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Hong Kong’s tycoons ‘are the problem’ underlying recent unrest, economist says

Hong Kong’s tycoons ‘are the problem’ underlying recent unrest, economist says

China needs to take power away from Hong Kong's tycoons and fix its property market, according to a widely followed economist.

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Economist: Hong Kong’s tycoons ‘are the problem’ underlying recent unrest

Economist: Hong Kong’s tycoons ‘are the problem’ underlying recent unrest

China needs to take power away from Hong Kong's tycoons and fix its property market, according to a widely followed economist.

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Yale economist Stephen Roach: US declaring China a currency manipulator is an ’empty threat’

Yale economist Stephen Roach: US declaring China a currency manipulator is an ’empty threat’

China will not respond to the Trump administration's name-and-shame approach and will hit back if there are more tariffs, says Roach.

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Cramer to Trump: More US companies blame tariffs than the Fed for the slowing economy

Cramer to Trump: More US companies blame tariffs than the Fed for the slowing economy

"I'm not hearing people blame the Fed as much as they're blaming tariffs," says CNBC's Jim Cramer.

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Verizon CEO: We’re doing just fine without any equipment from Chinese tech giant Huawei

Verizon CEO: We’re doing just fine without any equipment from Chinese tech giant Huawei

Verizon has no reliance on China, says CEO Hans Vestberg. "We are executing our strategy with our Western European vendors."

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Verizon CEO: We’re doing just fine without using any equipment from Chinese tech giant Huawei

Verizon CEO: We’re doing just fine without using any equipment from Chinese tech giant Huawei

Verizon has no reliance on China, says CEO Hans Vestberg. "We are executing our strategy with our Western European vendors."

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China is urging the US to cancel a $2.2 billion arms sale to Taiwan

China is urging the US to cancel a $2.2 billion arms sale to Taiwan

Beijing has said the deal would represent a "gross interference" in China's domestic security.

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Made in Vietnam: US-China tensions spark a manufacturing shift but not without growing pains

Made in Vietnam: US-China tensions spark a manufacturing shift but not without growing pains

CNBC's Carl Quintanilla reports from Hanoi, ahead of the Trump-Xi trade meeting, to look at Vietnam's manufacturing boom and whether it can be sustained.

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Art Cashin joins the Wall Street camp leaning toward a half-percent July Fed rate cut

Art Cashin joins the Wall Street camp leaning toward a half-percent July Fed rate cut

Key Points Cashin believes the Fed could slash interest rates by an aggressive 0.5% at its next policymaking meeting at the end of July. Wall Street believes a rate cut next month is a virtual certainty, with 38.5%…

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China’s loans to other countries are causing ‘hidden’ debt. That may be a problem

China’s loans to other countries are causing ‘hidden’ debt. That may be a problem

China's lending to other countries, often shrouded in secrecy, is thought to be higher than the amounts that are officially tracked.

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