Wall Street opens higher as trade war put 'on hold'
Wall Street was set to open higher on Monday after the United States and China put a potential trade war "on hold" to work on a wider agreement, and as the announcement of US$27.6 billion worth of merger deals lifted sentiment.
Foxconn, the world's largest electronics contract manufacturer and a major supplier for Apple Inc , said on Friday the biggest challenge the company is facing is the trade war between Washington and Beijing.
KUALA LUMPUR (June 22): Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said it was impossible for his immediate predecessor Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to be unaware of 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) transactions as he had claimed in an interview recently.
Dr Mahathir said Najib's signature was all over the related documents involving the state fund corporation.
“Who wants to believe him that he didn’t know when he signed (his name)? Every bit of money that goes in and out of the first borrowing of RM42 billion, all his signature.
Technology has a great impact on how we consume and interact with sports. Something as simple as a video assistant referee has already altered the FIFA World Cup — so what can we expect for the future? At TNW Conference’s Offside track, we discussed the changes occurring with sports and technology. We’ve highlighted the key takeaways right here: Kevin Langeree, Kiteboarder Kevin discussed how the rise of technology has enabled him to become a professional athlete in a rather niche sport. He shared his personal journey on the road to becoming the best kitesurfer in the world. “I was basically… This story continues at The Next Web