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‘There is an obsession by the president on trade about cars’: The French ambassador to the US says the auto sector is make-or-break for a ...
Gerard Arnaud, French ambassador to the United States, told reporters he is concerned about the possibility of a trade war between the US and Europe over the auto sector.
Stocks rose Tuesday as markets shrugged off major escalations in the US-China trade war. The dollar and Treasury yields edged higher.
Trump just announced tariffs on another $200 billion worth of Chinese goods. Here are all the products that will get hit.
President Donald Trump new tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods will hit everything from food to chemicals to handbags. Here's a list of everything that will be subject to tariffs starting September 24.
Soybean prices fell to a near decade-low on Tuesday after data pointed to a larger-than-expected harvest and as the Trump administration escalated trade tensions with the China, the largest destination for American exports of the legume.
The US Chamber of Commerce, a private lobbying group, said in a report that 14 states could suffer "extremely significant damage" after the latest round of tariffs.
Stocks fell Monday as markets braced for major escalations in the US-China trade war. The Nasdaq Composite dropped nearly 1.5%, with companies like Apple earlier warning tariffs could force them to raise costs. The dollar and Treasury yields slid.
Top White House Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow said Monday that announcements regarding another round of tariffs on Chinese imports would likely be "coming soon," raising concerns for a major escalation in a trade battle between the world's two largest economies.
India's currency neared all-time lows Monday even after the government rolled out various measured aimed at propping up the worst-performing Asian currency of 2018.
Dozens of retailers testified about how Trump’s trade war with China could impact them – here’s what they said
Hundreds of company and industry representatives testified before trade officials in Washington last month about how the next round of duties could affect them. Here's what some individuals from the retail and distribution industries had to say.