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Harley-Davidson Announces Overseas Move, Cites Tariffs

Harley-Davidson Announces Overseas Move, Cites Tariffs

Harley-Davidson sold 39,773 motorcycles in Europe in 2017, it said in its annual report . The new 31% import tariffs came into effect on June 22 and were imposed by the European Union as a response t...

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Brexit supporters urge Theresa May to walk away without European Union trade deal

Brexit supporters urge Theresa May to walk away without European Union trade deal

And it's been reported that last week, Boris Johnson dismissed business concerns with a four letter word. The letter insists that Britain can "flourish", even without a free trade deal, because of...

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Eurozone to end Greece bailout program

Eurozone to end Greece bailout program

Greece's current global bailout, the country's third rescue programme since 2010, ends in August. "The accepted criteria for all sides is that this solution be convincing for markets and embed the c...

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Wyoming's Enzi Applauds Supreme Court Online Tax Ruling

Wyoming's Enzi Applauds Supreme Court Online Tax Ruling

Brey, who also has an online business, has closed three stores. That makes me really think twice about whether or not we push online sales as a component of our company. Bean, do not. State official...

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AMC Takes on MoviePass With $20 Monthly Movie Pass

AMC Takes on MoviePass With $20 Monthly Movie Pass

He also admitted it's to "make sure that we can continue to offer a valuable service and support the whole enterprise". However, MoviePass holders have no limit on how many movies they can watch in ...

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Eurozone gets deal to pave way for end to Greece's bailout

Eurozone gets deal to pave way for end to Greece's bailout

Greek main opposition party New Democracy in a statement doubted whether Thursday's deal is the final solution to Greece's woes. "That means agreeing upfront measures to meaningfully lighten Greece'...

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Trump threatens 20pc tariff on all imported European Union cars

Trump threatens 20pc tariff on all imported European Union cars

Germany is the largest European manufacturer of automobiles, though Germany companies have a huge presence in the United States, with large factories in SC and Tennessee. "No, because the United Stat...

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OPEC meets Russian Federation and allies to agree oil output boost

OPEC meets Russian Federation and allies to agree oil output boost

Even after the group's decision had been announced, Trump was still tweeting hopefully about OPEC increasing production. They give Saudi Arabia and Russian Federation more room to ease consume...

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U.S. court backs states over web sales tax

U.S. court backs states over web sales tax

North Dakota could collect $20 to $50 million from online retailers after Thursday's Supreme Court ruling. That ruling held that a state can not require an out-of-state seller with no physical pres...

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Latin America Energy, Oil and Gas, News and Information

Latin America Energy, Oil and Gas, News and Information

Questions remain, however, over the ability of some OPEC nations - Iran and Venezuela in particular - to increase production as they struggle with domestic turmoil and sanctions. Prospects for a deal ...

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Oil prices spike sharply after OPEC fails to deliver

The contentious meeting took place under the shadow of vituperation from U.S. President Donald Trump, who anxious that high oil and gasoline prices would be politically painful ahead of midterm electi...

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Saudi shares higher after MSCI emerging markets upgrade

Saudi shares higher after MSCI emerging markets upgrade

Saudi is the third GCC country to be granted MSCI emerging market status - the UAE and Qatar were included into the index in 2014. Even without an Saudi Aramco IPO, Saudi Arabia's index would hav...

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Canada becomes second nation on earth to legalize and regulate marijuana

Canada becomes second nation on earth to legalize and regulate marijuana

Trudeau, who in 2013 said he had smoked a joint with friends "five or six times", justified legalization on the grounds that it would take traffickers out of the equation and protect young people. T...

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Trump threatens 20 percent tariff on European Union cars

Trump threatens 20 percent tariff on European Union cars

If the WTO rules in its favor, or after three years if the case is still going on, the European Union plans to impose further tariffs of 3.6 billion euros on US products. Beijing has vowed to immedi...

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Oil is rallying after OPEC reportedly strikes a deal to raise production

Oil is rallying after OPEC reportedly strikes a deal to raise production

He acknowledged not all of the cartel's members could increase output, in a reference to countries such as Venezuela. OPEC sources said Zanganeh also demanded at the meeting that USA sanctions be ...

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Chinese media say USA has 'paranoid delusions'

Chinese media say USA has 'paranoid delusions'

This report comes after the European Commission announced it approved initial retaliatory tariffs on US exports worth €2.8 billion ($3.2 billion). Canada and Mexico have also announced their own...

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Iran says doesn't think OPEC can reach deal

Opec moved closer on Friday towards boosting oil output as its leader Saudi Arabia appeared to have persuaded arch-rival Iran to cooperate, after major consumers warned of a supply shortage. Zangene...

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Saudi Arabia: Deal can be done this week to boost oil supply

Saudi Arabia: Deal can be done this week to boost oil supply

The arrangement runs to the end of 2018. The decision sparked concerns in the USA that China would turn to Iran as a potential oil supplier, buoying the Iranian market in the midst of the White ...

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China calls Trump's new tariff threats

China calls Trump's new tariff threats "blackmail"

The dollar index .DXY , which tracks the greenback against a basket of major currencies, was last up 0.24 percent at 95.02 after earlier reaching 95.296, its highest since last July. The Russell 2000 ...

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European Union retaliatory tariffs to hit USA products on Friday

The European Commission said it would start charging import duties of 25 per cent on products including bourbon, jeans and motorbikes, in response to the U.S. The tariffs are the latest in a tit-for-t...

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