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Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Huileng Tan

China's Xi preaches 'openness' and 'cooperation' after Trump comes out swinging

Chinese President Xi Jinping talks about the value of international "cooperation" and economic "openness.". Xi makes his comments at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit in Da Nang, Vietnam.. His APEC address follows one from President Donald Trump, who also called for openness — but with a harsher tone.
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Huileng Tan

Xi Jinping makes big promises for China's economic future

Chinese President Xi Jinping said Wednesday that China supports an open world economy and pledged further liberalization of its market to foreign investors. Those promises came as he touted the benefits of a socialist system at the opening of the 19th Communist Party Congress.
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Stacey Yuen

Rise of far right in Germany could hurt the euro zone, analysts say

The apparent rise of the far right in Germany could exert a widely damaging impact on Europe's economy. French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have been united in pushing for liberal euro zone reforms. But Merkel's unconvincing win in Sunday's election could make it difficult for the chancellor to implement consistent policies, or complete her term. Macron's party also suffered a hit in the Senate elections over the weekend, which were dominated by the country's conservative Republican party
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Berkeley Lovelace Jr.

Wilbur Ross: Trump doesn't want to 'unnecessarily irritate' Congress on the path to tax reform

On Friday, CNBC reported that the White House is softening its stance on trade — including on steel and NAFTA — as it seeks to preserve Republican votes on tax reform.

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Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Jeff Cox

Fed approves October reversal of historic stimulus, leaves rates unchanged

U.S. central bank announced it will begin to roll off its $4.5 trillion balance sheet in October. The Fed did not raise its benchmark interest rate. Officials projected one fewer rate hike than initially forecast by 2019. The Fed also reduced its outlook for inflation, cutting its expectation from 1.7 percent this year to 1.5 percent, and from 2 percent to 1.9 percent in 2018.
Argentina CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Dawn Kissi

Argentina's Mauricio Macri puts bad days in the rearview mirror, but a familiar foe looms

President Mauricio Macri has opened up Argentina's economy and pushed market-friendly reforms. The government expects stronger growth and lower inflation next year. Former President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has stoked concerns that she could hamper Macri's efforts.
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Fred Imbert

Trump hints at stopping trade with countries that do business with North Korea after nuclear test

Among countries that would be affected are India, Russia, and Pakistan, but most importantly China. China is also one of the U.S.' largest trading partners, and a lifeline to the North Korean regime. Trump's tweet came just hours after North Korean state television said the isolationist country successfully tested a hydrogen bomb
Argentina CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía

Argentina reserves right to legal action on U.S. biodiesel duties

Argentina is investigating all options and reserves the right to take legal action over the United States imposing steep duties on imports of its biodiesel, the foreign ministry said in a statement on Thursday.
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Matthew Yglesias

Justin Trudeau, unlike Trump, is taking NAFTA renegotiation really seriously

While the United States spent most of last week embroiled in a controversy over whether some neo-Nazis are "fine people" and whether launching an armed rebellion against the federal government to preserve slavery is worth commemorating, the Canadian political system was mobilizing around the more prosaic subject of renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Jeff Cox

Fed Chair Yellen set to deliver what could be historic speech in Jackson Hole

Fed Chair Janet Yellen will be speaking Friday during the central bank's annual conference in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The topic of the speech is financial stability, and Fed watchers are looking for Yellen to lay out a blueprint for the future. Yellen's term expires in February, and President Donald Trump has not indicated whether he will reappoint her.
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Karen Gilchrist

China's 'Belt and Road' initiative could be the next risk to the global financial system

China's "Belt and Road" initiative aims to create physical and digital connections between more than 60 countries. But some are worried that the project could create a problem for China's banking sector — which would be a problem for the world
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Regional Saheli Roy Choudhury

Cash is useless in Venezuela thanks to hyperinflation — so people are turning to bitcoin

To survive Venezuela's hyperinflation, many have taken to mining bitcoin to afford basic necessities, according to the Atlantic. It is also made affordable due to the low cost of power in the country's heavily-subsidized electricity market. Bitcoin miners can make as much as $500 a month, which is enough to afford things such as baby diapers and insulin from overseas.
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional

Fitch: US 'AAA' rating at risk if debt ceiling not raised

The U.S. currently holds a 'AAA' credit rating, the highest available. Credit ratings agency Fitch said failing to raise the debt ceiling would prompt it to review the U.S. sovereign rating, "with potentially negative implications."
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional

China warns it will 'take action to defend interests' if US harms trade ties

The United States should not destroy principles of multilateralism, China's Ministry of Commerce warned on Tuesday
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Huileng Tan

China's economic problems are exactly why its global influence is expanding

Slowing economic growth in China is spurring its top leadership to expand the country's influence beyond its shores. China's efforts follow similar longstanding efforts by neighbors Japan and South Korea. China is also trying to buy its way into influence with its massive investment
Política CNBC - Estados Unidos Política Internacional

China says willing to pay the price for new North Korea sanctions

The latest U.N. sanctions will cost China but Beijing is committed to enforcing the new measures, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said
Argentina CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía

OECD calls for greater autonomy for Argentina's central bank

Argentina's central bank needs more autonomy to increase the effectiveness of its monetary policy, Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) Chief of Staff Gabriela Ramos said on Thursday during a visit to the country.
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional John W. Schoen

US sanctions have taken a big bite out of Russia's economy

Russia's economy already struggles under the weight of low oil prices, high inflation a bettered currency that has sent capital fleeing. The House of Representatives on Tuesday voted to step up sanctions on Russia.
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Alexandra Gibbs

Data, Fed speeches in the spotlight on Wall Street; oil eyed

U.S. stock index futures pointed to a relatively flat open on Tuesday, as investors prepared themselves for a slew of data announcements and speeches by members of the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Huilen Tang

China is focusing on the wrong things to fix its economy, says economist

China's capital controls have helped avoid a crisis, but it needs to fix fundamental problems. Property prices, meanwhile, have "a long way to fall" es un sitio web oficial del Gobierno Argentino