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Real Madrid reject Liverpool's €50 million offer for Marco Asensio

Real Madrid reject Liverpool's €50 million offer for Marco Asensio

According to a report on Cadena COPE , which was confirmed by AS, Liverpool are keen on the Spaniard and offered €50m to sign him. He has scored nine goals and supplied three assists in 29 matches in all competitions this season, including an extra-time wonder goal to help knock Bayern Munich out of the Champions League on Tuesday night.


Asian economies escape currency manipulator tag, but expect more pressure on trade

Asian economies escape currency manipulator tag, but expect more pressure on trade

Washington D.C. [United States], Apr. 15 (ANI): The Trump administration has not labeled any country, including China, as a currency manipulator in a report examining exchange rate fluctuations. "The basic message is that Japan needs to expand its domestic demand and one can read this as them telling Japan to import more American goods", said Minami of the Norinchukin Research Institute.



Global Economy Gaining Momentum-For Now

As for global growth, International Monetary Fund projects the world economy will grow by 3.5 percent this year versus last year's 3.4 percent, and improve further to 3.6 percent in 2018. The IMF said China has made some progress in reducing its industrial production overcapacity, but noted that the economy continues to rely on government stimulus and rapid credit expansion to maintain growth.


Buffett likely voted shares to back Wells Fargo board

Buffett likely voted shares to back Wells Fargo board

Institutional investors have recently modified their holdings of the company. 20,656 were accumulated by Birmingham Capital Management Inc Al. The financial services provider reported $0.96 earnings per share for the quarter, missing the Zacks' consensus estimate of $1.00 by $0.04.


White House seeks to fend off criticism over Carl Vinson's whereabouts

White House seeks to fend off criticism over Carl Vinson's whereabouts

From two continents, Pence and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis warned that North Korea's latest failed missile launch was a reckless act of provocation and assured allies in Asia that the USA was ready to work to achieve a peaceful denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.