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|US President Donald Trump has again upped the rhetoric against China (which of course, brought back trepidation over an escalation of the trade war) and most recently he went on attack against his own central bank - the US Federal Reserve. Apparently ...|
|... proposition. In his quest to "make America great again" and under the guise of "national security", US President Donald Trump kicked off with a 25% tariff on steel and 10% on aluminium imported into America, followed by a 25% tariff on US$34 billion ...|
|"We're going to drain the swamp." This was one of US President Donald Trump's battle cry when he was still campaigning for the top job in America. It looks like he's on his way to fulfilling this promise but instead, Trump's draining ...|
|... monetary policies and by extension, capital expenditure and financial markets. It's more crucial now because of Donald Trump. Recall his statement back in December 2017, "So we're at 3.3% GDP. I see no reason why we don't go to 4%, 5%, and ...|
|"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of light, it was the season of darkness, it was the spring ...|
|... leader of the free world and the North Korean supremo. It's going to be a "win-win" deal according to US President Donald Trump. In all likelihood, North Korean President Kim Jung-on is saying the same thing in Korean. Trump would be singing that ...|
|It must be because Bank of Japan (BOJ) policy exit speculations have died down or that Japan's response to Donald Trump's tariff increases has been less confrontational than China, the EU or even Canada but Japan had rarely been on headlines in recent ...|
|Just when the threatening clouds of Quitaly and its negative repercussions on the whole of the Eurozone has dissipated, US President Donald Trump's trade protectionist policy in the name of American national security comes back to haunt. Not that ...|
|Move over China and North Korea, you too Iran and Israel, a new old crisis has come back to town...and it could be bigger. While the financial market world still haven't seen the end game of US President Donald Trump's protectionist trade policies ...|
|... disagreements are better resolved behind closed doors. Not for the limelight/spotlight-hogging president of the US. Donald Trump didn't take to Twitter this time, he penned an open letter to tell all and sundry that what was to become a historic ...|
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VanEck has expanded its range of ETFs, announcing two new offerings to join its new Global Clean Energy ETF.
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The financial services software company has announced its plans to launch a technological solution to meet the Design and Distribution Obligations (DDO), commencing 5 October 2021.
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Capgemini has named a new managing director for Australia and New Zealand, following the recent promotion of Olaf Pietschner.
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Victorian-based Ahmed Saad appeared in court after being charged with dishonestly obtaining financial advantage by deception for his role in an illegal retail superannuation scheme.
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