Events in Italy pushed peripheral euro zone bond yields down for a third straight day, as investors also kept an eye on a second southern European state, Spain , where Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy set to be forced out of office by a no-confidence vote.
European Union's trade commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom had a meeting scheduled with the US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer in Paris on Thursday among other worldwide trade chiefs. "The U.K. and other European Union countries are close allies of the USA and should be permanently and fully exempted". Meanwhile, South Korea negotiated a steel quota, while Argentina, Australia and Brazil have arranged for "limitations on the volume they can ship to the U.S.
We've been following the intent of the Australian government to add a charge to imported parcels whose value falls beneath the previous $1,000 threshold for some time. Unfortunately, consumers who've spent the last couple of decades relying on the U.S. version of Amazon to purchase products not readily-available in Australia may now have to start shopping elsewhere, likely at additional expense.
The president, in his role as guarantor of the constitution, said that an anti-euro economics minister would endanger Italians' savings, which are safeguarded under the Italian constitution. Financial markets have calmed amid increasing signs that Italy may avoid imminent elections after the president gave two populist parties time to figure out whether they can agree on an alternative to an anti-euro economy minister.
Musk argued that the braking issue could be fixed with an over-the-air software update (OTA), technology that Tesla regularly relies on to improve performance and roll out new features on the infotainment system it its vehicles. Musk also suggested the car's 15-inch touchscreen display could receive an over-the-air update to make it easier to use. Road noise & ride comfort already addressed too.
One man said he thought the project would be profitable for Canada. In return, Kinder Morgan will go ahead with its $7.4-billion plan to twin the pipeline carrying diluted bitumen from Alberta's oilsands to the B.C. On CHOK's The Talk Show, live from Parliament Hill Tuesday morning, Marilyn Gladu criticized the spending of $4.5-billion of taxpayers money to try to get the pipeline built.