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China, US agree on plan to remove tariffs imposed on two-way goods in stages amid year-long trade war
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China, US agree on plan to remove tariffs imposed on two-way goods in stages amid year-long trade war

China and the United States have agreed a plan to remove tariffs imposed on two-way goods in stages, the commerce ministry said Thursday, as negotiators try to hammer out a trade deal.

Hong Kong protests: Pro-Beijing lawmaker Junius Ho stabbed while campaigning, assailant arrested
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Hong Kong protests: Pro-Beijing lawmaker Junius Ho stabbed while campaigning, assailant arrested

An anti-government assailant stabbed and wounded a pro-Beijing Hong Kong lawmaker who was election campaigning on Wednesday, police said.

Donald Trump invites Xi Jinping to US to sign phase one of trade agreement, says top White House official
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Donald Trump invites Xi Jinping to US to sign phase one of trade agreement, says top White House official

Trade talks between the world's two largest economies began last November but have not yielded desired results even after more than a dozen rounds of negotiations in both Beijing and Washington.

Chinese State-run media call for 'tougher line' on Hong Kong protests after Beijing announces plans to tighten control over semi-autonomous city
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Chinese State-run media call for 'tougher line' on Hong Kong protests after Beijing announces plans to tighten control over semi-autonomous city

Chinese state-run media on Monday called for a 'tougher line' on democracy protesters in Hong Kong, after a weekend of violence following Beijing's plans to tighten control over the semi-autonomous city

Oil falls on caution ahead of European, US economic data despite hopes for resolution to US-China trade disputes
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Oil falls on caution ahead of European, US economic data despite hopes for resolution to US-China trade disputes

Production cuts by the OPEC, Russia and other producers since January to reduce oil output by 1.2 million barrels per day are also propping up prices.

Hong Kong protests: Agitators attack Chinese news agency Xinhua's office; police fire tear gas to deter people from hurling gasoline bombs
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Hong Kong protests: Agitators attack Chinese news agency Xinhua's office; police fire tear gas to deter people from hurling gasoline bombs

The chaos in Hong Kong underlined the depth of anger in protests that began in early June over a now-shelved plan to allow extraditions to mainland China.

US-China trade deal talks progress after almost 16-months-long standoff; officials claim agreement could be signed this month
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US-China trade deal talks progress after almost 16-months-long standoff; officials claim agreement could be signed this month

The United States and China on Friday said they made progress in talks aimed at defusing a nearly 16-month-long trade war that has harmed the global economy, and US officials said a deal could be signed this month

Fed cuts interest rates for third time this year to help sustain growth, signals further reductions on hold
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Fed cuts interest rates for third time this year to help sustain growth, signals further reductions on hold

The Fed’s new stance also vouched for both the seeming durability of a US economic expansion that is now the longest on record.

Apple aims at $85.5 billion sales in holiday quarter, bets on Watch, AirPods, streaming
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Apple aims at $85.5 billion sales in holiday quarter, bets on Watch, AirPods, streaming

Apple CEO also said the company saw double-digit services revenue growth in China.

Oil prices edge lower ahead of US stockpile data; weaker economic growth offsets hopes of rise in crude demand
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Oil prices edge lower ahead of US stockpile data; weaker economic growth offsets hopes of rise in crude demand

US crude oil stockpiles at Cushing, Oklahoma, the delivery point for WTI, have risen by about 1.5 million barrels in the week through 25 October, traders said earlier.

Equity, forex, derivatives markets to remain shut on account of Maharashtra Assembly elections
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Equity, forex, derivatives markets to remain shut on account of Maharashtra Assembly elections

On Friday, the BSE benchmark Sensex closed 246.32 points or 0.63 percent higher at 39,298.38 while the NSE gauge Nifty too rose 75.50 points or 0.65 percent to settle at 11,661.85.

Tata will not sell JLR, global steel demand is a two-speed highway; all this and more on Moneycontrol Pro
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Tata will not sell JLR, global steel demand is a two-speed highway; all this and more on Moneycontrol Pro

Global steel prices are down which was attributed to the global slowdown and the us-china trade war.

Gems, jewellery exports may decline 5-10% this year; US-China trade war, protests in Hong Kong to impact sales: GJEPC
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Gems, jewellery exports may decline 5-10% this year; US-China trade war, protests in Hong Kong to impact sales: GJEPC

In September, the overall gems and jewellery exports dipped by 7.43% to Rs 23,788.01 crore during September 2019

India cannot sacrifice economic strength to comply with US sanctions, says Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman
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India cannot sacrifice economic strength to comply with US sanctions, says Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman

India wants to comply with global sanctions, including US sanctions on Venezuela and Russia, but also needs to maintain its own economic strength and strategic interests, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said

Donald Trump outlines first phase of deal to end trade war with China, suspends October tariff hike
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Donald Trump outlines first phase of deal to end trade war with China, suspends October tariff hike

Donald Trump on Friday outlined the first phase of a deal to end a trade war with China and suspended a threatened tariff hike, but officials on both sides said much more work needed to be done.

BSE, NSE, commodity markets, forex closed today for Dussehra; China joins Asian shares in cautious advance ahead of trade talks
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BSE, NSE, commodity markets, forex closed today for Dussehra; China joins Asian shares in cautious advance ahead of trade talks

On Monday (7 October), the stock market benchmark Sensex on the BSE declined by 141 points after a volatile session

Ahead of 10 October trade negotiations, US blacklists 28 Chinese companies over allegations of human rights abuses in Xinjiang
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Ahead of 10 October trade negotiations, US blacklists 28 Chinese companies over allegations of human rights abuses in Xinjiang

The US has blacklisted 28 Chinese companies from purchasing any American products for being implicated in human rights violations and other abuses in China's Xinjiang region.

Singapore Deputy PM warns of greater economic uncertainty due to US-China trade war
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Singapore Deputy PM warns of greater economic uncertainty due to US-China trade war

Singapore Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat on Thursday warned of greater economic uncertainty due to the ongoing US-China trade war, and said the conflict will significantly disrupt the global supply chain if it continues further