Map. History of Business conflict

18 January 2018
Mexico-EU free trade deal should be finished in a few weeks - official
US planning to sell $500 million in Patriot and HAWK missile system parts to Saudi Arabia. "The proposed sale of this equipment and support will not alter the basic military balance in the region," State Dept says
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 26K for the first time ever, closing at a new 1,000 point milestone in 8 trading days; fastest in history. The Nasdaq, and S&P 500 also closed the day at record highs.
FED's kaplan: the FED is going to need to monitor cryptocurrencies
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Apple says it will contribute more than $350 billion over the next five years to the US economy through investments, will add "over 20,000 new jobs through hiring at existing campuses and opening a new one"
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Citi sees bitcoin potentially halving in value again
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Netanyahu, flanked by his national security adviser, told us aboard plane to Mumbai that the spike deal is back on.
Pakistani National Accountability Bureau summons Shehbaz in connection with Ashiana housing scheme inquiry
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Goldman Sachs bond, forex and commodities trading down 50 percent, institutional client services down 34 percent $GS
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'Abnormal flooding' isolates 11 villages in Catanduanes town
Saudi Arabia deposited 2 billion dollars in Yemen's Central Bank to protect the local currency
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Ex-President of South Korea Lee denounces prosecution investigation as 'political retaliation'
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Russia's Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has signed two regulations which allow Russian companies to limit the amount of information they disclose in order to reduce the risks arising from doing deals with sanctioned organisations.
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South Koreas Finance minister vows to offer support for job creation by large firms
According to figures published by China, the US trade deficit with Beijing grew 10% in 2017 to $275.8 billion
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Swiss food giant Nestle agrees to sell US chocolate business to Nutella maker Ferrero for $2.9 billion
Chinese rating agency sees US as bigger debt risk than Botswana
Dow tops 26,000 at open, marking its fastest 1,000-point rise.
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About 1.5 million IDPs registered in Ukraine - Social Policy Ministry
US dollar price drops below 8 Libyan dinars at the black market for the first time in months to sold at 7.8 in morning trading
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Forensic audit of PrivatBank showed a $ 5.5 billion loss before its nationalization. Laundering of money and fraudulent activities were carried out for at least 10 years.
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Vietnam unveiled new heavy sniper rifle produced under licence from Russia
EU to remove Panama, seven others from tax haven blacklist: source
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Bitcoin slides 14 percent on crackdown fears, hits four-week low
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Bitcoin slides 11 percent on day to hit 4-week low of $12,020 on Bitstamp exchange
Japan's largest bank, MUFG is launching its own virtual currency exchange
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Roman Waschuk:According to PwC estimates, Ukraine IT exports amounted to US$3.6B in 2017, expected to hit $4.5B in 2018. 116K programmers employed at avg wage $1600/month; jobs expectd to double to 242K by 2025.
Spanish prosecutors open money laundering investigation into €30m of proceeds from crime Sergei Magnitsky exposed. Money was spent by Russians on real estate. Case headed by Jose Grinda, famous prosecutor who brought down Russian mafia in Spain
Saudi Ritz-Carlton to re-open after holding royals in govt purge: sources
Scottish government says no deal for UK with EU after Brexit would mean 8.5 percent hit to Scottish GDP by 2030