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US and Canada to Resume NATO talks Tuesday

Talks to bridge the differences between the United States and Canada to salvage the North American Free Trade Agreement will resume in Washington on Tuesday, a Canadian spokesman said Monday.

US Stocks Higher Ahead of US-China Trade Talks

Wall Street stocks rose Monday ahead US-China trade talks that have lifted hopes for an agreement after months of tit-for-tat tariff announcements, including those due to hit this week.

Wall Street Ends Higher on US-China Trade Hopes

Wall Street stocks finished solidly higher for a second straight session on Friday on hopes of a breakthrough in US-China trade talks.

Trump Says DC Rained On Military Parade, Will Go To Paris Instead

President Donald Trump said Friday he had cancelled a military parade planned for November due to high costs — hours after the Pentagon indefinitely postponed the much-maligned event — and would instead head to Paris for ceremonies marking the end of World War I.

Hours Ahead of Meeting Kim Jong Un, Trump Tweets About Stock Market

Just hours ahead of his historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, US President Donald Trump lauded his economic policy its impact on the American stock market.

Beverly Hills News – Friar’s Club Developers Return for Request Overlay Zone for Luxury Housing at Planning Commission

The applicants for a project located at 9908 South Santa Monica Boulevard will come before the Planning Commission Thursday to request a Residential Overlay Zone have submitted  a modified project for consideration, with 27 luxury condominiums, an increase from 3,541 to 10,500 square feet of ground floor retail in a commercial zone, an FAR increase from 2.59 to 2.87:1, and other changes, many of which are not reflected in the schematic submitted to planning staff. 

British Airways Orders 200 Boeing 737 MAX Planes

US aircraft giant Boeing got a welcome vote of confidence in its beleaguered 737 MAX plane on Tuesday when International Airlines Group, owner of British Airways, said it wanted to buy 200 of the planes.

Beverly Hills Puts Emphasis On Art In BOLD Summer 2019 Plans

The City of Beverly Hills is gearing up for a jam-packed summer of bold events in conjunction with its BOLD (Beverly Hills Open Later Days) summer programming.

Mexico’s Economy Shrinks In First Quarter with New President

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador got two troubling pieces of news Tuesday as the economy registered a surprise contraction in his first quarter in office and state oil company Pemex posted a steep loss.

US and Canada to Resume NATO talks Tuesday

Talks to bridge the differences between the United States and Canada to salvage the North American Free Trade Agreement will resume in Washington on Tuesday, a Canadian spokesman said Monday.

US Stocks Higher Ahead of US-China Trade Talks

Wall Street stocks rose Monday ahead US-China trade talks that have lifted hopes for an agreement after months of tit-for-tat tariff announcements, including those due to hit this week.

Venezuelans Brace as Controversial Bank Notes Target Hyper Inflation

Venezuelans reacted nervously on Monday as President Nicolas Maduro rolled out his radical new plan to curb spiraling hyperinflation by slashing five zeros off the oil-rich, cash-poor country's crippled currency.

Tariffs, Tariff Threats, Talks: Trump Faces Key Week on Trade

The United States on Monday launched into a key week for trade policy, with Washington due to slap fresh tariffs on a host of Chinese goods even as it holds hearings to target thousands more.

Wall Street Ends Higher on US-China Trade Hopes

Wall Street stocks finished solidly higher for a second straight session on Friday on hopes of a breakthrough in US-China trade talks.

Trump Says DC Rained On Military Parade, Will Go To Paris Instead

President Donald Trump said Friday he had cancelled a military parade planned for November due to high costs — hours after the Pentagon indefinitely postponed the much-maligned event — and would instead head to Paris for ceremonies marking the end of World War I.

Trump Threatens to Raise Tariffs on Chinese Goods to 25% from 10%

The United States may jack up the tariff rate on the next $200 billion in Chinese imports it plans to target as it pressures Beijing to reform its trade practices, US officials said Wednesday.
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