Biden and Macron pledge unity against Russia and discuss the trade dispute

WASHINGTON (AP) – Presidents Joe Biden And Emmanuel Macron He pledged to maintain a united front against Russia on Thursday amid growing concerns about waning support for Ukraine’s war effort in the United States and Europe. Biden has also indicated that he may be willing to amend aspects of his climate legislation that have alarmed … Read more

Europe’s anti-American itch – Politico

Click play to listen to this article expressed by artificial intelligence. BERLIN – It’s getting cold in Europe, and so is the economy cisterns And the citizens get it Insomnia. There is only one answer: Blame America. Signaling across the Atlantic has long been a favorite diversionary tactic for Europe’s political elites when things start … Read more

Tesla’s dominance in electric cars is waning as cheaper cars enter the market

Tesla It remains the best-selling electric vehicle brand in the United States, but its dominance is eroding as competitors offer a growing number of more affordable models, according to a report Tuesday from S&P Global Mobility. The data firm found that Tesla’s market share of new registered electric vehicles in the US reached 65% during … Read more

Fed Minutes, Bank of Korea Decision, Sri Lanka

Malaysian stocks rose with the announcement of the Prime Minister’s State Palace Listed shares rose in Malaysia as the state palace announce Anwar Ibrahim, Prime Minister of the nation. pointer KLCI Index It was trading up 3.86% following the previous negative sessions, and it traded at the highest levels in more than two months. communication … Read more

European markets open for closing, stock movements, news and data

Stocks on the go: Virgin Money up 13%, IDS down 5% Virgin Money Shares jumped more than 13% to top the Stoxx 600 in early trade after the company reported an increase in pre-tax profit for the 2022 financial year and announced a £50m ($59.4m) share buyback programme. At the bottom of the cursor, an … Read more

APEC Summit involving Xi Jinping, Kamala Harris and other leaders

Kamala Harris to reaffirm the commitment to Southeast Asia, and hold talks with the Thai Prime Minister US Vice President Kamala Harris is expected to reaffirm Washington’s commitment to Southeast Asia during her trips to Thailand and the Philippines, a senior administration official told reporters in a background briefing earlier this week. The vice president … Read more

Hong Kong stocks rose more than 4% as technology stocks rose; Chinese activity data is disappointing

One expert says fertilizer is key to getting the Black Sea grain deal started again A greater focus on fertilizer will help lower the global cost of food and secure an extension of the Black Sea Agreement, said Michael Vatikiotis, senior advisor at the Center for Humanitarian Dialogue. He explained that 70% of fertilizer production … Read more

Hong Kong shares jump after China reduces quarantine period, up more than 7%

The Chinese yuan is at its strongest level in more than a month after China eased Covid measures The Chinese yuan hit its strongest level in more than a month after China announced some easing of Covid measures. wild Chinese yuan It recently traded at 7.0949 against the US dollar, the strongest levels the currency … Read more

Shares in Hong Kong rose more than 2% as Chinese trade data missed estimates

High interest rates and food inflation are headwinds for the Indian economy State Bank of India chief Dinesh Kumar Khara told CNBC’s Squawk Books Asia on Monday that the two threats the Indian economy will face in 2023 are inflation and rising interest rates. Khara said there is a risk that India and other economies … Read more

Crisis-stricken Cuba is stuck between its ally Russia and the neighboring United States

HAVANA (AFP) – When Hurricane Ian swept through western Cuba in late September, causing power outages across the island, it left the government grappling with a deep energy crisis and simmering resentment among Cubans. It has also pushed once again the Caribbean island into the middle of an escalating tug of war between its coastal … Read more