US to impose restrictions on additional Chinese media outlets
The US has earmarked another four state-run Chinese media outlets as foreign embassies says Reuters.
- Doing so results in increased restrictions on their operations on US soil
The State Department action could come on Thursday says the report. To include:
As Brexit trade talks continue, news that Rolls-Royce confirms 3,000 job cuts across the UK
Its a busy week for GBP with Brexit trade talks underway (some sort of statement is expected Friday).
Earlier post on the negotiations:
Rolls-Royce, which makes jet engines, will cut 3,000 jobs across the UK
A snippet from CIBC on the Australian dollar
- Australian dollar pushed higher by "fear of missing out" and stimuli from central banks
Says in an environment such as the current global environment AUD should not have been expected to do so well, but it has (CIBC says its alone in this category)
Apple (AAPL) stores in New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Portland and Washington, D.C. have been amongst those broken into and robbed.
- report that looted iPhones have been disabled and that the company has begun tracking them
How to unlock a stolen iPhone - is there an app for that?
More from Trump - says he has not thought. About sanctions on Xi over Hong Kong
Trump in an interview (with Sean Spicer!) - earlier:
- has not thought about sanctions on China's President Xi over Hong Kong
Meanwhile ex Defense Secretary Mattis has scathing remarks crossing, such as:
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