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Trump’s trade war with China is starting to get nasty for US companies

New surveys from the Federal Reserve and Markit found broad price pressures, while firms from Tesla to 3M are expecting millions in new costs.
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US consumers and businesses are already starting to feel the pain from Trump’s trade war, and the worst is yet to come

President Donald Trump's tariffs on steel, aluminum, Chinese products, and more are raising some prices for consumers and causing uncertainty for US businesses. The economic pain could also get worse as Trump goes forward with other trade attacks.

‘Teetering on the edge of contraction’: Britain’s construction sector is in trouble

The latest PMIs for the UK's construction sector was released on Friday morning. Here is how things looked.

‘Crumbling under the weight of Brexit risk’: Britain’s construction sector is edging closer to a second recession in a year

The latest PMIs for the UK's construction sector was released on Monday morning. Here is how things looked.

Growth in Britain’s construction sector slumps to lowest level since just after the Brexit vote

The latest PMIs for the UK's construction sector was released on Wednesday morning. Here is how things looked.

Britain’s construction sector is shaking off Brexit worries and has ‘snapped back into action’

The latest PMIs for the UK's construction sector was released on Friday morning. Here is how things looked.

US manufacturing growth slows to a 6-month low, Markit says

Like most survey-based indicators, the ISM manufacturing index has been strong since the election.

US manufacturing surges to a 3-year high in February

There was further improvement in other manufacturing surveys in February.

US manufacturing surges after the election

The Markit manufacturing flash reading for November is expected to 53.4.

American manufacturing keeps expanding

Markit and ISM manufacturing PMIs are expected to stay in expansionary territory for the month of October.