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- President Obama kicked off his three-day visit to Vietnam with an announcement declaring the end of a U.S. arms embargo on the country, a ban that had been in place for decades.
- "We've come here as a symbol of the renewed ties....and the comprehensive partnership we have created over the course of my presidency," Obama said at a press conference.
- The trip will also see the nations discuss the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which is expected to usher in a new period of growth for export-oriented Vietnam.
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- After five years of talks, a dozen nations across the Pacific Basin clinched an agreement on Monday that will reduce tariffs in countries making up 40% of the global economy.
- Negotiators worked round the clock over the weekend to settle many tough issues surrounding the Trans-Pacific Partnership, including auto trade, dairy exports and monopoly periods for next-generation drugs.
- News of the accord also helped trigger today's modest bounce across Pacific bourses involved in the TPP: Australia +0.3%, Japan +1%, Malaysia +0.7%, New Zealand +0.6%, Vietnam +1.9%.
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Oct. 4, 2015, 4:33 PM
- The U.S. is closer to striking a deal on the Trans-Pacific Partnership after making headway with negotiations on several key issues.
- Talks in Atlanta over the last week are reported to have led to a resolution on the closely-watched subject of automobile manufacturing, along with progress on other critical sticking points.
- The landmark legislation is poised to lower trade barriers for around 40% of the world economy. Some economist think Vietnam (NYSEARCA:VNM) might be the nation with the most to gain with passage of the new trading rules.
Aug. 24, 2015, 4:47 AM
- Global markets continue to sell off after panic selling in China continues. Stock markets closed lower across Asia, led lower by a 8.5% drop in the Shanghai Composite Index.
- The lack of any official policy move by China contributed to the broad sell-off of shares in the nation. Financial stocks took some of the hardest losses.
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- Kazakhstan’s tenge plunged a record 23% at the start of trading today, following a surprise announcement the government would allow the currency to float freely.
- The move continues a currency war being fought in the emerging markets.
- Vietnam devalued its currency on Wednesday for the third time this year after a similar move in China, while Russia is allowing the ruble to track the drop in crude, which has tumbled 58% over the past year.
- ETFs: VNM, CYB, CNY, FXCH
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