Archiv: Dollar

14.07.2020 - 16:25 [ New York Times ]

Caught in ‘Ideological Spiral,’ U.S. and China Drift Toward Cold War

Relations are in free fall. Lines are being drawn. As the two superpowers clash over technology, territory and clout, a new geopolitical era is dawning.

15.05.2020 - 11:56 [ Bloomberg ]

Europe Stocks Rise While U.S. Futures Edge Higher: Markets Wrap

European stocks rose and U.S. equity futures eked out gains, trimming declines at the end of a week dogged by concern about a second wave of coronavirus infections and simmering tension between America and China. Oil climbed and Treasuries drifted.

08.10.2019 - 15:05 [ New York Times ]

Will the Supreme Court Hand Trump Even More Power?

The version of the “unitary executive” put forth by Mr. Trump, the Justice Department and the shareholders would open the door for a president to fire for any reason — even personal reasons unrelated to the public interest or even for no reason at all — any head of an administrative agency, including the heads of “independent agencies” like the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as well as the Federal Reserve, the Federal Trade Commission and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. (These agency heads are nominated by the president and confirmed by the Senate.)

20.06.2019 - 06:03 [ ]

US-Leitzins bleibt bei 2,25 bis 2,5 Prozent

Das Zielband für den Leitzins Fed Funds Rate verharre zwischen 2,25 und 2,50 Prozent, teilte die Fed gestern in Washington mit.

Im vergangenen Jahr hatte die US-Notenbank viermal die Zinsen angehoben. Die letzte Erhöhung im Dezember war die neunte Anhebung seit Ende 2015.

16.06.2019 - 12:09 [ ]

PM Imran suggests SCO biggies to ditch US Dollar for trade

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan had suggested ditching US dollar, urging the member states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) to finalise arrangements for trade in local currencies.

08.05.2019 - 15:57 [ ]

Handelskonflikt mit USA: Chinas Exporte sinken massiv

All das würde sich weiter verschlimmern, wenn US-Präsident Donald Trump seine Drohung wahr macht und die Sonderzölle auf chinesische Waren von Freitag an von zehn auf 25 Prozent erhöht.
Um das und damit eine weitere Eskalation des Handelskonflikts zu vermeiden, reist eine chinesische Handelsdelegation nach Washington, um Gespräche mit den USA zu führen.