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Reuters BusinessJun 18, 2018
Global stocks, oil suffer as U.S.-China trade spat heats up
LONDON (Reuters) - Global stocks slid on Monday and U.S. oil prices slumped after U.S. President Donald Trump announced tariffs on Chinese goods and Beijing responded with similar measures in an escalating trade dispute.

GLOBAL MARKETS- Global stocks, oil suffer as US-China trade spat heats up - Reuters (Google Business News)

Yahoo BusinessJun 18, 2018
Oil down on China tariffs, expected OPEC supply rise
Oil prices fell on Monday after China threatened duties on American crude imports in a trade dispute with Washington, while supply from OPEC and Russia was also expected to rise. North Sea Brent (LCOc1) was down 36 cents at $73.08 a barrel. In an escalating trade war with many of its major partners, including China, U.S. President Donald Trump last week pushed ahead with tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese imports, starting on July 6. - Financial MarketsJun 18, 2018
Stocks in Asia mixed after latest US-China trade war threats
The European Union's top court found same-sex spouses of EU citizens have the right to live in any country in the bloc, a judgment likely to deepen the discord between Brussels and socially conservative governments in Central and Eastern Europe.

Google Business NewsJun 18, 2018
Oil falls on threat of China crude tariffs, expected OPEC supply rise - Reuters


SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices on Monday extended falls from late last week after China threatened duties on American crude imports in an escalating trade dispute with Washington, while supply from OPEC and Russia is also expected to rise. Oil pumpsĀ ...

Google Business NewsJun 18, 2018
China's tariffs on US oil would disrupt $1 billion monthly business - Reuters


SINGAPORE (Reuters) - China's threat to impose duties on U.S. oil imports will hit a business that has soared in the last two years, and which is now worth almost $1 billion per month. FILE PHOTO: A pump jack lifts oil out of a well, during a sandstorm

Yahoo BusinessJun 18, 2018
Asian shares, oil fall as U.S.-China trade spat escalates
TOKYO/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares fell to a 2-1/2 week low on Monday after U.S. President Donald Trump cranked up trade tensions by going ahead with tariffs on Chinese imports, prompting Beijing to immediately respond in kind. Fears of a global trade war added to pressure on oil prices, which extended Friday's big fall, while the dollar retreated from near 3-week highs against the safe haven yen . Spreadbetters suggested a subdued start for European shares, with FTSE futures off about 0.1 percent.

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