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· Vaccine Hopes: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Wednesday 7/15/20) →
Cramer and the AAP team are looking at everything from earnings and tariffs to the Federal Reserve.
· No-deal Brexit would hit 'red wall' areas hard, manufacturers warn →
In their regional economic outlook report, Make UK and BDO said regions with formerly solid Labour “red wall” constituencies had a high dependence on exports to the EU, as well as a higher-than-average dependence on manufacturing, which would put them at most risk from a no-deal scenario with barriers to trade and tariffs.
· Boris Johnson's single market plan to stop Nicola Sturgeon exploiting Brexit loophole →
Ministers are understood to be concerned that nationalist politicians of the devolved assemblies in Scotland or Wales could attempt to undermine the Union by imposing tariffs or even blockading English goods.
· América Móvil, S.A.B. de C.V. (AMX) CEO Daniel Hajj on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
We have some tariff countries around the world including Brazil, continuing to stop using Huawei equipment for tag networks.
· The New Deal Is A Bad Old Deal →
And like Hoover, Trump uses tariffs to protect farmers and businesses from foreign competition deemed unfair.
· Atmanirbhar Bharat: Fixing flawed design important →
Worse still, raising import tariffs and creating barriers for Chinese imports will attract retaliatory measures, which if imposed in any of the strategic sectors where India critically depends on Chinese imports, could throttle many an industry of material and strategic significance in India.
· Urgent warning to British households as coronavirus sends energy bills sky rocketing →
The average cost of the cheapest 25 tariffs was up by three percent between April 1 and July 6.
· India urges WTO members to reconsider moratorium on duties on e-commerce →
While the profits and revenues of digital players are rising steadily, the ability of the governments to check these imports and generate additional tariff revenues is being severely limited because of the moratorium on e-commerce, it added.
· Most Australians mistakenly think China is largest source of foreign investment, poll finds →
Early evidence of “the danger for Australia” was China’s decision to open the door to barley imports from the US about the time Beijing imposed steep tariffs on Australian barley.
· Freeports plan will have 'negligible' benefit to UK economy, trade experts warn →
The UK Trade Policy Observatory said its analysis had found that the policy would have little effect in the UK because tariffs were already low.