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China's cooling economy poses problems for global growth

Confirmation that China's economy is slowing up in a growing trade war is an alarming world of global growth. Data released since Friday has confirmed what has been expected for a while: That an ongoing campaign to limit credit puts the brakes on the world's second largest economy. Given that China generates as much as one third of global growth, …

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How to make the biggest deals on this Amazon Prime Day

The "Black Friday" of online shopping, Amazon Prime Day, kickes on Monday afternoon – and here's all you need to know to get the biggest deals. Interested in Amazon? Add Amazon as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Amazon news, video and analysis from ABC News. Amazon Prime Day is more than just a "day" of …

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Colleges cut ties to father John's founder after slurry

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How Amazon became Prime Day for a dizzying shopping extravaganza

If you have been fooled to try a 30-day free Amazon Prime attempt, please cancel this week. Instead, you will be offered to extend it for another 30 days – again, free of charge. The reason: Amazon is investing in its biggest annual sales event, Prime Day, starting on July 16 at 12.00 BST. This year's extravaganza lasts 36 hours …

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The real growth numbers to look at in China

Updated July 16, 2018 1:37 a.m. ET Chinese growth in the second quarter is out of date, and it was just as forecast at 6.7%, a hair lower than the first quarter of 6.8%. Incredibly stable growth in the head, a relatively strong second quarter It is not surprising: Exports have remained well despite trade volumes, and domestic industry benefited …

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Asian stocks are driven lower as China data, trade-molded shadows

Women chatting as investor monitors stock prices at a brokerage store in Beijing, Monday, July 16, 2018. Shares lowered Asia in early China after reporting China's lack of growth data in line with expectations. (Andy Wong / Associated Press) by Elaine Kurtenbach | AP July 16 at 12:28 BANGKOK – Shares lowered Asia in early China after reporting China's lack …

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US companies are still optimistic among crosswars from trade war, tax cuts

Donald Trump's economic policy has been a kind of laundry for US business investment. Ten percent of respondents surveyed by the National Association for Business Economics said they had accelerated spending as a result of tax cuts in 2017. Meanwhile, 10 percent said they had delayed investments due to new tariffs and other trade policy measures, NABE : Survey of …

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Asian stocks fall as China data points to slow growth

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Asian stocks were lower on Monday after data from China showed that the world's second largest economy declined slightly in the second quarter and investors are cautious about the effects of the heated Chinese and American trade war. PHOTO PHOTO: An investor pays a penny when he looks at a board showing stock prices at a real …

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