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Saudi Gives Yemen $200 Million amid Currency's Slide

Saudi Arabia has given a $200 million cash infusion to Yemen's Central Bank to shore up its reserves after the war-torn country's currency went into freefall over the past few weeks.

The state-run Saudi Press Agency says the "donation" will help "achieve stability of the Yemeni economy and boost the local currency."

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Oil Holds Gains, Eyes on $100 a Barrel, but Asia Markets Down

Oil prices held around four-year highs Tuesday after another blistering rally, supporting energy firms, but most markets were in retreat as traders brushed off a positive lead from Wall Street and the US-Mexico-Canada trade deal.

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Trump Says Trade Tensions Ended with Trudeau, Calls Him 'Good Man'

U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday said tensions with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau were over after announcing a new trade deal with Mexico and Canada to replace the quarter-century-old NAFTA accord.

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Trump Says New N. America Deal Most Important Trade Pact Ever

President Donald Trump on Monday hailed the 11th-hour trade deal struck between the United States, Mexico and Canada to replace the quarter-century old NAFTA accord, calling it the biggest in U.S. history.

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Trudeau Says Continental Trade Deal 'Profoundly Beneficial' for Canadians

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday hailed a continental trade deal reached with the United States, along with Mexico, as "profoundly beneficial" to Canadians.

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US, Mexico, Canada Agree on Free Trade Pact to Replace NAFTA

Canada and the US reached a deadline deal on a new free trade pact that will include Mexico, the governments announced late Sunday, after more than a year of talks to revamp a pact President Donald Trump had labeled a disaster.

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Report: Failure to Reform Global Trade Rules Fuels Tensions

Long-delayed reforms to the global trading system have sparked an increase in tensions among major economies, and derailed the economic benefits most often felt by the poor, according to a new report released Sunday.

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Doomsayers Begin to See Cracks in Healthy World Economy

Over the last decade, the world's major economies floated themselves out of recession on oceans of easy money and low, or even negative, interest rates.

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Money Launderers are Taking EU to the Cleaners, Experts Say

European Union nations may boast the world's most stringent anti-money laundering rules, but recent scandals show that criminals are good at exploiting the bloc's Achilles' heel: A patent lack of coordination.

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China Manufacturing Activity Slows as Trade War Rages

Chinese factory activity slowed in September, official data showed Sunday, as the Asian giant's trade war with the United States showed no sign of abating.

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