Trade war goes digital as India eyes tariffs on Internet economy
Since 1998, WTO has renewed a ban on import duties on so-called "electronic transmissions".
Wall Street Week Ahead: Tariff deadline keeps focus on trade as 2019 draws to close
Wall Street could see more volatility when the next tranc...
US-China trade pact 'still close': White House
"The deal is still close," National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow told CNBC. "It is p...
China to waive tariffs on some US soybeans, pork in goodwill gesture
China had imposed the levies in response to tariffs launched by Washington over allegations that China steals and forces the transfer of American intellectual property to Chinese firms, known as Section 301. That includes tariffs of 25% on both US soybeans and pork in July 2018 and a further 10% on pork and 5% on soybeans in September this year.
While trade war between US & China escalated, couldn't have waited to slash corporate tax: Nirmala Sitharaman
FM Sitharaman had in September announced corporate tax rate cut from an effective 35% (including surcharges and cesses) to an effective 25.17% while the rate for new manufacturing companies reduced to 15% from 25%.
Oil on track for weekly gain as OPEC+ set to confirm supply cut
West Texas Intermediate oil futures fell 9 cents to $58.34 a barrel.
Gold poised for a weekly gain on US-Sino trade angst; eyes on US jobs data
US gold futures were down 0.2 per cent at $1,480.40.
Asian stocks inch up on trade outlook but markets remain wary
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.3 per cent.
Yen, Swiss franc hold gains as trade war worries deepen
The yen stood at 108.54 versus the dollar on Wednesday, close to its strongest since Nov. 22.
US, China move closer to trade deal despite heated rhetoric
Investors are closely watching for any signs of progress on a phase-one deal.
Sensex sheds 100 points, Nifty tests 11,950 as trade deal hopes wane
Except IT and pharma, all other sectoral indices on NSE were trading in the red.
Japanese shares skid as trade war worries spur shift away from cyclicals
The Nikkei 225 index skidded 1.05 per cent to 23,135.23, closing below its 25-day moving average.
Trump sees no deadline for China deal, prefers to wait for 2020 polls
A flurry of US trade moves in the past 24 hours has eroded investor optimism that Trump would ease up on tariffs that have slowed the global economy. On Monday, his administration unexpectedly announced plans to reinstate tariffs on steel and aluminum shipments from Brazil and Argentina, and then released plans for $2.4 billion in levies against French imports.
US keeps defying the recession odds
Steady consumption has helped economic growth plod along at an unspectacular but solid 2 per cent.
Gold rate today: Traders shrug trade war tensions, pull yellow metal lower
Brokerage SMC Global said bullion counter may trade on a negative path.
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