Tag: US-China

January 21, 2020 BY Steffy Bogdanova

“Phase One” of the US-China trade deal unveiled

Months of negotiation finally lead to the first phase of the US-China trade deal on Wednesday last week. In the 86 paged document, China promises to buy USD 200bn of US goods over the next two years and the US to reduce the tariffs on USD 120bn Chinese products. The deal also promises better defense…

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Amman Stock Exchange starts adopting the tradition of ringing the bell
December 17, 2019 BY Mariela Naydenova

As US-China trade tensions decrease, stocks hit new highs

The tension between the United States and China has started to slowly decrease. And such tension ebb is affecting the global stock market in a very positive way, as noted by the Financial Times. On Monday, December 16, global stocks saw new record highs. The primary reason was that China and the US de-escalated the…

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November 29, 2019 BY Valentina Kirilova

What lies ahead for the US Dollar in 2020?

The following post was written by Thomas Hall. In October, the Federal Reserve cut interest rates for the third time in 2019, with the intention of maintaining the US' longest period of economic growth ahead of the 2020 presidential election. For the incumbent President, those cuts still aren’t enough. Trump has regularly pressured the Fed into…

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