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Day: July 11, 2018

More pain ahead for emerging markets as trade war gets hotter

Emerging markets could be headed for more declines this year — adding to already steep losses for 2018 — as trade tensions between the world’s largest economies increase and interest rates rise. The iShares MSCI Emerging Markets exchange-traded fund (EEM), which tracks emerging-market stocks, fell 8 percent in the first six months of the year …

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BoC Review: Woah, We’re Halfway There (But the Other Half May Take a While)

The Bank of Canada increased its key monetary policy interest rate to 1.50% this morning (from 1.25%). This was the fourth increase in a year. In its statement explaining the decision, the Bank struck a neutral to slightly hawkish tone. On the negative side, trade tensions were front and center, with the impact of uncertainty …

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Republicans appear helpless to stop Trump’s trade war

Congressional Republicans who oppose the Trump administration’s mounting trade conflicts around the globe appear increasingly helpless as the president threatens more tariffs on top trading partners. As a trade war with China could widen and damage a broader swath of the U.S. economy ahead of November’s midterm elections, GOP lawmakers hold little leverage over a …

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China reportedly looks to ‘hit back in other ways’ in response to latest US tariffs

After the White House’s latest threat of tariffs on billions of dollars of Chinese goods, officials in Beijing are looking to “hit back in other ways,” according to a report by The Wall Street Journal. On Tuesday, the Trump administration made good on the president’s recent threats to escalate a trade war with a list …

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Producer prices rose in June, leading to the biggest annual increase in 6 1/2 years

U.S. producer prices increased slightly more than expected in June amid gains in the cost of services and motor vehicles, leading to the biggest annual increase in 6-1/2 years. The Labor Department said on Wednesday its producer price index for final demand climbed 0.3 percent last month also lifted by increases in gasoline prices. The …

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