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Trump will remove new North Korea-related sanctions because he 'likes' Kim Jong Un

Trump's sudden reversal marks a departure from his administration, which argued Thursday that the measures were necessary to enforce sanctions on North Korea.

Majority of bitcoin trading is a hoax, new study finds

Ninety-five percent of spot bitcoin trading volume is faked by unregulated exchanges, according to a new study.

Brazilian stocks tumble as arrest of former president Temer adds to uncertainty around pension reform

Brazilian stocks fell sharply on Friday as the arrest of the country's former president, Michel Temer, sparked worries that government debate over key fiscal reforms may be delayed.

Bonds are flashing a huge recession signal — here's what happened to stocks last time it happened

The bond market is closer to signaling a recession, but don't panic. Stocks could have more room to run even if the feared "yield curve" inverts.

'Game of Thrones' star Emilia Clarke reveals she suffered 2 life-threatening brain aneurysms

The news comes as the actor launched "SameYou", a charity aiming to offer treatment to those recovering from stroke and brain injury.

Uber faces fresh legal challenge over driver data

Uber drivers in the U.K. are filing a lawsuit against the company over allegations the firm has continuously broken European data protection laws.

Electric taxis in Oslo to be charged using wireless technology

Norway is embracing electric vehicles on a large scale.

'Last chance': EU leaders issue ultimatum to Britain over no-deal Brexit

European Union leaders have warned Britain that it has one final opportunity to leave the bloc in an orderly fashion, after agreeing to delay the departure date beyond March 29.

German 10-year bond yield turns negative for first time since 2016 amid fears of a recession

A string of weak data in recent months has fueled speculation that Germany could be heading for a recession.

Thailand is holding its first election after years of military rule. Here's what you need to know

The March 24 vote comes after the ruling junta repeatedly postponed general elections after it overthrew an elected government in 2014.

Underground farming could transform the way your coriander, watercress and rocket is grown

Innovation and technology are beginning to change how and where food is grown.

Here's the advice 'The Hate U Give' author Angie Thomas would offer aspiring writers

"Write for yourself, first and foremost — write the stories that you want to read," the author recently said in London.

Analysts say shares of China's Tencent are still a buy despite its dismal earnings

Analysts say shares of Chinese tech juggernaut Tencent are a buy — despite the company posting on Thursday its slowest profit growth in 13 years.

Deutsche Bank CEO paid $8 million, top managers get first bonuses in four years

The management board received total pay, including bonuses, of 55.7 million euros ($63.39 million) in 2018, up from 29.8 million euros a year earlier, Deutsche Bank's annual report said.

Swedbank board reaffirms confidence in CEO after money-laundering report

Swedbank's board has continued confidence in the bank's chief executive after seeing the results of an external report into its alleged involvement in money-laundering in the Baltics, the head of the

Dow drops more than 450 points, S&P 500 posts worst day since January amid global growth worries

Stocks dropped as investors worried global economic growth could slow down following the Fed's cautious outlook from earlier in the week.

China may miss out on $5.5 trillion in growth if it doesn't take data privacy more seriously

If China doesn't step up its efforts on issues such as data privacy and intellectual property protection, the country could miss out on a major growth opportunity in the decade ahead, according to

Investor: The US and China will reach a deal, then markets will jump 15%

Despite all the back and forth between Donald Trump and Xi Jinping's negotiating teams, the U.S. and China will ultimately come to a trade agreement, according to Jackson Wong, associate director at

Indonesian airline Garuda is canceling its $6 billion order for 49 Boeing 737 Max jets

Boeing 737 Max planes have been grounded by authorities after two recent fatal crashes.

China's slowdown is 'self-inflicted,' not caused by Trump's tariffs: Leading economist

"There's downward pressure on the Chinese economy. A lot of it is self-inflicted due to the so-called deleveraging campaign and the tariffs imposed by the U.S. are ... by no means the major source of