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tv   Arts and Culture  Deutsche Welle  August 1, 2019 8:45am-9:01am CEST

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germany will not take part in a u.s. led naval mission to secure the strait of hormuz foreign minister heiko mosque said his country wants to avoid a further escalation of tensions in the region washington had asked germany to join france and britain in a mission to secure shipping throughout the strait. russia has deployed its military to fight forest fires in siberia and the country's far east the infernos having golf nearly 30000 square kilometers an area the size of belgium experts say the places were caused by thunderstorms during abnormally high temperatures and were later spread by strong winds. italy has allowed more than 100 migrants to disembark from a coast guard ship that had been docked in sicily for 5 days the move follows a deal with 5 european countries to take in the migrants who were rescued from the mediterranean a week ago several people were evacuated earlier on humanitarian grounds.
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the african union's mediator for sudan has condemned the killing of 4 student opposition protesters earlier this week and called for a speedy trial for those responsible demonstrators took to the streets of the city of by eat on wednesday where the students were killed they blame paramilitaries of the rapid support forces. as expected the u.s. federal reserve cut interest rates believes many scratching their heads if the u.s. economy is strong why the need for even cheaper money. also on the show no breakthrough no progress no deal the 12th round of u.s. china trade talks begins with the same result as the previous 11. ends
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a new british prime minister brings new worries for business with the brics that brinksmanship is in a much treaded no deal. this is your deed of your business report i'm stephen theirs in berlin thanks for watching it's a modest cut interest rates that has some scratching their heads the u.s. federal reserve has lowered rates by a quarter percent despite strong economic indicators in the country officials pointed to softening business investment and muted inflation it's been a long time since the last rate cut almost 11 years in fact that was december 2008 on the tail end of federal reserve efforts to prime financial markets during the recession it's only gone up since then in line with the recovering and eventually booming american economy now compare that to the european central bank with the deposit rate has long been below 0 and where policy makers are still cutting and that's putting even more pressure on the fed as rate cuts devalue the euro against the dollar affecting trade balances and then there's the pressure from u.s.
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president donald trump he's repeatedly pushed for a larger interest rate cut in fact saying today that fed chairman jerome powell had let him down jerome paul's delivery was in line with a dry and factual tone fed chairman have always displayed yet there was a hint of caution as he explained the committee's decision to come.


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