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  • Global finance officials argue benefits of free trade

    Global finance officials argue benefits of free trade

    Lagarde also noted on Wednesday that the International Monetary Fund would listen to all of its members, and work for "free and fair" trade. "All countries, of course, should guard against what I have called the self-inflicted wounds, such as restrictions, subsidies and other trade distortions that reduce competition and economic openness", she said.

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  • Justice Dept. sends warning letter to sanctuary cities

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions has said that cities and states hoping to receive federal funds or grants must comply with federal law requiring local authorities to share citizenship or immigrant status of individuals to the Immigration and Naturalization Service if requested.

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  • IMF revises up 2017 global economic forecast

    IMF revises up 2017 global economic forecast

    Projections are up 0.2 percent from earlier reports, which had growth at 1.5 percent. The IMF estimated emerging markets and developing economies will grow by 4.5 percent in 2017 and 4.8 percent in 2018, the same forecast as that of January.

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  • Llaman a cerrar filas con Macron — Francia

    Llaman a cerrar filas con Macron — Francia

    Once candidatos participaron en la elección presidencial de este año. Consciente de que su tercer-cuarto lugar, empatado con el izquierdista Jean-Luc Mélenchon, con un 19% de los votos, podría ahondar aún más la crisis actual que divide al establishment conservador, Fillon intentó asumir la culpa.

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  • FMI reconoce solidez de fundamentos macroeconómicos en México

    FMI reconoce solidez de fundamentos macroeconómicos en México

    El objetivo final es aprovechar lo mejor del comercio. A esta cautela se suma lo ocurrido en cumbre del G20 que tuvo lugar en paralelo a los encuentros del FMI , y en la que Alemania, que ocupa la presidencia rotatoria del grupo, decidió no emitir un comunicado como era tradicional y evitar así "especulaciones", en palabras de Wolfang Schäuble, ministro de Finanzas.

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  • LafargeHolcim CEO to step down over Syria probe

    LafargeHolcim CEO to step down over Syria probe

    The company now said the findings from the investigation also confirm that, although these measures were instigated by local and regional management, selected members of Group management were aware of circumstances indicating that violations of Lafarge's established standards of business conduct had taken place.

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  • China es un ejemplo de apertura comercial: Presidente de Banco Mundial

    A estas crisis se suman los cambios por el avance tecnológico. La economía mundial transita una fase de recuperación, con una inflación subyacente en alza. "Nosotros continuamos argumentando que el libre comercio, una mayor apertura, es crítica para el futuro del mundo, y si bien hay países individuales que quizá decidan ver hacia atrás (para volver al proteccionismo), eso no quiere decir que todos lo van a hacer", indicó Kim.

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  • Facebook murder suspect found dead

    The suspected shooter, Steve Stephens , fatally shot himself after a brief pursuit by Pennsylvania State Police officers on Tuesday, ending a two-day nationwide manhunt, police said. The McDonald's employee called police as Stephens proceeded down the drive-thru, DuCharme said. "We disabled the suspect's account within 23 minutes of receiving the first report about the murder video, and two hours after receiving a report of any kind", Osofsky said.

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  • US Will Not Issue Drilling Waivers to Russia Sanctions

    US Will Not Issue Drilling Waivers to Russia Sanctions

    American oil giant Exxon Mobil is seeking the green light from President Trump's administration in order to resume drilling around the Black Sea with a state-owned Russian corporation. The company sought to resume oil drilling in several areas of the Black Sea banned by United States sanctions on Russian Federation. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that the US sanctions imposed against Russian Federation in response to its aggression in Ukraine will "remain in place" until Russian ...

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  • Turnout by noon in French presidential election slightly higher than 2012

    With Macron topping the first round of the French presidential election, projections show that he is set to face Front National's Marine Le Pen in a race that has knocked France's traditional political parties out of the running. Her backers would clearly have preferred her to have come first Sunday - or at least to be facing someone other than Macron in the run-off. Macron, 39, hopes to take the centrist path to the Elysee Palace, gathering support from left and right with promises to boost ...

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  • Pence embraces U.S.-Australia partnership after Trump spat

    Australia's relationship with the new administration in Washington got off to a rocky start when Trump lambasted Turnbull over the resettlement arrangement, which Trump labelled a " dumb " deal. According to Pence, a stronger American economy is synonymous to a stronger economy for all of its trading partners, which include Australia. The Vice President also reportedly stressed the importance of finding ways to work with the leadership in Australia to help investment, trade, jobs and ...

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  • Emmanuel Macron vs Marine Le Pen for the second round

    With his words, he drew a sharp contrast with his opponent, who has floated the idea of referendum - dubbed "Frexit" - on whether to leave or remain in the European Union. It was expected that Macron would get through so I'm not sure there will be significant further (euro) moves tomorrow. Emmanuel Macron has won the first round of the French presidential election, according to projections of the result.

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  • US Treasury's Mnuchin urges IMF to enhance FX surveillance

    US Treasury's Mnuchin urges IMF to enhance FX surveillance

    As the International Monetary Fund and World Bank kicked off what are normally staid meetings, with central bankers and finance ministers from 189 member countries gathering in Washington, anti-free trade rhetoric in the United States and Europe created a tense atmosphere.

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  • Diageo plc 13.7% Potential Upside Indicated by JP Morgan Cazenove

    The company had a trading volume of 6,651 shares. Restaurant Group PLC (LON:RTN) has declined 5.34% since September 21, 2016 and is downtrending. HSBC has "Hold" rating and GBX 245 target. On Monday, September 28 the stock rating was maintained by Jefferies with "Underperform". The stock of Vernalis plc (LON:VER) earned "Buy" rating by Canaccord Genuity on Friday, May 20.

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  • Flying Scotsman to measure up to modern trains in 'unique' railway event

    The Flying Scotsman and Virgin Trains' new Azuma travel in the same direction alongside two of the rail operator's present day fleet. Enthusiasts seeking to catch a glimpse of the trains were urged to remain behind safety boundaries. The event also took place when no regular services were scheduled to use the section of the line. The Flying Scotsman and Virgin Trains' new Azuma travel in the same direction alongside two of the rail operator's present day fleet - to depict the past, ...

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  • France's Macron bills himself the 'patriots' candidate' vs Le Pen

    Another projection , from TF1/RTL, put Mr Macron and Ms Le Pen neck and neck in the first round. Only a decade ago, France's two traditional major parties - the conservative Republicans and the Socialists - won 57 percent of the vote between them in the first round of the country's presidential elections.

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  • Detienen en Corea del Norte a otro ciudadano estadounidense

    La detención fue confirmada por Martina Aberg, jefa de misión adjunta en la Embajada de Suecia en Pyongyang . La Embajada de Suecia representa los intereses de Estados Unidos en Corea del Norte dado que estos dos últimos países no tienen relaciones diplomáticas directas.

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  • El Barcelona vence al Real Madrid 3-2

    El Barcelona vence al Real Madrid 3-2

    Las redes sociales han sido el perfecto medio por el que millones de seguidores de ambos equipos han identificado los factores que influyeron para que se diera el adverso resultado para el Madrid. Su nómina goleadora se cierra con su participación en el mundial de clubes, donde ha marcado cinco goles en cinco partidos. Los 500 goles los logró en 577 partidos.

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  • El FMI estima que Argentina alcanzará una inflación del 25,6% en 2017

    Actualizado el 18 de abril de 2017 12:17 PM El Fondo Monetario Internacional ( FMI ) difundió este martes sus previsiones económicas para los países del mundo en 2017 y 2018. "La actividad económica mundial está repuntando y, por su parte, la inversión, la manufactura y el comercio internacional están experimentando una recuperación cíclica largamente esperada", señaló el documento, presentado al inicio de la reunión de primavera del FMI y el Banco Mundial que se celebra esta semana en ...

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  • Oposición venezolana marcha nuevamente contra presidente Maduro

    AFP | La oposición venezolana marchará de nuevo este jueves en todo el país para mantener la la presión contra el presidente Nicolás Maduro, luego de tres semanas de violentas protestas que dejan ocho muertos . Alfredo Romero, director de la organización humanitaria Foro Penal Venezolano , dijo a la AP que "más de 500 personas fueron arrestadas" el miércoles en toda Venezuela.

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  • México con fortaleza para mantener línea de crédito flexible: FMI

    México con fortaleza para mantener línea de crédito flexible: FMI

    Para el Fondo, es clave que se difumine la incertidumbre sobre política fiscal en Estados Unidos . Consideró además que la implementación en México de las reformas estructurales en los sectores energético, laboral, de telecomunicaciones y financiero "estimularán previsiblemente el crecimiento alrededor de medio punto porcentual a mediano plazo".

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  • Carrier group heads for Korean waters as Trump calls leaders

    Carrier group heads for Korean waters as Trump calls leaders

    Reclusive North Korea said at the weekend it was ready to sink the US aircraft carrier, which Trump had ordered to waters off the Korean peninsula as a warning to the North. "We will keep dealing with (the issue) by continuing to coordinate closely with the United States and maintaining advanced surveillance and warning readiness", Abe said.

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  • Corea del Norte está dispuesto a demostrar poderío militar

    El Vinson y la flota que lo acompaña se encuentran en la región en medio de crecientes tensiones en torno al programa misilístico norcoreano y los temores occidentales de que Pyongyang esté planeando un sexto ensayo nuclear. No se sabe con certeza el motivo de su arresto. La detención es la última en una serie de nacionales estadounidenses arrestados en Corea del Norte .

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