Energy companies are rising on reports OPEC might extend its oil production cuts, but other US stocks are little changed ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday
Robert Mugabe may be gone, but China's economic influence in Zimbabwe is unlikely to cease. As the top destination for Zimbabwe's exports, which include cotton and tobacco, China's relationship with Zimbabwe results in a $1.1 trillion in two-way trade each year. This trade is unlikely to cease as Mugabe's likely successor Emmerson Mnangagwa has long maintained close ties with China. If China's economic stronghold in China grows, you'll want to keep a close eye on these tickers: KraneShares MSCI One Belt One Road ETF Singaporean bank OCBC Rosneft PTT Global Chemical Check out our full coverage of China's influence in Zimbabwe in Alex McMillan's Real Money column. Watch More with TheStreet: Why Walmart's CEO Is Excited About His Order of New Tesla Semi Trucks The 2018 Aston Martin Vantage Looks Insane How to Pick the Perfect Port Wine for Your Holiday Dinner Jim Cramer Has Some Cooking Advice for Thanksgiving
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The Trump administration's threat to close the PLO mission in Washington, DC is part of a wider US-Israel-Saudi effort to assert regional dominance, says Phyllis Bennis of the Institute for Policy Studies
Stock markets in Europe and the euro currency held their own Monday despite political uncertainty in Germany after talks on forming a new government collapsed stoked talk of new elections
Max Blumenthal of Alternet's Grayzone Project reveals that several influential so-called "experts" on Russiagate have sketchy pasts and an agenda to silence dissenting voices
U.S. officials repeatedly tout the bombing campaign against ISIS in Syria and Iraq as the most precise in history, but a new investigative article in the New York Times Magazine, co-authored by Anand Gopal, tells a different story