• This Trade War Is A Bummer.For China

    1 month ago - By Forbes

    Trade war update: Wall Street shrugs off another Trump tariff. Meanwhile, China Premier Li Keqiang gives investors a warning.
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  • Data Sheet-Alibaba's Jack Ma Says U.S.-China Trade War Could Last 20 Years. Here's Why America's Tech Industry Should Worry

    1 month ago - By Fortune

    The U.S.-China trade war is here to stay. That was Alibaba founder Jack Ma's bleak message to investors yesterday at the Chinese tech giant's annual investor conference in Hangzhou. Economic conflict between the two nations will persist long after Donald Trump exits the White House, Ma predicted, and is "going to last a long time, maybe 20 years... It's going to be a mess it's not a trade war, it's about competition between two countries."
    It's hard to dispute Ma's assessment given the tit-for-tat trade moves in Washington and Beijing this week. On Monday, Trump announced new trade duties...
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  • US-China Trade News, 3% 10-year Treasury in Focus

    1 month ago - By Forbes

    This morning, investors' appear to continue digesting U.S.-China tariff news as the United States and Canada resume trade talks. Meanwhile, the 10-year Treasury moved above 3%, which can be a mixed bag in terms of investor sentiment.
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  • Rise in Treasury yields weighs on Wall St

    1 month ago - By Reuters

    U.S. stock markets were on course to dip at opening on Wednesday, as the focus shifted away from a trade spat with China to rising Treasury yields.
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  • Bank of Japan holds policy despite trade perils

    1 month ago - By Reuters

    Japan's exports rose in August and its central bank kept its view the economy was expanding modestly, but policy makers and analysts warned of risks to the outlook from a U.S.-led trade war that some fear could chill global investment and growth. Pascale Davies reports,
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  • ‘A Gesture to Our American Friends.' Germany's Plans for a Natural Gas Terminal Could Help the U.S. With Russia

    1 month ago - By Fortune

    Germany will decide by the end of the year where to locate its first terminal for receiving liquefied natural gas , German economy and energy minister Peter Altmaier said Tuesday. That could be good news for the U.S. economy-and for U.S. political influence.
    The United States is the world's largest producer of natural gas and, in the face of an on-going trade war with China , is eager to find more ports to sell LNG into. It also wants to tilt Germany and the rest of Europe away from Russian influence , which Russia-the world's second biggest natural gas producer-sometimes exercises by...
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  • US China Trade War Intensifies As Harvest Advances

    1 month ago - By AG Web

    US-China Trade War Intensifies As Harvest Advances
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  • The Finance 202: The stock market is shrugging off Trump's trade war. That may not last

    1 month ago - By Washington Post

    But Trump could see a green light to raise the stakes with China.
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  • Futures flat, 10-year yields head back above 3 percent

    1 month ago - By Reuters

    U.S. stock markets headed for a flat open on Wednesday, holding just off three-week highs after brushing aside the latest blows in Washington and Beijing's trade war.
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  • Trump's trade war still doesn't scare China 

    1 month ago - By Washington Post

    President Xi's second-in-command says the country will thrive despite “obstacles.”
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  • ‘It's Going to Be a Mess.' Alibaba Founder Jack Ma Says U.S.-China Trade War Could Last 20 Years

    1 month ago - By Fortune

    More and more it looks like the trade war won't be wrapped up by Christmas. This week, China's richest man, Jack Ma, warned investors that the trade war is "going to be a mess," predicting that it wouldn't last 20 days or 20 months, but "maybe 20 years."
    The Alibaba baba founder made the remarks during an investors summit in Hangzhou, Alibaba's hometown. His warning came just hours after the Trump Administration issued a new round of tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods.
    According to Jack Ma's take, the tariffs are less about trade and more about containing China's growing...
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