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May 07 2015
President Barack Obama is mounting his latest defense of a Pacific trade agreement with a visit Friday to the headquarters of a quintessential importer, Nike Inc., a move that scrambles the traditional political arguments for free trade.
By traveling to the huge importer of shoes from Asia, the president will highlight the consumer benefits of a deal to lower tariffs. Presidents almostWall Street Journal (News)
Jun 11 2018
On the edge of a mountaintop in Utah, it's getting complicated for Mitt Romney.
With the sun setting over his shoulder, the former Republican presidential nominee and would-be senator tells his audience, gathered on the patio of a resort, that President Donald Trump will win a second term. Romney also says that annual $1 trillion deficits under Trump are "highly stimulative." AndNewsmax (News)
Apr 15 2019
President Trump is embracing a new tactic as he tries to rewrite the rules of global trade: Don’t believe a final deal is truly final.
Mr. Trump, who has called deal-making his “art form,” has used his unpredictability as a source of leverage in discussions with Europe, Canada, Mexico, Japan and elsewhere. He has dangled the possibility of lifting American metal tariffs whileNew York Times (News)
Jul 03 2019
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at a record on Wednesday, its first new high in nine months, as the index notched its fourth straight session of gains.
The Dow industrials climbed more than 170 points during a shortened trading session ahead of Thursday’s Independence Day holiday, putting it above its previous October milestone. The Dow was the last of the three major indexes toWall Street Journal (News)
Dec 31 2019
President Donald Trump said Tuesday he will sign a "Phase One" trade deal with China on Jan. 15, and plans to visit China soon to start talks on a "Phase Two."
"I will be signing our very large and comprehensive Phase One Trade Deal with China on January 15," Trump tweeted. "The ceremony will take place at the White House. High-level representatives of China will be present."
Jan 15 2016
Donald J. Trump and Senator Ted Cruz of Texas sharply attacked each other on Thursday night over the Canadian-born Mr. Cruz’s eligibility to be president and Mr. Trump’s “New York values,” shedding any semblance of cordiality as they dominated a Republican debate less than three weeks before the Iowa caucuses.
Their exchanges showcased the intense and unpredictable new phase of the raceNew York Times (News)
Jul 15 2020
The race for the White House is heating up as President Trump and his 2020 rival Joe Biden sparred, Tuesday during dueling press conferences.
The handling of the coronavirus outbreak was one of the key differences the two battled over.
"We have to get the schools open. We have to get everything open. A lot of people don't want to do that for political reasons, not for otherCBN
Dec 31 2019
President Trump said Tuesday he will sign a phase one trade deal between the U.S. and China on Jan. 15, 2020, at a White House ceremony.
Chinese President Xi Jinping will not attend the ceremony, but will instead be represented by high level officials from Beijing, Trump tweeted.
The president added that he plans to travel to Beijing "at a later date" to begin discussions on aThe Hill
Dec 27 2019
It started with animal spirits left for dead by the financial crisis. It’s set to finish with stocks near records, volatility vanquished and the credit supercycle on steroids.
This is the tale of global markets over a decade of “fire and ice.”
In the 2010s traders braved everything from the sovereign meltdown in Europe and populist rage to “Volmageddon” and the shale revolution.Bloomberg
Apr 06 2019
President Donald Trump’s announcement Thursday that he would be willing to sideline a new trilateral trade pact with Canada and Mexico — a move that would allow him to impose the auto tariffs he has been threatening to unveil — couldn’t have come at a worse time for Mike Pence.
As Trump sat in the Oval Office, telling reporters that border security “is more important to me than thePolitico