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US-China trade talks to a standstill, German data in focus

European equities fell slightly lower on Thursday morning as US-China trade negotiations appeared to be jammed. The pan-European Stoxx 600 was 0.15% below threshold, with cars slipping 1.5% and causing losses, while food and beverages gained 0.4%. Just one month after the agreement in principle on the so-called first phase of a trade agreement, the two largest economies in the …

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Life in Kashmir comes to a standstill after the collapse of India

Editor's note: Al Jazeera has withheld the identity of the reporter (s) of this story for security reasons. Srinagar, Indian-administered Kashmir – For a third consecutive day, Indian-administered Kashmir has been strictly blocked by the Indian security forces after the repeal of the special status of the Muslim majority state. The booming tourism industry in the Himalayan region has come …

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Thunder's attempts to bring Paul to a standstill

Oklahoma City's talks to relocate nine-time All-Star guard Chris Paul to a new destination have been halted and there is a growing expectation that he will start the season with thunder, sources in the league said ESPN announced. Oklahoma City has collaborated with Paul and his agents to find a trade, but nothing is so deeply rooted in the summer-free …

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The unpaid bills of the NRA could bring NRATV to a standstill

The National Rifle Association is overdue with $ 1,600,000 in unpaid bills with more than a new judicial submission by the long-time advertising agency revealed. On Wednesday, Ackerman McQueen, an advertising agency that has been known for years, has been working with the National Rifle Association, leading the media arm of the NRATV arms group, which has petitioned for an …

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Employment growth nearly comes to a standstill in May – the number of private employees rises by 27,000

Job creation nearly came to a standstill in May, which is another sign that US economic slowdown is slowing down. According to a report from Wednesday's contract processing firm ADP and Moody's Analytics, companies created just 27,000 new jobs during the month, far below Dow Jones estimates of 173,000. The value was the worst since the beginning of economic expansion, …

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Secretary of State Pompeo rejects the idea of ​​a standstill of the North Korean summit

CLOSE Here's the last one for Thursday, February 28: The Trump-Kim summit ends abruptly without consultation; Michael Cohen returns to more testimony from the congress; Political policeman arrested in North Carolina; Northern California floods 2,000 homes and buildings. AP WASHINGTON – Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo refuses to say whether he believes Kim Jong Un did not know about the ill-treatment …

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Dow rises 300 points at standstill and oil business

The Dow jumped more than 300 points on Tuesday after politicians in the United States tentatively agreed on a plan to avert another government shutdown. Equities also rose after Saudi Arabia decided to reduce oil production. The Nasdaq gained 1.4% and the broader S & P 500 gained 1.3%. Congressional negotiators agreed on a general agreement late Monday to prevent …

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China is back in business US standstill risk; Brexit bites

The Shanghai Composite gained 1.4% on its first day of trading in the year of the pig. The tech-heavy Shenzhen Composite rose nearly 3%. This is a big week in the trade dispute between the United States and China. The trade talks between the countries have been resumed. US Representative Robert Lighthizer and US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will travel …

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Federal employees return to work after a long standstill – but how long?

Hundreds of thousands of federal employees returned to work Monday morning after losing paychecks for more than a month during the longest government suspension. However, the fears of a further standstill are no closer. Runtime financing agreements, although they gave themselves the opportunity to negotiate. After approximately 800,000 government employees and contractors were either dismissed or asked to pay for …

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