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The U.S. had alleged that Huawei's global telecom business and its products posed a security risk. Huawei, however, denied those accusations.
Xi Jinping is seizing the opportunity to expand Beijing's influence in the region when Putin is too busy fighting a losing war in Ukraine.
While greater organizational transparency is worth aiming for, problems can result when it is mishandled.
Many S&P 500 companies have significant exposure to overseas markets. Their revenues and earnings have suffered from slow overseas growth and the stronger dollar.
New store openings and a 68.6% increase in monthly transactions have helped the company's net revenue rise by 72%.
The plunging marriage and birthrates undermine China's economic growth in several ways.
This week, the company reported domestic sales of $9.57 billion for Q2, 2022, down 13.1% from last year, due to a 12.7% decline in comparable sales.
According to Gallup's Life Evaluation Index (GLEI), 5.6% Americans suffer from poverty these days.
The self-service economy sounds like a big win for companies as they cut costs and raise profits by having machines rather than humans deal with customer service issues.
The energy sector reported the highest earnings growth among the 11 S&P 500 sectors at 299%.
This week, the popular retailer reported a comparable sales growth of 2.6% for Q2, down from 8.6% last year.
Earnings and revenues of S&P 500 members with more than half of overseas sales reportedly fared better than those with less than half of sales presence.
Rising tensions in the island economy will be disruptive to the operations of U.S. tech giants and the U.S. economy.
While it's unclear whether low-interest rates helped low-income Americans get jobs, one thing is clear. Low-interest rates were music to the ears of Wall Street traders and speculators.