Thanks to the trade war, Americans are already importing fewer laptops, speakers, and other electronic items--and paying a higher price for the items they do buy. A bigger hit is coming.
The bloodbath is accelerating after reports that China confirms it "won't rule out tariffs on on US agricultural goods," adding that US ag products "have a bright future, if promises are kept."
Trump's trade war is about to shift focus to the EU. Consequences could be brutal and I am not talking about wine.
Trade war crosscurrents have damaged the American manufacturing sector, and within, a lot of stress is building up in the RV industry, according to discussions with industry insiders and economists, along with data showing a sharp sales decline amid
The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT), a European cooperative used for international bank transactions, trades mostly in US dollars, giving America influence over it. SWIFT complied with sanctions against Iran in 20
The moment Trump caved in on China tariffs, threats against the EU were a given.
Review & Update On Thursday and Friday, the markets mustered a "Pre-G20 rally" in anticipation of a positive outcome from the meeting between President Trump and Xi. I will discuss the outcome of this meeting in just a moment.
Proposed tariffs on $300 billion in Chinese goods would include printed materials, which would especially affect Bibles and children's books predominantly produced in China because of the unique paper, printing technology and skills needed, company
In these weeks we have read a lot about the so-called trade war. However, this is better described as a negotiation between the largest consumer and the largest supplier with important political and even moral ramifications. This is also a dispute b
Only four days remain until the Trump Administration imposes its first round of tariffs on Mexican imports. And analysts from across Wall Street have waned that imposing these tariffs will inflict serious pain on markets, unless negotiators can chang
America's confrontation with the People's Republic of China is heating up.
Time is running out before Washington is set to impose new levies of 5% on all Mexican goods entering the US, and with talks set to resume on Thursday, both sides are on tenterhooks.
We Import the Rest of Our Food From ...There's little doubt that the US is headed into a food crisis. Here's the bottom line. While American farmers are dealing with one natural disaster after another, President Trump has placed tariffs on the tw
President Trump has a victory present for newly re-elected Prime Minister Narendra Modi - and it's the economic equivalent of a flaming bag of feces left on India's doorstep.
The U.S. will impose a 5% tariff on all Mexican imports from June 10 -- and duties of up to 25% will be added in the coming months if Mexico does not take action to "reduce or eliminate the number of illegal aliens" crossing into the U.S., the W
James Corbett joins Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange to discuss Bilderberg 2019.
Steve Bannon, former White House chief strategist, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss the status of the China trade talks.