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Chen said in a statement on Monday that she was “taking a few days off from The Talk to be with my family.”. “I will be back soon and will see you Thursday night on Big Brother,” she added in the statement, which was sent by e-mail from a CBS representative. Chen had defended her husband in July when The New Yorker first reported allegations of sexual misconduct against him. “I have known my husband, Leslie Moonves, since the late. ‘90s, and I have been married to him for almost 14 years,” Chen wrote on Twitter on July 27. “Leslie is a good man and a loving father, devoted husband and inspiring corporate leader. He has always been a kind, decent and moral human being. I fully support my husband.”.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - An index of global stock markets rose on Monday for the first time in eight trading sessions on optimism about policy from Italy to the United States, dodging anxiety about the U.S.-China trade war, MSCI’s gauge of stocks across the globe added 0.06 percent, but it felt fragile after a sell-off in China overnight and emerging market shares hit their lowest level in more than a year, Traders were bracing for a potential escalation in the Sino-U.S, row after President Donald Trump raised the stakes on Friday by saying he was ready to impose tariffs art deco cufflinks on virtually all Chinese imports to the United States, He also called on Apple Inc to make its products in the United States..
Emerging market stocks lost 1.21 percent for the day. U.S. stock investors are looking to extend momentum after corporate profits hit a record high in the second quarter, while investors think an Italian debt crisis would spark a conflict with Europe that would hurt the domestic economy. Congressional Republicans plan to unveil another round of tax cuts this week ahead of the Nov. 6 elections, helping support U.S. equities. “Markets continue to be under pressure from a whole host of headwinds,” said Tim Love, investment director of emerging market equities at fund manager GAM Holding AG.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 59.47 points, or 0.23 percent, to 25,857.07, the S&P 500 gained 5.45 points, or 0.19 percent, to 2,877.13 and the Nasdaq Composite added 21.62 points, or 0.27 percent, to 7,924.16, [.N], Stocks in Milan rose 2.30 percent after Economy Minister Giovanni Tria said on Sunday the coalition’s more radical budget plans would be introduced gradually, reassuring investors that EU fiscal rules would be respected, The euro was up 0.36 percent to $1.1593, and the gap between yields on Italian and more creditworthy German bonds art deco cufflinks was the narrowest in a month..
Shares in Stockholm and the Swedish crown strengthened after the nationalist Sweden Democrats gained less ground than polls had predicted in elections on Sunday. The fresh 14-month low for emerging-market shares came amid turbulence in Argentina, Turkey, Brazil, Russia and South Africa, where currencies have been routed recently. [EMRG/FRX]. (Graphic: Submerging markets: reut.rs/2CCAgGn). Some Asian economies are also vulnerable, Nomura analysts said, with many countries burdened by high private debt. They noted a “concentration risk” from some of the world’s largest funds’ heavy investments in emerging market assets.
The Indian rupee hit a record low and Indonesia’s rupiah art deco cufflinks neared all-time lows, The Australian dollar, a proxy for Chinese growth because Australia sells raw materials to China, was at its lowest in more than two years, Copper, an industrial metal China uses heavily, lost 0.72 percent, adding to a nearly 20 percent collapse in price this year, Beijing had warned of retaliation if Washington launched any new trade measures, But it is running out of room to match them dollar-for-dollar, raising concern it will resort to other measures, such as weakening the yuan or taking action against U.S, companies in China..
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Worker pay gains in areas of the country that helped power Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential victory were substantially slower than in the rest of the country during the first year of his administration, new government data shows. In the 220 counties that flipped from voting for Democratic candidate Barack Obama in 2012 to Republican candidate Donald Trump in 2016, the average worker earned about $46,000 in the 12 months through March, up 1.9 percent from a year earlier. That compared with a 2.6 percent increase to around $56,000 for the country as a whole, according to a Reuters analysis of Labor Department data.
The data, released this week in the department’s Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages, highlights the difficulty of closing the prosperity gap for regions that have long struggled economically, and whose grievances were seen as a factor in Trump’s election victory, On Friday, the Labor Department reported separate data showing average hourly earnings nationwide rose by 2.9 percent art deco cufflinks in August from a year earlier, the fastest rate in nearly a decade, The next view of wages at the county level will not be available until December..