Economy

Chinese tariff cut will boost German carmakers

Japanese and British manufacturers also stand to gain from reduction in import duties

Republicans launch revolt against Donald Trump’s rescue of ZTE

Lawmakers unveil legislation to block moves to lift US sanctions
Attorney general defies call to give £400m windfall to UK charities

Attorney general defies call to give £400m windfall to UK charities

Jeremy Wright wants high court to unfreeze National Fund to help pay national debtThe attorney general has applied to the high court to release at least £400m from a fund that has in effect been

Crypto Lexicon - DCA

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Australia and UK urged to strike free-trade deal to counter Trump's protectionism

Australia and UK urged to strike free-trade deal to counter Trump's protectionism

Exclusive: Agreement could rebuild trust in trade liberalisation, thinktanks argue• Sign up to receive the top stories from Guardian Australia every morningAustralia and the United Kingdom have been
FTSE 100 at record high after trade war truce, but pound hits 2018 low - as it happened

FTSE 100 at record high after trade war truce, but pound hits 2018 low - as it happened

UK stock market hits new peak after US Treasury secretary Mnuchin says the trade war with China is ‘on hold’Latest: FTSE 100 has jumped through 7,800 pointsBut the pound has hit a near six-month
US and China put trade war 'on hold'

US and China put trade war 'on hold'

Steven Mnuchin, US Treasury secretary, says negotiations over tariffs with China have borne fruitAmerica has pulled back from launching a trade war with China that could have destabilised the global
It’s said Brexit is ‘not going to plan’. Did we ever have a plan? | William Keegan

It’s said Brexit is ‘not going to plan’. Did we ever have a plan? | William Keegan

The chaotic negotiations both within the Tory party and without means we need to consider an alternative: not leavingYour correspondent is not as well up on social media as his wife and children, but

France and Germany to press ahead with eurozone reform

Diplomats fear that economic policy could be major issue between Brussels and Italy
UN chief welcomes start of Church-mediated national dialogue in Nicaragua

UN chief welcomes start of Church-mediated national dialogue in Nicaragua

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has welcomed the start of a national dialogue in Nicaragua between civic groups and the government, following deadly clashes between security forces
Force used against protestors in Gaza ‘wholly disproportionate’ says UN human rights chief

Force used against protestors in Gaza ‘wholly disproportionate’ says UN human rights chief

A special session of the UN Human Rights Council has ended with a resolution by Member States to investigate weeks of violence on the Israeli border with Gaza, which has claimed the lives of more than

Campbell's Soup blows up Secretary Ross claim tariffs wouldn't hurt them — and he pushes back anyway

In an earnings call, a Campbell official holds tariffs as a factor in the company's expected poor performance.

China talks test Trump’s dealmaker reputation

President faces criticism he has caved to pressure from Beijing as Nafta talks falter

Chinese Bitcoin Miner Canaan Creative Files For Hong Kong IPO

China-based Canaan Creative, the world's second-largest Bitcoin mining hardware maker, has filed an application for an initial public offering in the Hong Kong stock exchange. The filing did not

Hidden value in phones could ‘cut US trade deficit in half’

Issue of software exports in national data could be used in tackling trade tensions

Donald Trump’s provocations herald a decline of US power

Extraterritorial sanctions could undermine the privilege that makes them possible

US home building tumbled in April, while permits fell

U.S. homebuilding tumbled in April and permits fell, suggesting the housing market continued to tread water amid shortages of land and skilled labor.

Japan’s economy shrinks for first time since 2015

Annualised fall of 0.6% in first-quarter GDP halts longest growth spell since 1989

MEIP Gets Funded, PFNX Riding High, GNPX Turns Heads

Medigus Ltd. (MDGS) gained nearly 33% on Tuesday, following its 5-year agreement with privately held, Turkey-based MELEKIRMAK, which allows for the distribution of Medigus Ultrasonic Surgical