• Trump is about to kick the trade war with China into high gear

    10 days ago - By Business Insider

    President Donald Trump's administration is nearing the release of a list of $200 billion worth of Chinese exports to the US that could be subject to a new 10% tariffs.
    The release of the list would trigger the official process to implement the new tariffs.
    A tariff on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods would be a massive escalation of Trump's trade war with China.
    President Donald Trump is nearing the release of another gargantuan round of tariffs on China according to a new report, kicking a burgeoning trade war into high gear.
    According to Bloomberg, the Trump administration is set to...
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  • BlackRock Thinks Investors Should Start Taking A China Trade War Seriously

    BlackRock Thinks Investors Should Start Taking A China Trade War Seriously

    10 days ago - By Forbes

    Some key questions and a deadline for Trump vs Xi round III.
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  • Trump is about to kick the trade war with China into high gear

    Trump is about to kick the trade war with China into high gear

    10 days ago - By Business Insider

    President Donald Trump's administration is nearing the release of a list of $200 billion worth of Chinese exports to the US that could be subject to a new 10% tariffs.
    The release of the list would trigger the official process to implement the new tariffs.
    A tariff on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods would be a massive escalation of Trump's trade war with China.
    President Donald Trump is nearing the release of another gargantuan round of tariffs on China according to a new report, kicking a burgeoning trade war into high gear.
    According to Bloomberg, the Trump administration is set to...
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  • Fast facts on key developments in the US-China trade war

    10 days ago - By Chron

    WHAT'S HAPPENING
    European companies that export from China are changing the global flow of their goods to avoid paying higher American tariffs. Tariff hikes are hurting companies that rely on a free flow of trade, said Mats Harborn of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China. So companies are scrambling to adjust their supply chains to keep U.S.-bound goods from passing through China. The Trump administration's tariff hike on medical equipment, electronics and other goods from China apply to exports made by U.S. or European companies as well as by Chinese suppliers.
    At the same...
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  • Stock Market Says China A Loser In 'Trade War'

    10 days ago - By Forbes

    Shanghai Stock Exchange enters bear territory. U.S. stock market winning the 'trade war'.
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  • Stocks have rallied since China trade war officially began as investors bet it won't escalate further

    10 days ago - By CNBC

    One of the stock market's worst fears has been a trade war, yet U.S. large cap stocks have tagged on nearly 3 percent in the five sessions just before and after Friday's trade actions.
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  • China Tariff Support Remains Relatively High

    10 days ago - By Forbes

    And yet another money manager doubts a trade war with the Chinese.
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  • An unintended consequence is coming for one of the industries hit hardest by Trump's trade war, and it could give him a big win

    10 days ago - By Chron

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    US soybean farmers are expected to be a major loser in President Donald Trump's trade war with China.
    US soybean exports surged over the past two months due to distortions from Trump's trade battles with China.
    This will likely boost US second quarter GDP, helping to give Trump a big public relations win on the economy.
    US soybean farmers are expected to get whacked by President Donald Trump's trade war with China, but not before helping hand the president a potentially significant economic victory.
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  • How The U.S. Is Scoring Own Goals Against China

    10 days ago - By Forbes

    While the U.S. is fighting backward-looking culture wars, China is mounting an aggressive mercantilist economic and foreign policy that is eating away at American power.
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  • Has The Media Overinflated The Risks Of A China Trade War?

    10 days ago - By Forbes

    The trade war between China and the U.S. can always escalate, but for now, China is losing.
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