NEW YORK (Reuters) - The potential for an intensifying trade dispute to undercut the U.S. stock market could become clearer next week when a host of multinational companies reports quarterly results that may provide a glimpse into the impact of those glob
North and South Korea on Friday set up their first ever direct telephone hotline between their leaders, ahead of a historic summit next week that aims to resolve nuclear tensions with Pyongyang and bring peace to the Korean Peninsula.
THE world is currently on high alert with tensions between the US and Russia over Syria boiling over. If you add North Korea’s nuclear ambitions into the mix, an all-out war could be on the cards – but who would win if World War 3 broke out? W
A MISSILE alert warning was issued to pilots flying into and out of Cyprus and other countries near Syria last week. Air traffic control chiefs warned airlines they may be caught in military strikes as tensions mount between the US and Russia – with the
Five ships carrying tonnes of sorghum change course after Beijing imposes rule requiring 178% depositShips laden with more than 1.2m tonnes of US sorghum bound for China may have no where to go amid the ongoing trade tensions between Beijing and Washingto
• Senol Gunes had stitches after objects thrown by Fenerbahce fans• Turkish Cup semi-final in Istanbul abandoned with score at 0-0The Turkish Cup semi-final between two of the country’s biggest teams was abandoned after the Besiktas manager was hit
BEIJING (Reuters) - China is looking to accelerate plans to develop its domestic semiconductor market amid a fierce trade stand-off with the United States and a U.S. ban on sales to Chinese phone maker ZTE that has underscored the country's reliance on im
Stocks rose for a second day Tuesday on better-than-expected earnings reports and as markets shrugged off the latest rise in US-China trade war tensions. The S&P 500 rallied nearly 1.25%, led by Netflix.
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TOKYO (Reuters) - Asia stocks edged higher on Tuesday, tracking Wall Street gains as the focus shifted to corporate earnings and looming economic data from China amid signs Western-led strikes on Syria weren't likely to escalate.
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Norway is considering whether to ask the US to extend the deployment of Marines to the country.
The US has already expressed interest in an extension, Norway's defense minister said in March.
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It looks like tensions on Wall Street related to geopolitics might have eased after the Friday missile strikes on Syria, but these tensions could still factor into trading. Bank earnings roll on this week, and many investors await Netflix after the close
The world is watching Russia for its reaction to Western missile strikes that were carried out on its ally Syria, but analysts predict Moscow's retaliation could be fairly limited despite rapidly escalating tensions.