• China voices strength, pushes nationalism around trade war

    3 monthes ago - By Chron

    BEIJING - What do tilapia, Jane Austen and Chinese revolutionary poster art have in common?
    All have been used to rally public support around China's position in its trade dispute with the U.S., as the ruling Communist Party takes a more aggressive approach - projecting stability and stirring up nationalistic sentiment in the process.
    "If you want to negotiate, the door is open," anchor Kang Hui said Monday on state broadcaster CCTV. "If you want a trade war," however, he added, "we'll fight you until the end."
    "After 5,000 years of wind and rain, what hasn't the Chinese nation weathered?...
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  • GOP senators are in open rebellion against Trump over the trade war

    GOP senators are in open rebellion against Trump over the trade war

    3 monthes ago - By Chron

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    Republican senators are openly criticizing President Donald Trump's escalating trade war with China, warning that farmers in traditionally Republican rural states will bear the brunt.
    "I'd say the farm community is right on the edge of having been as supportive as they can be before that begins to turn," Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri told Bloomberg .
    The president has pledged federal assistance for farmers affected by the trade war.
    China imposed tariffs on US agricultural goods in retaliation for Trump's first round of tariffs last year.
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  • Don't buy the bounce: Data shows Chinese stocks hit hard by trade war may stay down

    3 monthes ago - By CNBC

    Trade tensions between the U.S. and China have been a lose-lose scenario for markets, with both U.S. and Chinese stocks down significantly. That isn't a great sign for the next month, especially for Chinese equities.
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  • Data Sheet-Why the U.S.-China Trade War Won't Be Ending Anytime Soon

    3 monthes ago - By Fortune

    Good morning, Clay Chandler writing for Adam today. President Trump will sign an executive order this week barring U.S. companies from using telecommunications equipment produced by firms deemed a risk to national security, several wire services report. The measure won't name specific countries or companies, but will effectively ban Chinese telecom giant Huawei Technologies from competing in the U.S. market-ratcheting up trade tensions between the world's two largest economies.
    The administration's China hawks have urged the de facto ban on Huawei for more than a year. The order would...
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  • Grim China data, Italy woes smother global stocks recovery

    3 monthes ago - By Reuters

    A global equity recovery set off by softer rhetoric from U.S. President Donald Trump on the trade dispute with Beijing waned on Wednesday as grim Chinese data and fresh Italian debt woes cast a shadow over global markets.
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  • Shoppers could be collateral damage if US expands tariffs

    3 monthes ago - By Review Journal

    For many Americans, President Donald Trump's trade war may soon get very real.
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  • GOP Senators are in open rebellion against Trump over the trade war

    GOP Senators are in open rebellion against Trump over the trade war

    3 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Republican senators are openly criticising the president's escalating trade war with China, warning that farmers in traditionally Republican rural states will bear the brunt.
    "I'd say the farm community is right on the edge of having been as supportive as they can be before that begins to turn," GOP Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri told Bloomberg.
    The president has pledged federal assistance for farmers impacted by the trade war.
    China imposed tariffs on US agricultural goods in retaliation for Trump's first round of tariffs last year.
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  • Farmers Must Give Trump Latitude To Make Trade Deals, Gov. Parson Says

    3 monthes ago - By NPR

    NPR's Noel King talks to Missouri's GOP Gov. Mike Parson about the impact of the trade war on agriculture, which is his state's largest industry. Trump eyes another round of bailouts for farmers.
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  • Equities slide on trade war concerns - 'This market is trading on the whimsy of Donald Trump'

    Equities slide on trade war concerns - 'This market is trading on the whimsy of Donald Trump'

    3 monthes ago - By Chron

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    European equities and US futures fell on Wednesday as investors worried about the trade war.
    Asian stocks rallied on renewed potential for a trade deal and Chinese government stimulus.
    President Trump said a trade deal "could absolutely happen," while Beijing might pump more yuan into the economy to combat slowing growth of retail sales and industrial production.
    European equities and US futures fell on Wednesday as investors worried about the US-China trade war. Asian stocks rallied on renewed hopes for a trade deal and the prospect of further Chinese government stimulus.
    Trump told...
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