"The Commerce ministry welcomed Wednesday’s WTO ruling against Obama-era anti-subsidy tariffs on Chinese goods. The decision "proves that the US side has violated WTO rules and repeatedly abused trade remedy measures..."
"Mozilla is pressing pause on our Facebook advertising. When Facebook takes stronger action in how it shares customer data, specifically strengthening its default privacy settings for third party apps, we’ll consider returning."
Yesterday, we showed that according to Wall Street , the biggest tail risk facing investors right now is a "trade war" and that should trade tensions escalate, lower stock prices would be the immediate result. Today, this is precisely what is happening.
"...the peoples of Europe are drifting apart...the political divide in Europe may now be hard to roll back absent a shift in focus to national priorities that pay urgent attention to the needs of those being left behind."