Investors are pessimistic about the stablity of the US economy. DW asked Michael Burda of Humboldt University about the biggest challenges facing the world's largest economy.
The hostility between Turkey and Israel has resurfaced over recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Meanwhile, in terms of economic relations, trade between the countries has been growing steadily.
The world's largest economy has seen its total output expand by a rate that the US President had expected to see because of his tax and investment policy. But for all of 2017, the rate will be hard to maintain.
Almost three-quarters of global business analysts think US President Donald Trump is negatively affecting the world economy. Their gloomy conclusion comes despite record stock market highs, billed as the Trump boom.
Crossrail is London's much-anticipated $20-billion tube line, due to open in December 2018 under the name of the Elizabeth Line. DW met Andrew Wolstenholme, the CEO of Europe's biggest infrastructure project.
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