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83733US Stocks Close Lower on Friday7/19/2019 8:07:00 PM"Wall Street closed in the red on Friday 19 July, as US President Donald Trump called the Fed to end tight monetary policy, as trade tensions with China persist. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq posted their worst week since May, falling 0.6% and 0.7%, respectively. The Dow Jones lost 69 points or 0.3%."United StatesStock MarketINDU/united-states/stock-market
83732Ghana Holds Policy Rate at 16%7/19/2019 7:03:57 PM"The Bank of Ghana held its benchmark interest rate at 16 percent during its July meeting, saying that economic growth is expected to remain robust in the second half of the year while inflation has remained within the target range in the last 15 months. Still, policymakers voiced concerns about uncertainties surrounding global trade and geopolitical tensions."GhanaInterest RateGhanaIntRate/ghana/interest-rate
83729Italian Stocks Plunge on Snap Election7/19/2019 3:45:00 PM"The FTSE MIB plummeted 449 points, or 2% to 21,641 on Friday, its worst day since May 23rd, after fresh political turmoil in the country raised prospects of an early election. Bank shares were among the worst performers, led by Banco BPM, Ubi Banca and Unicredit. Meanwhile, other major European stock markets closed mixed: the DAX 30 gained 32 points, or 0.3% to 12,260; the FTSE 100 went up 16 points, or 0.2% to 7,509; while the IBEX 35 lost 55 points, or 0.6% to 9,171 and the CAC 40 finished nearly the flat line at 5,552."ItalyStock MarketFTSEMIB/italy/stock-market
83728Colombia Trade Deficit Widens in May7/19/2019 3:15:00 PM"Colombia’s trade gap widened to USD 1.02 billion in May 2019 from USD 0.83 billion in the same month of the previous year. Imports went up 6.1 percent year-on-year to USD 4.79 billion boosted by higher purchases of fuels and related products (40 percent), namely petroleum and related (50 percent); manufactured products (4.4 percent), of which vehicles (38.5 percent), other transport equipment (27.7 percent), clothing and footwear (36.6 percent), power generators machinery and equipment (18.1 percent), and professional and scientific devices (15.5 percent); and other sectors (41.3 percent). Exports increased 1.2 percent to USD 3.77 billion, mainly driven by sales of fuels & mining products (5.2 percent), in particular coal, coke and briquettes (30 percent); and agricultural goods, food and beverages (0.4 percent), mostly vegetables and fruits (28.7 percent) and animal and vegetable products (8.5 percent)."ColombiaBalance of TradeCOTRBALM/colombia/balance-of-trade
83727Colombia Imports Rise 6.1% YoY in May7/19/2019 3:13:00 PM"Imports to Colombia rose 6.1 percent year-on-year to USD 4.79 billion in May 2019, after a 6.8 percent gain in the previous month. Imports were driven by higher purchases of fuels and related products (40 percent), namely petroleum products and related (50 percent); manufactured products (4.4 percent), of which vehicles (38.5 percent), other transport equipment (27.7 percent), clothing and footwear (36.6 percent), power generators machinery and equipment (18.1 percent), and professional and scientific devices (15.5 percent); and other sectors (41.3 percent). On the other hand, purchases of agricultural products, food and beverages dropped 5.6 percent, in particular oils and fats of vegetable origin (-35.2 percent), and coffee, tea, cocoa, and spices (-10.9 percent)."ColombiaImportsCOTRIMPM/colombia/imports