Oil prices rose more than three percent today amid expectations that OPEC and its allies will extend production restrictions in addition to US government data that showed a significant drop in crude oil inventories
The dollar traded near one-month lows today as markets remained concerned about the progress of trade talks between China and the United States
US President Donald Trump said today that trade talks with China were going "very well"
European shares fell on Wednesday from a four-year peak as trade tensions between the United States and China returned after US President Donald Trump signed a congressional bill supporting Hong Kong protesters,
US President Donald Trump said today that the United States in recent days or is about to conclude a trade agreement with China,
Michel Barnier, the EU's chief negotiator, told EU leaders he would make the new British trade deal with the EU a priority after Britain leaves the European Union
US stocks rose today after US President Donald Trump said the United States and China were close to a deal
German business sentiment rose in November and Europe's largest economy is poised to grow 0.2% in the fourth quarter
Oil prices rose today after positive comments that re-optimized the trade deal between the United States and China
US and Chinese officials said the second-phase trade agreement seemed less likely as the two countries were struggling to conclude the first-stage agreement.
OPEC and its allies are likely to cut production until mid-2020 at the next meeting
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said there was clear evidence that US President Donald Trump had used his position for personal gain
The Chinese Ministry of Commerce said China will strive to reach a preliminary trade agreement with the United States.
Oil prices rose more than 2% on Friday after a better-than-expected US crude inventory report
France and Germany sought to push for European leadership within NATO
US President Donald Trump said the United States was continuing talks with China, but gave no further details as the two sides tried to reach a trade deal before the looming tariffs came into effect next month
US stocks rose today as the market welcomed Washington's grant to extend US companies to do business with Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei after it was blacklisted by the United States in May
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