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U.S. housing starts fall to more than two-year low

Reuters, Released on 2/26/19 U.S. homebuilding data showed construction of both single and multi-family housing falling to a more than two-year low in December as Continue……

North Korea has been studying Vietnam’s reforms for years

CNBC, Released on 2/24/19 Are pro-market economic reforms coming to North Korea? Or are they already here? North Korea’s young leader has already allowed some markets in his country to…

The US government just made clear it’s going to go after all tech from Chinese companies

CNBC, Released on 2/25/19 We write to express our concern over the national security threat products manufactured by Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. (Huawei) pose to our nation’s critical energy infrastructure.…

Global sovereign debt to peak at $50,000,000,000,000 this year

RT, Released on 2/24/19 According to ratings agency S&P Global, governments will borrow an equivalent of $7.78 trillion this year, which will take the global sovereign debt to $50 trillion…

Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic sends first test passenger on spaceflight

CNBC, Released on 2/22/19 “We have a 3rd crew member in the cabin of SpaceShipTwo today, Chief Astronaut Instructor, Beth Moses. She will provide human validation for the data we…

U.S., China making progress on stickiest trade war issues: Reuters

Reuters, Released on 2/20/19 Negotiators are making progress on six key issues in the US-Sino trade war: forced technology transfer and cyber theft, intellectual property rights, currency manipulation Continue……

WTO warns of global trade slowdown as indicator hits nine-year low

Reuters, Released on 2/19/19 “This sustained loss of momentum highlights the urgency of reducing trade tensions, which together with continued political risks and financial volatility could foreshadow a broader Continue……

China’s Top Problem Isn’t The Trade War

Forbes, Released on 2/17/19 Soaring home prices are making it impossible for the country’s average citizen to buy a home. And that damages the country’s long-term growth prospects, far more…