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24 Jul 2018
Bloomberg's Selina Wang discusses the impact of escalating trade tensions on U.S. gadget makers. She speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
13 Jul 2018
Emerging Markets around the world have been ruffled by the burgeoning global trade war. But, to what extent is this key driver of the sideways trading we've seen in Nigeria's equities market in recent times?
6 Jun 2018
Lindsey Piegza, the chief economist at Stifel, examines the U.S. April trade deficit report.
6 May 2018
Shahab Jalinoos, head of FX strategy at Credit Suisse Securities, and Bloomberg's Marty Schenker, discuss U.S.-China trade talks and their impact on currencies.
7 Apr 2018
Bob Miller, lead portfolio manager for BlackRock's Total Return Fund, Anupam Damani, manager of TIAA-Cref Emerging Markets Debt Fund, and George Rusnak, co-head of global fixed-income strategy for the Wells Fargo Investment Institute, join Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro. They discuss the recent trends in global economic growth.
6 Feb 2018
What will it cost to make Nigeria’s ports more competitive with other countries? CNBC Africa's Christycole Popoola spoke to Robert Bal, Group Managing Director, GAC about ways to remove barriers impeding trade in Nigeria.
21 Apr 2017
According to Nigeria's Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, the low level of industrialisation across Africa is responsible for poor intra-Africa trade.
4 Apr 2017
British Prime Minister Theresa May defends the country's foreign policy during a visit to Jordan, saying maintaining links in the Middle East was important for trade and security.
13 Feb 2017
Most of Asia has largely escaped President Trump's glare on trade, but he may yet come looking. The U.S. runs trade deficits with many of its partners in the region.
23 Dec 2016
Bob O’Donnell and Selina Wang discuss the U.S. Office of the Trade Representative restoring Alibaba’s Taobao to its lineup of 'Notorious Markets' and whether the move is politically motivated.
21 Dec 2016
China's efforts to curb the yuan's decline are doing very little to dissuade the yuan bears. The currency suffered its biggest annual plunge since 1994.

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