The Federal Reserve’s promise in January to be "patient" about further interest rate hikes marked a fundamental shift that could define Chairman Jerome Powell’s tenure.
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North Korea warns of food crisis, slashes rations before next leaders' summit
North Korea has warned that it is facing a food shortfall of some 1.4 million tons in 2019 and has been forced to almost halve rations, blaming high temperatures, drought, floods and United Nations sanctions in a memo seen by Reuters on Thursday.
At Pope's abuse summit, Church seeks to fix 'systematic failures'
The Roman Catholic Church must repair the "systematic failures" that enabled sexual abuse to take root around the world, and bishops should start policing each other's behavior, leading cardinals said on Friday.
Canada's Barrick Gold considers hostile $19 billion bid for Newmont Mining: media
Canada's Barrick Gold Corp is considering a hostile bid for Newmont Mining Corp for about $19 billion in stock, in what would potentially be one of the largest-ever mining deals, the country's Globe and Mail newspaper reported.
Tesla rolls out Model 3 in China ahead of schedule in sales push
Tesla Inc has started delivering Model 3 cars in China slightly ahead of schedule, as it looks to revive its sales that have been hit hard by Sino-U.S. trade tensions.
Global shares up, Aussie dollar rebounds, Brent hits 2019 high
Global shares crept higher on Friday as signs of progress on trade offset a worsening economic outlook, while the Aussie dollar recouped some losses after China denied it had halted Australian coal imports.
Fake news: Kim and Trump lookalikes draw the crowds in Hanoi
Cars stopped and tourists gawked at what appeared to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un wandering the streets of Hanoi.
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