Top News & Analysis 8 April 2018

Tell us what you think: How will the US-China trade conflict play out?

For this week's Trader Poll, we want to know how you think trade tensions between China and the U.S. will play out.

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The 'trade war' talk is a sideshow: America’s high strategy stakes are elsewhere

The trade war talk has little meaning when parties to the dispute know it's not the solution to the problem.

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Trump's national security spokesman Michael Anton is resigning

Michael Anton, the spokesman for Trump's National Security Council plans to resign, the White House said on Sunday.

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China bans exports to North Korea with potential dual use in weapons of mass destruction

China has banned exports of items to North Korea with potential dual use in weapons of mass destruction.

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Deutsche Bank makes it official, taps Christian Sewing as new CEO to replace John Cryan

Christian Sewing, currently co-deputy CEO, will replace John Cryan as Deutsche Bank's CEO.

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Kim Jong Un reportedly willing to discuss denuclearization of Korean Peninsula

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has said he's willing to discuss the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, according to NBC News.

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Stocks will retest their correction lows as easy money disappears, a Wall Street bear warns

The Bleakley Advisory Group's Peter Boockvar believes stocks are facing more trouble.

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Republican senator says Facebook scandals may be 'too big' for company to fix alone

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will appear before the U.S. Senate Commerce and Judiciary Committees this week.

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Zuckerberg to swap trademark T-shirt for a suit and tie in preparation for Congressional grilling

Mark Zuckerberg's testimony this week will represent one of the biggest tests of his career.

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Facebook suspends another data analytics firm after CNBC discovers tactics like Cambridge Analytica

Data analytics firm CubeYou uses personality quizzes and apps clearly labeled for "non-profit academic research" to aid marketers in finding customers.

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Today’s youth are increasingly unhappy and they reject capitalism

A growing number of young people are dissatisfied with the way the economy is run and they reject capitalism. These professors explore what they really want in The Conversation.

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How to make sure you're investing with the right robo-advisor

Online investment platforms let you manage your own investments. Here's what you need to watch for.

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How soaring US oil exports may derail the crude rally, an energy expert says

The U.S. is exporting crude at a record pace. That has the potential to unbalance global oil markets.

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How investors can buy into Saudi Arabia’s reform, even without an international Aramco listing

Ahead of the Aramco IPO, the inclusion of Saudi Arabia in an index was something market watchers were looking for.

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The 2018 BMW X3 xDrive30i is boring unless you pick the right add-ons

CNBC reviews the 2018 BMW X3 iDrive30i, an impressive car so long as you pick the right add-ons.

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German authorities reportedly foil a knife attack in Berlin

German media report police foiled a knife attack on a half-marathon in Berlin.

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Hackers forced a hospital to pay a bitcoin ransom. Now, the CEO shows others how to be prepared

One cyberattack on a regional hospital embodies a bigger crisis facing health-care facilities in the U.S.

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The four rocket photographers whose work has been seen by millions – thanks to Elon Musk

Four young photographers are making their names known online with breathtaking photos of rocket launches.

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Trump rips Syria's Assad as an 'animal' for chemical attack, vows Putin will pay a 'big price'

President Donald Trump slammed Russian President Vladimir Putin for supporting Bashar al-Assad, the president of Syria, after a suspected chemical attack by his forces over the weekend.

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Trump hails friendship with China's Xi, suggests country will negotiate over trade spat

President Donald Trump suggests China will ease trade barriers "because it is the right thing to do."

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A trade war with China may hike the price of that new TV you want

In the event of a trade war, it's American consumers who will lose, according to the National Retail Federation.

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Germany still clueless about motive for fatal van attack

An attacker killed two and injured 20 before shooting himself to death inside the van in the western German city of Muenster.

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Trump says embattled EPA chief Pruitt's expenses are justified because he received 'death threats'

President Donald Trump said EPA chief Scott Pruitt's travel and security expenses, which have come under scrutiny, were reasonable.

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US says suspected chemical attack in Syria that killed dozens could demand an international response

The U.S. State Department said reports of mass casualties from an alleged chemical weapons attack in Douma were "horrifying".

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