Month: December 2020

No reset in sight for U.S.-China relations, economist says

Hope is fading for a significant change in U.S.-China relations under President-elect Joe Biden, Alicia Garcia-Herrero, Natixis’ chief economist for Asia-Pacific, said on Thursday. Relations between the U.S. and China have spiraled downward under President Donald Trump’s administration in the last four years. Ahead of the election, Natixis economists had hoped the two countries could return…
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How sports cards became a multi-million dollar alternative investment

Sports card collecting is having a moment not seen since the 1970s and 1980s. This year saw sales of sports cards at public auction reach all-time highs. Over ten cards sold for $500,000 or more. Two basketball cards sold for $1.8 million each, a Lebron James rookie card and a Giannis Antetokounmpo rookie card. 2020…
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‘Business as usual with Iran’ will be mistake

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday said it would be a mistake “to go back to business as usual with Iran,” signaling Israeli resistance to an expected push by President-elect Joe Biden to revive the international nuclear deal with Iran. Netanyahu spoke at a press conference with Robert O’Brien, President Donald Trump’s national security…
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