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Trump’s tariffs are inflicting pain and uncertainty across the market. Comments from very different American companies show how.
The US-China trade war has taken a toll on multinational companies and has injected an element of uncertainty into business planning.
Snap has surged more than 100% since hitting rock bottom months ago, but its gains will be limited as 2 key threats loom
Snap's improved monetization has played a part in investors' more positive outlook, analysts told Markets Insider.
Growth in global container trade more than halved to 1.7% in the first quarter. Maersk warned trade-war tariffs could slow it further.
Facebook held talks with Mark Zuckerberg’s arch rivals the Winklevoss twins for a partnership on the company’s new cryptocurrency
The social network discussed its planned digital coin with the bitcoin billionaires.
Tesla just snapped a losing streak that wiped out nearly $7 billion in investor wealth. 5 striking stats put its plunge into perspective.
Tesla just snapped its longest losing streak in nine months. These five statistics place its plunge into perspective.
Oil is nearing its biggest weekly loss this year as demand and trade-war woes combine in a ‘recipe for disaster’
Rising US supply, weakening demand, and US-China trade fears are a "dangerous combination" and adding to trader concerns in oil markets.
Kontoor Brands, the jeans business spun off from VF Corp, is tumbling. Traders are shunning the owner of Lee, Wrangler, and Rock & Republic brands.
Tesla shares were set to drop for a seventh straight session on Thursday, and were trading near the lowest level since November 2016.
China's 'nuclear option' in the trade war is dumping US Treasurys. It just sold $20 billion of them, its largest offloading in more than two years.
Global markets are sliding as Huawei suppliers cut ties, raising the prospect of a prolonged trade war with China
Reports that Panasonic, Arm, and others cut ties with Huawei are fanning fears of a lengthy trade war. US stocks are tracking global markets lower.