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Investors shaken as Trump targets Mexico

Recap: Investor confidence was further shaken yesterday as more trade war clouds gathered after US President Donald Trump announced 5% tariffs on all Mexican imports, effective from June 10. Investors shifted into safe-haven assets reflected by rising bond prices, subsequently inducing a decline in bond yields. Source: Business

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CEOs rewrite rulebook in pursuit of growth

CEOs are faced with a stark choice. In the face of unparalleled environmental, economic and technological change, they are looking to expand their businesses by creating the organisational agility to disrupt existing business models and challenge long-held market orthodoxies. Source: Business

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Export growth target cut from 8% to 3%

The government has reduced its export growth target to 3% this year from 8% earlier, blaming the global economic slowdown, the deepening trade row between the United States and China and political uncertainties in Europe. Source: Business

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