American farmers, lawmakers tell Donald Trump

American lawmakers say that trade war between US and China will affect farmers adversely and ask Trump administration to protect agriculture

US-China trade war: How Beijing could hurt Washington once it runs out of American goods to penalise
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US-China trade war: How Beijing could hurt Washington once it runs out of American goods to penalise

China's heavily regulated economy gives authorities an arsenal of tools to disrupt US companies by withholding licenses or launching tax, or other investigations

G20 nations impose 39 new trade-restrictive measures in seven months: WTO report
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G20 nations impose 39 new trade-restrictive measures in seven months: WTO report

G20 members including India and the US have applied as many as 39 new trade-restrictive measures such as higher duties and taxes as also stricter customs procedures during seven months to mid-May, a WTO report has said

US-China trade war to weaken investment, slow down global economy, say experts
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US-China trade war to weaken investment, slow down global economy, say experts

Beijing imposed retaliatory tariff on US goods shortly after the Trump administration levied 25 percent tariffs on Chinese imports.The global economy stands to get hurt as a result

Donald Trump imposes additional tariff on Chinese imports worth $34 billion in 'largest trade war in economic history'
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Donald Trump imposes additional tariff on Chinese imports worth $34 billion in 'largest trade war in economic history'

Friday's tariffs could just be the opening skirmishes in the trade war, as US president Donald Trump has vowed to hit as much as $450 billion in Chinese goods, the vast majority of imports.

Retaliatory measures to counter US tariffs on Chinese goods already in place, says Beijing, warns of 'global market turmoil'
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Retaliatory measures to counter US tariffs on Chinese goods already in place, says Beijing, warns of 'global market turmoil'

The tariffs could mark the opening skirmishes of an escalating tit-for-tat trade war as Trump has vowed to impose duties on as much as $450 billion in Chinese goods