Trump has pulled the world's biggest economy out of the Trans Pacific Partnership, a trade agreement among 12 nations promoted by his predecessor Barack Obama's administration. Now, the 11 remaining countries want to move on.
The president wrote that the Fed is "the only problem our economy has." Wall Street stocks plunged for a fourth straight session despite Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin's efforts to reassure investors.
The Trump administration received a setback over its new rules banning asylum for people who illegally cross the US border. The judges denied a White House plea to allow the ban while lower courts address its legality.
The campaign tone in the US midterm elections is turning ever more aggressive. But with his threat to use weapons against migrants, President Trump has overstepped the line, writes DW’s Dagmar Engel.
This weekend in Buenos Aires, the so-called "Group of 20" meets for the 13th time. But what exactly is this group of global economic powers and how significant are their annual gatherings?
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