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As Trade War Mounts, China Wall St. Allies Lose Clout…

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As Trade War Mounts, China Wall St. Allies Lose Clout… (First column, 13th story, link) Advertise here Read more: feedproxy.google.com Please follow and like us:

The CEO of one of America’s largest crafting stores is mounting a furious campaign against Trump’s tariffs

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President Donald Trump is considering tariffs on another $200 billion of Chinese goods. Many US companies are worried about the increased costs from the tariffs. One of those businesses is Joann, a leading fabric and crafting retailer. Joann CEO Jill Soltau spoke with Business Insider about the tariffs’ downsides for small businesses and how her company is responding to the possibility of more. President Donald Trump could be about to take the trade war with China to a new level, and one US CEO is worried. The Trump administration is considering either a 10% or 25% tariff on $200 billion […]

The worlds of brand and trade marketing need to unite

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Collaboration between brand and trade marketing teams is critical for long-term success, says contributor Andrew Waber. Here’s how to make this tactical and strategic alignment a reality. The post The worlds of brand and trade marketing need to unite appeared first on Marketing Land. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article. Read more: feeds.marketingland.com Please follow and like us:

Saudi freezes new trade with Ottawa, recalls ambassador…

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Saudi freezes new trade with Ottawa, recalls ambassador… (First column, 12th story, link) Related stories:Boycott USA Movement Starts in Canada… Advertise here Read more: feedproxy.google.com Please follow and like us:

A trade war is the single-biggest threat to oil demand

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AP/Saul Loeb Robust oil demand, geopolitical tensions, plunging Venezuelan production, Libyan outages, and returning US sanctions on Iran’s oil have combined to boost crude oil prices this year. Trade tensions might escalate and lead to slower economic growth, and in turn lower oil demand, said The International Energy Agency (IEA). In the early months of the second half of 2018, oil prices could be supported by supply concerns over Venezuela and Iran, but those concerns may be replaced later in the year by the market focus shifting toward demand growth that could begin to slow down in emerging economies. As the […]

Trump’s trade battle with China hits home in Arkansas town…

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Trump’s trade battle with China hits home in Arkansas town… (Second column, 5th story, link) Related stories:Beijing slaps more tariffs… Advertise here Read more: feedproxy.google.com Please follow and like us:

Chinese hotel denies raising rates for Americans amid trade war…

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Chinese hotel denies raising rates for Americans amid trade war… (Third column, 7th story, link) Advertise here Read more: feedproxy.google.com Please follow and like us:

State media attacks Trump in unusually harsh terms…

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State media attacks Trump in unusually harsh terms… (Third column, 13th story, link) Related stories:China Prepared for Long Trade War With USA… Advertise here Read more: feedproxy.google.com Please follow and like us:

China Prepared for Long Trade War With USA…

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China Prepared for Long Trade War With USA… (Third column, 12th story, link) Related stories:State media attacks Trump in unusually harsh terms… Advertise here Read more: feedproxy.google.com Please follow and like us:

Standard Chartered: The US-China trade war will have a ‘minimal’ effect on our business

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AP/Saul Loeb Standard Chartered reported a 34% increase in first-half pre-tax profits. CEO Bill Winters said: “Our direct exposure to increasing tariffs between the US and China is minimal, less than 1% of income.” Stock falls over 3% in London on rising digital investment costs, which investors think could hamper return on equity targets. HONG KONG/LONDON (Reuters) – Asia-focused lender Standard Chartered said it expects minimal impact on its income from rising US-China trade tensions, as it reported higher pretax profits and lower bad loan losses for the six months ended June. The bank said it was confident it would […]