Grading Trump: Experts weigh in on the U.S. president’s first 100 days
Experts weigh in on U.S. President Donald Trump's first 100 days in office.
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Experts weigh in on U.S. President Donald Trump's first 100 days in office.
In a BNN interview on Friday, former Canadian Ambassador to the U.S. and current TransCanada board member Derek Burney said the approval was a positive development, but he needs to see the proof in the pudding.
The chief executive of United Airlines Inc will testify before a House panel on Tuesday in the aftermath of the forced removal of a passenger from a Chicago flight on April 9 that drew international condemnation.
Working to dismantle his predecessor's environmental legacy, President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Friday aimed at expanding drilling in the Arctic and opening other federal areas to oil and gas exploration.
The gathering clouds over Home Capital - along with the potential fallout for sizzling home prices - top our agenda on BNN today.
United Airlines and the passenger who was dragged from a Chicago flight earlier this month have reached a settlement for an undisclosed sum, they said Thursday.
BNN is focused today on helping investors to position their holdings in the face of an unpredictable Washington.
President Donald Trump told Reuters on Thursday that he was "psyched" to terminate the NAFTA trade deal with Canada and Mexico, but changed his mind after their leaders asked for it to be renegotiated instead.
"We will continue to press our American counterparts to rescind this unfair and unwarranted trade action," Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr said. "We remain confident that a negotiated settlement is not only possible but in the interests of both countries."
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says U.S. President Donald Trump is likely to have some unhappy supporters south of the border if he goes after Canadian energy with trade sanctions.
Centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen are set to face each other in a May 7 runoff for the French presidency after coming first and second in Sunday's first round of voting, early projections indicated.
U.S. President Donald Trump will sign several executive orders on energy and the environment this week, a White House official said on Sunday.
BNN sets up the week ahead with what investors need to know.
On April 17 BNN aired a story concerning Shane Whittle’s $2.5 million settlement with the SEC arising out of unproven non-criminal allegations that he was involved in a pump and dump scheme. Shane Whittle was also banned from trading in penny stocks for the next 10 years. These were regulatory offenses and BNN neither intended to imply, nor implied, that Shane Whittle was subject to any allegations of criminality.
Extrapolating trends in the United States to upcoming earnings from Canadian banks can be a dicey proposition. But here’s a couple of trends south of the border that may play out here when Canada’s big banks report second-quarter earnings in late May
President Donald Trump, signing executive orders calling for a re-examination of some Obama-era financial regulations, said on Friday he would have a major tax reform announcement next week.
Global markets appeared largely calm on Friday, the last day of trading before the first round of France's presidential election, with French bond yields hitting a three-month low and the euro treading water against the dollar.
Leading Gulf oil exporters Saudi Arabia and Kuwait gave a clear signal on Thursday that OPEC plans to extend into the second half of the year a deal with non-member producers to curb supplies of crude.
North Korean state media warned the United States of a "super-mighty preemptive strike" after U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the United States was looking at ways to bring pressure to bear on North Korea over its nuclear programme.
China and the European Union should promote a "positive signal" of economic globalization and free and fair trade, Premier Li Keqiang told the EU's top diplomat Federica Mogherini.
U.S. President Donald Trump is "absolutely not" trying to talk down the strength of the U.S. dollar, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin was quoted as saying in Wednesday's edition of the Financial Times.
Ivanka Trump's company won provisional approval from the Chinese government for three new trademarks, giving it monopoly rights to sell Ivanka brand jewelry, bags and spa services in the world's second-largest economy.
Running contrary to the norm on shock election announcements, the pound's steep gains on Tuesday point to hope among investors that the June poll may stabilize domestic U.K. politics as the country faces its biggest challenges in half a century.
China's auto industry is charging ahead with aggressive plans to electrify cars even as policymakers scale back subsidies aimed at building sales from relatively low levels and consider tapping the brakes on sales quotas for plug-in cars.
"Right now H-1B visas are awarded in a totally random lottery and that's wrong. Instead, they should be given to most skilled and highest paid applicants and they should never, ever be used to replace Americans," Trump in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
In a shock announcement, Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday called for an early general election to be held June 8 to seek a strong mandate as she negotiates Britain's exit from the European Union.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence told business leaders in Seoul on Tuesday that the Trump administration will review and reform the five-year-old free trade agreement between the two countries.
China's economy grew faster than expected in the first quarter as higher government infrastructure spending and a gravity-defying property boom helped boost industrial output by the most in over two years.
The sculptor of Wall Street's "Charging Bull" statue on Wednesday demanded the removal of the "Fearless Girl" statue that's faced off against the bull since last month.
The United States and China have struck what appears to be an unusual bargain as President Donald Trump says he won't label Beijing a currency manipulator and voices confidence Chinese President Xi Jinping will help him deal with North Korea's mounting threat.
The head of the International Monetary Fund says that after six years of disappointing growth, the world economy is finally gaining momentum. But she warns of a number of potential threats, ranging from political uncertainty in Europe to protectionism that could hinder global trade.
Organizers say 10 games would be played in Canada. The final would be held in the U.S.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday announced a crackdown against alleged stock promotion schemes in which writers were secretly paid to post hundreds of bullish articles about public companies on financial websites.
“Obviously, now PR people are getting called in to manage this crisis, but wouldn’t it have been better if they were called in earlier?” Justin Creally, co-founder at Toronto-based communications agency North Strategic told BNN Monday.
Trading volumes were muted for many financial market assets on Monday with investors refraining from making big bets because of geopolitical tensions in the Middle East and the Korean peninsula.
President Donald Trump pressed Chinese President Xi Jingping to do more to curb North Korea's nuclear program and help reduce the gaping U.S. trade deficit with Beijing in talks on Friday, even as he toned down the strident anti-China rhetoric of his election campaign.
While China is a key relationship for the U.S., it’s one Canada has recently shifted more of its attention to, as well. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with the Chinese leader in August, and Canada had its first round of exploratory trade talks with the country earlier this year.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday he had made progress in talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping and expected them to overcome many problems, a marked contrast to the stridently anti-China rhetoric of Trump's 2016 election campaign.
In his search for common ground with the new U.S. administration, federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau has been drawing parallels between the underlying forces that elected Justin Trudeau and Donald Trump.