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Escalating trade war shakes markets

Escalating trade war shakes markets

US companies fear damage from tariffs battle will offset benefits of booming economy

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Markets batter Turkey as Erdogan predicts interest rate fall

Markets batter Turkey as Erdogan predicts interest rate fall

The lira loses almost 3% against dollar as investors worry about economic management

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Alphabet’s new businesses: internet balloons and delivery drones

Alphabet’s new businesses: internet balloons and delivery drones

Loon and Wing are the latest ‘moonshot’ projects graduating to fully fledged companies

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Trump Urges NATO to Double Military Spending Target to 4% of GDP

Trump Urges NATO to Double Military Spending Target to 4% of GDP

President Donald Trump pressured allies at the NATO summit Wednesday to double the defense spending target to 4% of gross domestic product, while bashing Germany for its military spending and support for a major gas deal with Russia.

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‘Shocked’ by Latest U.S. Tariff Plan, Beijing Seeks Retaliatory Action

‘Shocked’ by Latest U.S. Tariff Plan, Beijing Seeks Retaliatory Action

China doesn’t import enough from the U.S. to match the Trump administration’s planned new tariffs on $200 billion in goods—so Beijing is reviewing plans to hit back in other ways, said Chinese officials familiar with the plans.

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The Supreme Court Won’t Stop Executive Overreach

The Supreme Court Won’t Stop Executive Overreach

For businesses worried about overreach by the executive branch, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is a mixed blessing.

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Rising Gas Prices Raise Concerns for U.S. Economy

Rising Gas Prices Raise Concerns for U.S. Economy

The highest retail gas prices in years, with consumers paying as much as $2.96 a gallon on average, are raising concerns about one of the longest-running U.S. economic expansions on record.

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How England Rewired Its Soccer DNA

How England Rewired Its Soccer DNA

With a young squad, stars yet to hit their prime, and dominant youth teams, England could be a World Cup contender for years to come.

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Boris Johnson weighs how to challenge Theresa May

Boris Johnson weighs how to challenge Theresa May

Former foreign secretary appears to have quit without a short-term plan

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Malta accused of failing to enforce EU anti-money laundering rules

Malta accused of failing to enforce EU anti-money laundering rules

Damning report criticises handling of private bank now embroiled in criminal probe

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NYSE Opposition to Trading-Fee Review Puts Companies and Some Shareholders at Odds

NYSE Opposition to Trading-Fee Review Puts Companies and Some Shareholders at Odds

The New York Stock Exchange’s opposition to a regulatory review of trading fees has put listed companies including Apache Corp., Halliburton Co. and Home Depot Inc. at odds with some of their biggest shareholders.

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Stolen U.S. Military Drone Documents Found for Sale on Dark Web, Researchers Say

Stolen U.S. Military Drone Documents Found for Sale on Dark Web, Researchers Say

An unidentified hacker tried to sell purported U.S. military documents containing information about combat drones, a cybersecurity research firm said, after they were allegedly stolen from an Air Force officer’s computer.

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FCC Proposes Rebuilding Comment System After Thousands Revealed as Fake

FCC Proposes Rebuilding Comment System After Thousands Revealed as Fake

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai proposes to overhaul the agency’s online commenting system after millions of fake comments were posted on an FCC rule change.

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‘Shocked’ by Latest U.S. Tariffs, Beijing Seeks Retaliatory Action

‘Shocked’ by Latest U.S. Tariffs, Beijing Seeks Retaliatory Action

China doesn’t import enough from the U.S. to match the Trump administration’s new $200 billion in tariffs—so Beijing is reviewing plans to hit back in other ways, said Chinese officials familiar with the plans.

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