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29 Sep 2018
The Chinese government's top diplomat Wang Yi said on Friday there was no cause for concern or panic over trade friction between Beijing and Washington, adding that China follows a path to "peaceful" development.
29 Sep 2018
Nigerian CSOs partners U.S peace Institute to avert electoral violence.
29 Sep 2018
Richard Clarke, Good Harbor Consulting chairman and former White House counter-terrorism adviser, discusses the cybersecurity concerns surrounding the U.S. midterm elections with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."
22 Sep 2018
Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa discusses reforms aimed at changing the perception of the country, the role of agriculture in the nation's economy, and improving relations with the U.S. and U.K.
19 Sep 2018
Curt Ferguson, greater China and Korea president at Coca-Cola Company, discusses how the trade war between the U.S. and China is impacting his business, new products launching in China, the taste of Chinese consumers, and his outlook for the company.
17 Sep 2018
Workers in the world's richest countries are getting their biggest pay bump in a decade as companies seek to attract staff amid shrinking unemployment in the U.S., Japan and the Euro area.
15 Sep 2018
In "Futures In Focus," Bill Baruch, president and founder at Blue Line Research, discusses the 10-Year yield rising to three percent.
12 Sep 2018
Hurricane Florence continues the march to U.S. East Coast.
10 Sep 2018
U.S. payrolls increased by 201,000 in August while the unemployment rate held steady at 3.9 percent and annual wage gains topped estimates at 2.9 percent.
1 Sep 2018
Talks between the U.S. and Canada ended Friday without a deal on a new North American Free Trade Agreement, but discussions are expected to continue next week, according to a person familiar with the matter.
1 Sep 2018
China’s regulators plan to curtail the number of online games and discourage play-time, part of a broader effort to tackle device addiction and other ills that sent shares reeling from the U.S. to Japan.
1 Sep 2018
For the past year, select Google advertisers have had access to a potent new tool to track whether the ads they ran online led to a sale at a physical store in the U.S. That insight came thanks in part to a stockpile of Mastercard transactions that Google paid for. But most of the two billion Mastercard holders aren’t aware of this behind-the-scenes tracking.

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