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Markets China-US Trade War: How do the tariffs work?
Author: 0 China-US Trade War: How do the tariffs work?

The United States is seeking sweeping changes to China's trade and economic policies, including an end to forced technology transfers and theft of USA trade secrets. Of the nearly 250 respondents to the survey, which was conducted after China and the United States both raised tariffs on each other's imports earlier this month, nearly three-quarters said the impact of tariffs was hurting their competitiveness.

Markets ARM No Longer In Business With Huawei Either
Author: 0 ARM No Longer In Business With Huawei Either

Arm's severing of ties cuts deeper than similar actions from Intel , Qualcomm , Broadcom , Qorvo, Xilinx , Infineon, Micron, and Western Digital, as Arm-licensed designs are used across a number of business units at Huawei, including their server equipment and telecommunications divisions, which utilize Arm-powered processors produced by HiSilicon.

Markets US delay to Huawei ban gives tech sector time to adjust
Author: 0 US delay to Huawei ban gives tech sector time to adjust

Google recently cut off Huawei's Android license in accordance with a Trump administration order that restricts United States companies from selling components and software to the Chinese smartphone maker. The license also allows Huawei to engage in the development of standards for fifth-generation (5G) telecom networks. That faces uncertainty now that US companies may be restricted from contributing to it.

Markets Ajit Pai oks T-Mobile/Sprint merger,
Author: 0 Ajit Pai oks T-Mobile/Sprint merger, "requires" 5G rollout that’ll happen anyway

While Pai's backing is key to the deal, further steps remain. As has become the norm at the federal regulator, the decision appears to have been made exclusively by the chairman of the FCC , Ajit Pai, who posted a statement on Monday morning arguing that new commitments made by the two companies about 5G deployment and rural wireless access were sufficient for approval.

Markets Trump's China Trade Talks Head for Stalemate As Trust Fades
Author: 0 Trump's China Trade Talks Head for Stalemate As Trust Fades

The president has been using tariffs like a cudgel to force China to the negotiating table. The Trump administration's previous decision to impose 10 percent tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese imports and 25 percent on another $50 billion worth was followed by Chinese countermeasures, with Beijing targeting $110 billion of Chinese imports.

Markets U.S. assessment blames Iran for Saudi tankers attack
Author: 0 U.S. assessment blames Iran for Saudi tankers attack

Al-Falih also stressed that export and extraction of oil had not been halted, the agency reported. Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates intervened in the Yemen war to bolster the internationally-recognised government's efforts against the Huthis in March 2015.

Markets Trump order clears way for barring Huawei from U.S. telecommunications networks
Author: 0 Trump order clears way for barring Huawei from U.S. telecommunications networks

Furthermore, concerns about Chinese law requiring Huawei to cooperate with China's intelligence agencies were simply hype. In January, the administration was preparing the action, which could significantly restrict Chinese state-owned telecom companies from operating in the USA over national security concerns, people familiar with the matter said at the time.

Markets U.S. stocks bounce back as trade rhetoric cools
Author: 0 U.S. stocks bounce back as trade rhetoric cools

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 207.06 points, or 0.82 per cent, to 25,532.05, the S&P 500 gained 22.54 points, or 0.80 per cent, to 2,834.41, and the Nasdaq Composite added 87.47 points, or 1.14 per cent, to 7,734.49. In company news, shares of Ralph Lauren Corp. fell 1.1% even after the clothing retailer's earnings and revenues beat Wall Street expectations.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move.

Markets USA court allows lawsuit on Apple’s App Store monopoly
Author: 0 USA court allows lawsuit on Apple’s App Store monopoly

In so doing, the justices disagreed with Apple's defense, which sought to portray the company as a mere intermediary between consumers and app developers. The latest decision by the Supreme Court does appear to be merely a procedural win, but the fact that the case will move forward could eventually have significant implications for the App Store.

Markets Jury awards couple $2B in Roundup weedkiller cancer case
Author: 0 Jury awards couple $2B in Roundup weedkiller cancer case

It awarded $18 million in compensatory and $1 billion in punitive damages to Alva Pilliod, and $37 million in compensatory and $1 billion in punitive damages to his wife, Alberta Pilliod. Bayer released the following statement in reaction to a jury verdict in favor of the plaintiffs in the case of Pilliod v. Monsanto, a trial conducted before Judge Winifred Smith in the Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Alameda.

Markets Yemeni Armed Drones Attack Saudi Oil Pipeline
Author: 0 Yemeni Armed Drones Attack Saudi Oil Pipeline

Four ships - two Saudi, one Norwegian and one Emirati - were damaged on Sunday off the coast of the United Arab Emirates ( UAE ) in what Emirati officials described as acts of sabotage near the port of Fujairah . Brent crude futures were at $70.79 a barrel at 1035 GMT, up 56 percents or 0.80%. Saudi Arabia called the attack an act of sabotage. Trump dismisses NYT report about his plan for war with Iran involving 120k troops: "I think it's fake news.

Markets Oil prices up as Middle East tanker attacks heighten supply concerns
Author: 0 Oil prices up as Middle East tanker attacks heighten supply concerns

Fujairah's port is located about 140km from the Strait of Hormuz, through which one-third of all oil at sea is traded. Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said in a statement that one of the two Saudi vessels attacked was on its way to be loaded with Saudi crude from Ras Tanura port for delivery to state-owned Saudi Aramco's customers in the United States .

Markets NYT Gets Trump's Tax Docs: 'Decade In The Red'; Trump Responds
Author: 0 NYT Gets Trump's Tax Docs: 'Decade In The Red'; Trump Responds

Trump also used this very real social capital to move ever more aggressively into real estate in the '80s and '90s-despite simultaneously sacrificing more money to the real estate gods than any other business in America in 1990 and 1991. "Much was non monetary". In 1990 and 1991, Trump's core business losses were more than $250 million each year - more than double those of the closest taxpayers in those years, the Times reports.

Markets China makes statement on US planned measures to raise tariffs
Author: 0 China makes statement on US planned measures to raise tariffs

Another round of negotiations is slated to begin in Washington on Thursday. In the United States the S&P 500 fell for the fourth session in five days, declining by as much as 2.1%. Investors and analysts questioned whether Trump's tweet was a negotiating ploy to wring more concessions from China. Whether China's delegation intends to cut a deal while in the USA remains to be seen, as Trump says.

Markets Oil Prices Rise as Stockpiles Plummet
Author: 0 Oil Prices Rise as Stockpiles Plummet

The Trump administration is poised to tell five countries, including allies Japan, South Korea and Turkey, they will no more be exempt from us sanctions should they continue to import oil from Iran , officials said Sunday. S&P Global Platts Analytics forecasts for Iranian crude and condensate exports to fall below 500,000 barrels per day in the second half of this year, from 1.3 million barrels per day in the first quarter 2019.

Markets Newspaper: Trump lost more than $1 billion from 1985 to 1994
Author: 0 Newspaper: Trump lost more than $1 billion from 1985 to 1994

This is known as a net operating loss, and by 1991, the Times says, Trump's net operating losses had grown to nearly $418 million, or 1 percent of all the losses reported to the IRS by individual taxpayers that year. It said he may have lost more than any other American. Under the tax code, business owners can use their losses to keep from paying taxes on future income.

Markets Trump says he'll raise tariffs on $200bn of Chinese goods
Author: 0 Trump says he'll raise tariffs on $200bn of Chinese goods

Trump said tariffs on $200bn of goods would increase to 25 percent on Friday from 10 percent, reversing a decision he made in February to keep them at the 10 percent rate after progress between the two sides. Last week, industry sources said they believed the talks were in the endgame and Mnuchin had said he hoped the U.S. negotiating team would soon be able to recommend a deal to Trump or tell him that one could not be reached.

Markets Berkshire Hathaway renews building lease in Omaha for 20 years
Author: 0 Berkshire Hathaway renews building lease in Omaha for 20 years

However, that does not reflect the performance of one of its more troublesome investments, the 26.7% stake in food giant Kraft Heinz, which has not yet filed its quarterly results with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Investing in Amazon, whose shares are approaching $2,000 apiece, might seem at odds with Buffett's usual approach of buying stakes in profitable companies that are undervalued by the market.

Markets WashPost: Facebook May Strike Privacy Deal With FTC
Author: 0 WashPost: Facebook May Strike Privacy Deal With FTC

Under this proposed negotiated deal, Facebook board members might sit on the oversight committee, which will meet quarterly and issue reports. Facebook could also have to submit to FTC-approved checkups by third-party watchdogs, and it would be required to report privacy violations as soon as possible.

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