Donald Trump's tweets on stocks and his approval rating hint where the trade war with China may be heading
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Donald Trump likes to tweet about stocks, approval ratings and unfair trade practices, among other things.
Economists at BAML believe Trump will continue to target China on trade until US stocks or his Presidential approval rating begins to take a hit.
It thinks China will respond to any any additional tariffs from the US by staging a war of economic attrition.
US President is a prolific Tweeter, who likes to tweet about the US stock market, particularly when it is moving...
Footage shows the Toronto shooting suspect walking down a pavement, pulling out a handgun, and shooting at something off-camera.
Three gunshots can be heard before the video cuts out.
The suspect in the video is a white man dressed in dark clothing and a hat.
One woman was killed and 13 others injured in Sunday night's attack. The motive remains unclear.
You can watch the video below.
A video appears to show the Toronto shooting suspect pulling out a handgun and opening...
Mexico's populist president-elect wants to fix trade with the USA by appealing to Trump's 'anti-establishment' sensibilities
Mexican President-elect, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, sent a public letter to Trump urging them to work together as two leaders who put their citizens and voters before the establishment.
He asked Trump to help bring NAFTA talks to a close, which he said have damaged economic confidence in Mexico through uncertainty.
"I am encouraged by the fact that we both know how to do what we say, and we have both faced adversity with success… We manage to put our voters and citizens at...
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US-Iran tensions are heating up. "To Iranian President Rouhani: NEVER, EVER THREATEN THE UNITED STATES AGAIN OR YOU WILL SUFFER CONSEQUENCES THE LIKES OF WHICH FEW THROUGHOUT HISTORY HAVE EVER SUFFERED BEFORE," President Donald Trump tweeted at Iranian President Hassan Rouhani after he issued a warning to Trump earlier in the day.
The G20 calls for greater dialogue on trade tensions. "We...recognize the need to step up dialogue and actions to mitigate risks and...
Trump pivots to confronting Iran with the 'fire and fury' approach — and it could crush the Islamic republic
President Donald Trump told Iran to stop threatening the US or it would suffer historically epic consequences.
Trump was responding to a statement by Iran's president Hassan Rouhani.
Rouhani described a potential conflict with the US as 'the mother of all wars,' but also offered a vision of peace.
Trump's administration has visibly begun a campaign to undermine Iran's theocratic regime, and it looks like it could work.
President Donald Trump shot down a veiled vision of peace offered by...
4 men have been arrested for allegedly throwing acid on a 3-year-old while he was sitting in his stroller
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A boy, aged three, was doused with either acid or another corrosive substance while in a stroller outside a store in western England.
He suffered serious burns to his arms and face, and could suffer long-term implications.
Police say the child was "targeted" but there is no clear motive.
A 39-year-old man was arrested on Sunday, and three men in their 20s were arrested on Monday.
The rate of acid attacks in the UK has been rising, with the government forced to introduce new...
Deliveroo is calling for a "charter" that would give it more clarity about the rights it could offer contractors without risking their employment status.
The food delivery startup wants to offer training, insurance, and other benefits without having to employ its delivery riders full time.
A charter might also make some of Deliveroo's court battles with riders go away.
The company has warned that changing riders' employment status might make meal delivery more expensive.
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China is trying to become a player in the global pharmaceutical space, but a scandal involving shaky vaccines being given to babies as young as three months has caused outrage and doubt.
The case has gone viral in China, where sensitivity over food and drug safety is extremely high after a slew of scandals over the last decade.
According to the China Food and Drug Administration, Changsheng fabricated production records as well as product inspection records, and...
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1. Finance ministers and central bankers from the world's largest economies said on Sunday that heightened trade and geopolitical tensions risk derailing global growth and called for greater dialogue, according to the final communique of a G20 meeting. The weekend talks in Buenos Aires come amid an escalation in rhetoric in the trade conflict between the United States and China, the world's largest economies, which have so far...
Elon Musk and Deepmind's pledge to never build killer AI makes a glaring omission, says Oxford academic
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Tech leaders including Elon Musk and the cofounders of DeepMind signed a pledge last week to never develop "lethal autonomous weapons."
The letter argued that morally the decision to take a life should never be delegated to a machine, and automated AI weaponry could be disastrous.
Oxford academic Dr Mariarosaria Taddeo told Business Insider that while the pledge's intentions are good, it misses the real threat posed by AI in warfare.
European Union looks set to reject UK government's plans for the City of London post-Brexit.
The UK has proposed a system of "advanced equivalence" between Britain and the EU.
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier, however, plans to reject the UK's ideas, saying they would rob Brussels of autonomous decision-making ability.
The European Union late last week dealt a major blow to the UK's financial services sector in the lead up to Brexit, after negotiators rejected the plans...
Amazon reportedly issued a dark warning about Brexit creating 'civil unrest' in a private meeting with the UK government
Amazon has reportedly warned that if Britain crashes out of the European Union without a trade deal, it could spark "civil unrest" within two weeks.
The prediction was made by UK boss Douglas Gurr at a private meeting with the government last Friday, according to The Times.
Amazon has consistently said it remains committed to the UK after Brexit and intends to create 2,500 jobs in the country this year.
Amazon made a bleak prediction about Brexit in a behind-closed-doors...