President Donald Trump vetoed on Tuesday a bipartisan measure passed by Congress earlier this month demanding that he withdraw U.S. support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen, the White House said in a statement.
Trump’s trade negotiations stir alarm, US stocks rise, Indonesia goes to the polls. Here are some of the things people in markets are talking about.
President Lenin Moreno said that the decision to kick out Julian Assange from Ecuador’s Embassy in London was his nation’s alone and didn’t involve the U.S., where the WikiLeaks founder faces charges for a hacking conspiracy.
The dramatic plunge in coffee prices has gotten so bad that it’s threatening to claim its next victim: the specialty blends used by fancy coffee shops and discerning home brewers.
Tiffany & Co. has been expanding its workforce in sub-Saharan Africa — a region of almost one billion people where the jewelry giant doesn’t have a single store.
Sudan’s principle protest group has demanded the immediate formation of a civilian-led government to replace the country’s new ruling military council, warning that the demonstrators’ “revolution” is at threat from “the remnants of the regime” of deposed leader Omar al-Bashir .
The slowing of the Chinese economy, along with growing evidence of European growth under pressure, cast a big cloud of uncertainty over the global economy coming into 2019, write Bloomberg economist Mohamed A. El-Erian
It took nearly four months of vigorous street protest across Sudan to trigger an army takeover that ended Omar al-Bashir’s 30-year authoritarian rule. But for the man who replaced him, it took the same protesters barely 24 hours to get their way.
President Donald Trump raised more than $30 million for his re-election effort, according to figures released by his campaign, and has $40.8 million in the bank, more than any of the active Democratic candidates have reported so far.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX is preparing to launch Falcon Heavy—its massive, heavy-lift rocket—for its first paying customer, more than a year after its debut demonstration mission in February 2018.Last year’s initial Falcon Heavy launch was a spectacle thanks in part to its test payload: Musk’s cherry-red Tesla Roadster with a mannequin passenger, dubbed Starman, sitting in the driver’s seat. This time SpaceX will be carrying a payload for Saudi Arabia’s Arabsat, a satellite services provider.