“It had nothing to do with imports, it had nothing to do with trade competition,” he told reporters after a WTO general council meeting. “I don’t think we do enough in making the case for trade because we think trade is so obviously positive for any economy. It’s like trying to argue with a friend that he needs to breathe.”
“It is a tale of two economies,” said Chris Rupkey, chief financial economist at MUFG Union Bank. “Consumer expenditures are strong with the economy at full employment but companies are pulling back as the strong dollar and slower world growth are taking a toll on exports.”
The world’s biggest soda maker said its global volume for the second quarter was flat from a year ago, dragged down by poor results in some areas outside the United States. The maker of Fanta, Sprite and Powerade said it sold more non-carbonated drinks, but less soda.
“Boeing is delinquent and Boeing has contributed to some of our underperformance here this quarter in cash flow, which is disappointing, but we’re working that with them,” Rockwell Collins CEO Kelly Ortberg said Monday when the company posted earnings.
“The new economic package needs to be something which would bolster domestic demand and ensure a trajectory toward economic recovery,” Abe said.
“It was a really difficult decision that we made — we’ve been with Chip Ganassi Racing for 27 years and we are ridiculously proud of the success,” Nygaard said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press. “But the Target brand is about being fresh and new, so we felt like this was the time to make the difficult decision and expand our sports marketing platform.”
“You really feel like you’re walking around in tall grass, catching all your favorite pokemons,” 14-year-old Nikhil Kapil said in Mumbai.
The judge ruled last month that the Nebraska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission exceeded its authority last year when it approved a request by Terex Energy Corp., of Broomfield, Colorado
“Sellers are in the driver’s seat, as buyers contend with fierce competition and very fast-moving markets,” Svenja Gudell, chief economist at real estate data provider Zillow, said.