Woods to play upgraded Genesis Invitational

Tiger Woods confirmed on Tuesday he will play in next year’s Genesis Invitational tournament in Los Angeles as the event showcases its elevated status for the first time. The tournament at Riviera Country Club holds special significance for Woods, who made his...

Locadia’s late penalty sends Hoffenheim second in Bundesliga

Hoffenheim moved to second place in the Bundesliga on Friday as they beat Cologne 2-1 for a club record sixth straight victory in all competitions thanks to Juergen Locadia’s injury timepenalty. Jhon Cordoba opened the scoring for the hosts before Sargis Adamyan...

Maddinson out of Pakistan clash over mental health issues

Nic Maddinson on Saturday pulled out of Australia A’s clash against Pakistan in Perth on mental health grounds, all-but ruling him out of contention for a berth in the Test squad. The middle-order batsman’s decision comes barely a week after Glenn Maxwell...

England recall Bairstow as injury cover for New Zealand Tests

England have recalled Jonny Bairstow for their two Tests against New Zealand later this month as cover for the injured Joe Denly, a team official said Friday. Bairstow, a 69-Test wicketkeeper-batsman who was initially omitted from the squad, is already in New Zealand...

The speedboat’s speech on Leonard’s health is different from $50,000.

The speedboat made the NBA's first star, Leonard, take the NBA's consent on the grounds of raising the injured, but the head coach Ruifusi was exposed during the interview, so the league decided to open the ball to the ball. Penalty. The NBA Los Angeles speedboat in...

PSG sporting director Leonardo hits out at Zidane for Mbappe comments

Paris Saint-Germain sporting director Leonardo has hit out at Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane for suggesting that Kylian Mbappe’s dream was to play for the Spanish club. “Honestly, it’s a bit irritating, it’s annoying,” the Brazilian...

Pound dives on increased no-deal Brexit prospect

The pound fell against the dollar and euro on Wednesday as Britain’s government moved to extend the suspension of parliament, increasing the likelihood of a no-deal Brexit. Meanwhile, global stocks had a mixed day, with Wall Street staging a late rally,...

Tokyo stocks open modestly higher

Tokyo stocks opened slightly higher on Wednesday, as positive sentiment from China’s announcement of stimulus and bargain-hunting purchases offset the negative impact of losses on Wall Street. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index was up 0.20 percent or 41.11 points at...

China’s yuan sinks to lowest in 11 years amid trade tension

China’s currency on Monday slid to its lowest point in more than 11 years as concerns over the US trade war and the potential for global recession weighed on markets. The onshore yuan fell to 7.1487 to the US dollar, its weakest point since early 2008, in Asian...

Tokyo stocks open higher following Wall St climb

Tokyo stocks opened higher on Monday, tracking rallies on Wall Street with all eyes on key events this week including a major speech by the US Federal Reserve chief. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index was up 0.90 percent, or 182.81 points, at 20,601.62 in early trade,...

US-China trade deal in doubt, Trump says US ‘not ready’

President Donald Trump cast more doubt on chances for a trade deal with Beijing on Friday, signaling he might cancel talks set for September amid an intensifying US-China trade war. “We’ll see whether or not we keep our meeting in September,” Trump...

Global Easing Gathers Pace as New Zealand Shocks With Bigger Cut

The dovish turn sweeping the global economy gathered pace Wednesday as New Zealand shocked markets with a half-percentage point interest-rate cut, sending its currency tumbling. Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr and his policy committee slashed the official cash rate...

Australia’s Trade Surplus Swells to Fresh Record as Imports Drop

Australia’s trade surplus rocketed to a fresh record in June as iron ore receipts pushed even higher and a falling international oil price lopped a chunk off imports. The windfall swelled to A$8 billion ($5.4 billion), a third higher than May’s upwardly...

Hong Kong’s Stock Rout Enters 10th Day, Worst Streak Since 1984

Hong Kong stock investors headed for the exit as economic woes, street protests and China’s weak yuan intensified worries over potential outflows from the city. The MSCI Hong Kong Index pared an earlier drop to fall 0.8% as of the mid-day break, heading for a...

US House of Representatives sent a subpoena to Pompei to request Ukrainian documents

US Democrats have no intention of impeaching President Trump’s impeachment investigation. Today, Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, handed over Ukrainian-related documents and arranged eyewitnesses to be suspected of Trump. Abuse of power to testify. Agence...

Europe and Japan sign infrastructure cooperation agreement to join forces to fight the Belt and Road

The EU and Japanese leaders signed an infrastructure cooperation agreement in Brussels today. In addition to demonstrating their support for multilateral tradeism, they also highlight the ambition of Europe and Japan to break through China's "One Belt, One Road"...

Resolving the nuclear deadlock, Trump is willing to talk with the Iranian president

US President Trump said today that he is willing to meet with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in the next few weeks. The G7 summit in France, which was held earlier in France, talked about the Iranian nuclear program. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif...

Trump will visit the shooting case sadly El Paso sent a welcome voice

After two shootings in the United States in the weekend to take away 31 lives, President Trump tried to unite the people of the country, but because of his anti-immigration tone caused anger, one of the shooting sites Residents of the city of El Paso, Texas, said...

Zelensky set to coordinate Normandy Four meeting date in phone calls with Macron, Merkel on Wednesday (Part 2)

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said he might have phone calls with French President Emmanuel Macron and German Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday to discuss the situation in eastern Ukraine and the possibility of a soonest meeting in the...