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U.S. and Chinese officials met for the first time in over two months to find a way out of their deepening trade conflict.
Schooling upstaged no less than Michael Phelps to win the butterfly event at the Rio Olympics in 2016
No company of Tesla's size has ever been taken private by financial investors as Musk has suggested, as opposed to being acquired by a bigger company.
Revenue slipped 14.5 percent to 3.79 billion yuan, the worst decline since 2009.
The yield on benchmark 10-year Treasury notes US10YT=RR fell to 2.8225 percent compared with its U.S. close of 2.844 percent on Tuesday.
Brunson has denied Turkey's allegations that he was involved in a plot against Erdogan two years ago.
The Trump administration has been receptive to that argument.
Sembcorp's Gayatri Power Ltd power plant, wholly owned by Sembcorp Energy India Ltd, has received letters of intent from Bangladesh Power Development Board.
Thailand's PTTEP PCL was working with a financial adviser for its interest in the assets.
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan gained 0.6 percent, while Shanghai blue chips firmed 0.2 percent.
In a meeting with OPEC Secretary-General Mohammad Barkindo, a senior Iranian diplomat urged him to keep the group out of politics.
Mafengwo, or "wasps' nest" in Chinese, is an online community for Chinese tourists where they share travel tips and shop for bespoke travel products.
Venezuelans will see their meager salaries further erodedand companies will struggle with major increases to both taxes and the minimum wage.
Volkswagen further said it was the task of authorities and courts to evaluate the conflicting statements and to assess whether individual witnesses were credible.
Washington has withdrawn from a deal that had lifted sanctions on Tehran in return for curbs on its nuclear programme.
Move came in line with Beijing's effort to upgrade its industries toward higher-value and low-pollution production.
Shares of Tencent, China's largest social media and gaming company, have fallen over 6 percent in the past two days
Many cosmetics products like shampoos, lipsticks and makeup fall under the most recent list of proposed levies on Chinese goods.
Protectionist policies on trade are likely to tap the brakes significantly on global growth and have already caused turmoil in financial markets.
European shares are expected to be little changed, with financial spreadbetters looking at an almost flat opening in three major European bourses.