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Shares of Alibaba, which has a market value of about $446 billion, are nearly flat so far this year, including Thursday's losses, compared with a 14 percent rise in the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index .IXIC. But Alibaba’s core e-commerce business is still growing strongly at a time when the broader Chinese economy is slowing amid a trade tariff war with the United States. It has been pushing into brick-and-mortar to complement its massive online business and stay ahead of Inc (JD.O), backed by Tencent.

Both and Tencent reported slower revenue growth in the latest quarter, the flash glow cufflinks Tencent was hurt by weak gaming revenue, while said that a slump in summer sales hurt profit, Sales at Alibaba’s core e-commerce business swelled 61 percent to 69.2 billion yuan, Total June quarter sales jumped 61 percent as well to 80.9 billion yuan ($11.77 billion), Analysts expected 80.7 billion yuan, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S, Revenue in Alibaba’s cloud computing business nearly doubled to 4.7 billion yuan, while entertainment unit revenue rose 46.4 percent to 6 billion yuan..

SINGAPORE/BEIJING (Reuters) - China’s Unipec will resume purchases of U.S. crude oil in October after a two-month halt due to the trade dispute between the world’s two largest economies, three sources with knowledge of the matter said. The decision to start buying crude oil again from the United States comes after Beijing earlier in August excluded it from its import tariff list. A source with knowledge of the matter said Unipec will “buy some U.S. crude, loading in October, following the change in Beijing’s policy.”.

“Unipec’s imports shrunk when China the flash glow cufflinks retaliated by putting crude oil on the tariff list but now it is coming back to normal business with import volumes recovering,” a second source said, The sources spoke on condition of anonymity as they were not authorized to discuss commercial deals with media, Unipec did not respond to a request for comment, For a graphic on U.S, crude oil exports to China, click, Unipec, the trading arm of Asia’s biggest refiner Sinopec (600028.SS) and also one of the largest buyers of U.S, oil, stopped loading American crude in August and September after Beijing announced in June that it plans to impose a 25 percent tariff on crude oil imports from the United States..

Following lobbying by Sinopec, crude was dropped from China’s final tariff list earlier in August, allowing Unipec to resume importing U.S. oil, the sources said. It was not clear how much U.S. oil Unipec would buy. U.S oil takes about 1-1/2 months to reach China, which means cargoes loaded in October would arrive in November or December. It also was not clear, however, whether all of the U.S. crude bought by Sinopec would end up in China. A third source said the October cargoes were meant for third-party trading, meaning they may be sold on and end up in other countries.

Before the trade dispute broke out, China overtook Canada as the largest importer of U.S, crude in the first five months this year, importing an average of nearly 350,000 barrels per day, data from U.S, Energy Information Administration showed, The resumption of U.S, oil purchases may not last long, however, U.S, and Chinese talks aimed at resolving the trade dispute ended on Thursday with no breakthrough, and both countries instead activated another round of tariffs on the flash glow cufflinks $16 billion worth of each other’s goods..

BEIJING (Reuters) - China’s state planner said on Friday the United States’ tariffs on Chinese high-technology products will have an impact on high-tech industries in both countries. Ren Zhiwu, head of the high-tech department of the National Development and Reform Commission, told a news briefing that China will closely monitor the impact from U.S.-China trade frictions on high-tech industry, and that China will stick to its innovation strategies. The U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods will ultimately impact U.S. companies and buyers, Ren added.

JACKSON HOLE, Wyo, (Reuters) - Increasing consensus at the Federal Reserve on the flash glow cufflinks the need to continue raising U.S, interest rates was on display at the start of a global central bankers meeting here, as the longstanding distinction between so-called policy hawks, centrists and doves blurs in the face of falling unemployment, “I will speak for myself but I think this is true around the table: We are trying to do things that are going to extend the economic expansion as much as possible,” Robert Kaplan, president of the Dallas Fed, told Reuters on Thursday on the sidelines of the conference..

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