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Seema Mody delves into the major risks we are seeing lately with the emerging markets including new risks investors may see in 2020.
China is on the cusp of keeping a big promise — a vow to double its GDP and income in a decade and take the country to the forefront of the global economic power structure.
The Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019, signed into law by U.S. President Donald Trump, is touted by Congress as a way to deter Beijing’s influence and interference in Hong Kong’s internal affairs.
Eunice Yoon reports on how the business community is extremely concerned with the ongoing Hong Kong protests which may impact the city to lose its position as an international financial hub.
Eunice Yoon reports on how some American companies are now at a new major business risk due to the current Hong Kong protests.
The Hong Kong protesters are targeting companies including some of America’s biggest that are widely held by investors. Joining us to talk about this is David Nelson, a Chief Strategist at Belpointe Asset Management.
Eunice Yoon is in Shanghai for us and reports on how Chinese President Xi Jinping wants the world to know that his country is “Open For Business”.
Saudi Aramco may have finally fired the starting pistol on its initial public offering (IPO), but some analysts still believe investors should think carefully before jumping on board.
A gauge of U.S. manufacturing showed the sector continued to contract in October, the third straight month of slowdown amid global trade uncertainties.
President Donald Trump says he’s interested in making a deal with ExxonMobil or another energy company to tap Syrian oil reserves.
President Donald Trump announced on Wednesday that he is lifting U.S. sanctions on Turkey imposed after the country invaded northern Syria earlier this month, calling the country’s temporary cease-fire in the area “permanent.”
Basketball Hall of Fame player Shaquille O’Neal lent his support to Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey, who ignited an international clash with China earlier this month when he tweeted support for anti-government protests in Hong Kong.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Monday that it is “completely inappropriate” for China to retaliate against U.S. businesses whose employees have commented on pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
China’s economic activity came below expectations in the latest quarter. Eunice Yoon has more for us from Beijing.
The implications of the U.S.-China trade war could wipe out a portion of the global economy the size of Switzerland by next year, International Monetary Fund managing director Kristalina Georgieva warned.