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On Wednesday, the U.S. Federal Reserve raised interest rates, which didn’t come as a surprise to economists.
Toys “R” Us announced that it will be closing or selling all of its stores in the US after filing liquidation papers on Thursday.
A new trade deal has been signed in Santiago, Chile to counter the growing threat of trade protectionism by the US. The deal challenges President Trump’s view of international trade as a zero-sum game.
Walmart and Dick’s Sporting Goods, two of the largest gun retailers in the US, have announced that they will no longer sell assault-style weapons in their stores.
The internet giant is still experimenting to see what physical stores can offer both the company and the public.
The US inflation has accelerated in January as shown by new data. Consumer prices in the country rose higher than expected and the data could pave the way for higher interest rates later this year.
Twitter’s shares rose to their highest in more than two years, driven mostly by the company’s expansion outside the U.S.
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