Trump wants 'very big deal' with China, Aging Japan increasingly turns to robot caretakers, Deutsche Bank back in the profit zone
Southeast Asian leaders have gathered in Bangkok for a three-day summit expected to be dominated by trade. ASEAN members are trying to finalize a China-backed plan to create the world's biggest free trade area.
Once a critic of low interest rates, President Trump is now calling for zero or negative rates in the US. Some believe the measure will prevent another economic crisis but will require Trump to play up the positives.
Donald Trump says his administration will enter into an initial bilateral trade deal with Japan in the coming weeks. But the fate of cars and a currency clause remain unresolved.
The "minideal" is a rare compromise by the US president, who has displayed a penchant for launching trade wars in pursuit of comprehensive trade deals. What's prompting Donald Trump to back down from his hawkish stance?
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