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Trump won't rule out second Yellen term, signaling drift to the mainstream
President Donald Trump signaled on Wednesday he could be moving closer to the mainstream on monetary policy, saying he had not ruled out reappointment of Janet Yellen to a new four-year term as Fed chair as he considers his choices for the central bank.
14 2017 | Viewed: 58 | Foreign experience | Read full
Saudi Arabia Said Likely to Support OPEC Extending Output Cuts
Saudi Arabia is likely to support extending OPEC output cuts into the second half of 2017 in an effort to boost oil prices, according to a person familiar with the kingdoms internal discussions.
12 2017 | Viewed: 97 | Foreign experience | Read full
Blackwater founder Erik Prince eyes opportunities with China
Man who once fashioned private armies for US is now helping support Beijings Silk Road policy
11 2017 | Viewed: 116 | Foreign experience | Read full
SEC targets fake stock news on financial websites
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday announced a crackdown on alleged stock promotion schemes in which writers were secretly paid to post hundreds of bullish articles about public companies on financial websites.
11 2017 | Viewed: 58 | Foreign experience | Read full
China offers concessions to avert trade war with U.S.: FT
China will offer the Trump administration better market access for financial sector investments and U.S. beef exports to help avert a trade war, the Financial Times reported on Sunday, citing officials familiar with the matter.
11 2017 | Viewed: 61 | Foreign experience | Read full
Fed eyes start to balance sheet cuts this year
Policymakers debated strategy for paring back asset portfolio at latest meeting
6 2017 | Viewed: 73 | Foreign experience | Read full
Dimon stands behind Trump on relaxed bank rules
JPMorgan chief says problem of too-big-to-fail banks has been solved
5 2017 | Viewed: 75 | Foreign experience | Read full
Trump says planning 'haircut' for Dodd-Frank banking regulations
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that his administration is working on changes to Dodd-Frank banking regulations that will make it easier for banks to loan money.
5 2017 | Viewed: 70 | Foreign experience | Read full
Reforming taxes will not be easier than abolishing Obamacare
It will require a political will to abolish popular tax breaks that is lacking
5 2017 | Viewed: 86 | Foreign experience | Read full
Reforming taxes will not be easier than abolishing Obamacare
It will require a political will to abolish popular tax breaks that is lacking
5 2017 | Viewed: 60 | Foreign experience | Read full
Iceland weighs plan to peg krona to another currency
Finance minister admits maintaining own free floating currency is not viable option
5 2017 | Viewed: 66 | Foreign experience | Read full
EPA chief says Paris climate agreement 'bad deal' for U.S.
The United States should continue to be "engaged" in international climate change discussions but the Paris climate change agreement is a "bad deal" for the country, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency said Sunday.
5 2017 | Viewed: 60 | Foreign experience | Read full
On the eve of Brexit, Qatar pledges over $6 billion in investment in Britain
Qatar pledged 5 billion pounds ($6.3 billion) of investment in Britain on Monday in a show of support for the world's fifth-largest economy just two days before Prime Minister Theresa May triggers formal Brexit talks.
29 2017 | Viewed: 96 | Foreign experience | Read full
Toshiba's Westinghouse may file bankruptcy Tuesday, seeks Kepco aid: Nikkei
Westinghouse Electric Co, the U.S. nuclear unit of Japan's Toshiba Corp (6502.T), could file for bankruptcy protection as early as Tuesday and is seeking support from South Korea's Korea Electric Power Corp (015760.KS), the Nikkei said on Monday.
28 2017 | Viewed: 95 | Foreign experience | Read full
Beijing should let foreign firms list, says Kazakhstan metals firm seeking Chinese New Silk Road money
Kazakhstan government-backed Eurasian Resources Group, which is seeking Chinese finance for four metals projects involving total investment of US$6 billion, has called on Beijing to open up Chinas stock markets for foreign firms to raise funds.
28 2017 | Viewed: 107 | Foreign experience | Read full
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