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Why It’s So Hard for Most Countries to be Economically Independent from the West

Western countries insist both on “free trade” with poor countries and farm subsidies for themselves.

ECB to halt expansion of €2.6tn QE programme

End of extra bond purchases shifts investor focus to timing of interest rate rises

China detains second Canadian citizen

Ottawa caught in crossfire between Washington and Beijing over Huawei arrest

Chinese importers resume purchases of US soyabeans

Beijing move will help soothe Midwest farming community seen as important to Trump
Freakonomics Radio Live: “Jesus Could Have Been a Pigeon.”

Freakonomics Radio Live: “Jesus Could Have Been a Pigeon.”

Our co-host is Grit author Angela Duckworth, and we learn fascinating, Freakonomical facts from a parade of guests. For instance: what we all get wrong about Darwin; what an iPod has in common with

Thursday: Unemployment Claims

From Matthew Graham at Mortgage News Daily: Mortgage Rates Could Go Even Higher Mortgage rates rose more noticeably today as a part of a 3 day bounce after hitting the lowest levels in roughly 3

EU business ramps up Brexit warnings

Companies on both sides of Channel risk ‘the greatest of difficulties’

Huawei offers clues to the US-China trade war psyche

Technology transfer is behind the tensions but history is not on Washington’s side

European Parliament backs trade pact with Japan

‘Cars for cheese’ agreement will create ‘open trade zone’ covering 630m people

US farmers hit by soaring storage costs

Trade war double whammy as soyabeans go unsold and tariffs push up cost of metal bins

MYOS Muscling Up, CORT Turns Heads, Former FDA Official Joins PTE Board

The following are some of today's top gainers in the pharma/biotech sector.

Huawei CFO released on C$10m bail

Meng Wanzhou must surrender passports and pay for private security guards to accompany her

Why EU-Japan deal is model for post-Brexit trade talks

Pact slashes tariffs on EU food exports in return for liberalised access to its car market

China to cut tariffs on imported US cars

First sign of trade war thaw but concerns remain over timeline for deal deadline

Brexit: All About May

Why May oddly matters even more than before.

Macron unveils more measures aimed at curbing protests

French president offers minimum wage rise, tax-free bonuses and reversal of pension charge

Trump Reportedly Intends To Request Jump In Defense Spending

Despite recently calling this year's $716 billion defense budget "crazy," President Donald Trump reportedly plans to ask for a sharp increase in military spending next fiscal year.

Job openings back over 7 million and near a record high

Total available jobs stood at 7.08 million for October, the second-highest level surpassed only by the 7.3 million in August, the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey showed.
Black Knight Mortgage Monitor for October

Black Knight Mortgage Monitor for October

Black Knight released their Mortgage Monitor report for October today. According to Black Knight, 3.64% of mortgages were delinquent in October, down from 4.44% in October 2017. Black Knight also