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Weekly Wrap

Are we moving away from a global free market?

by Kai Ryssdal Mar 2, 2018
We look at how tariffs could affect current trade deals after Trump's surprise announcement this week.
President Trump participates in a meeting with leaders of the steel and aluminum industries at the White House on March 1.
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Investors ponder safe havens amid market volatility

by Andy Uhler Feb 7, 2018
The last few days have seen big swings in the global stock markets. During such volatile times, investors often shift their assets to what are called safe-haven currencies, traditionally the Japanese yen or Swiss franc. Why does that happen, and…
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Tick, tock

by Kai Ryssdal Jan 19, 2018
Time is running out to avert a government shutdown.
The U.S. Capitol is seen as lawmakers work to avert a government shutdown today in Washington, D.C.
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Global markets react to first presidential debate

by Marketplace Staff Sep 27, 2016
The international financial community seems to have judged Clinton the winner.
An issue of the publication La Jornada, in Mexico City, displays a story about last night's presidential debate. 
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China is bullish on growth targets

by Nova Safo Mar 7, 2016
China's new 5-year economic plan has growth targets of 6.5% - an ambitious goal.
An investor makes his way in front of a screen showing stock market movements in a securities firm in Fuyang, east China's Anhui province on March 2, 2016. Shanghai stocks closed more than four percent higher on March 2 as investors stormed into the market on hopes of further measures to stimulate the slowing economy, dealers said. 
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Japan's interest rates go negative

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jan 29, 2016
Japan's central bank introduces negative interest rates in a bid to spur investment.
Governor of the Bank of Japan (BoJ) Haruhiko Kuroda explains his negative interest rate plan using a board during his regular press conference in Tokyo on January 29, 2016.
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Beyond the markets, China's real economy is what matters

by Scott Tong Jan 7, 2016
Decline in China's imports of natural resources has global economic consequences

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