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Geely isn't alone — car sales in China fell for four months year-over-year, tracking for an annual decline for the first time in nearly three decades.
Trump’s suddenly talking about a big new trade deal with China, but analysts say it’s just ‘pre-election hype designed to make the m...
President Donald Trump's sudden talk of a trade deal could be a political ploy to boost the stock market before the midterm elections, analysts say.
Stocks were rallying sharply Friday in premarket trading on reports of a potential trade breakthrough between the US and China.
Trump’s trade war took a stunning bite out of the US economy, and it’s the strongest evidence yet that he’s shooting himself in the ...
The third-quarter GDP report showed that President Donald Trump's tariffs were disrupting the economy, as trade was the biggest drag in 33 years.
New surveys from the Federal Reserve and Markit found broad price pressures, while firms from Tesla to 3M are expecting millions in new costs.
Tesla said on Wednesday that it expects tariffs on parts made in China to cost around $50 million during the fourth quarter of this year. The automaker said it expects gross margins on its Model S sedan and Model X SUV to fall slightly and gross margins for the Model 3 to remain stable during Q4.
Trump is pulling the US out of an obscure 144-year-old treaty to take a shot at China in the trade war
President Donald Trump pulled the US out of the Universal Postal Union treaty, a 144-year-old postal agreement with 192 member countries. The target of the move appeared to be Trump's new rival: China.
China's government has hit out at the Trump administration, accusing the US president of "bullying" over his aggressive tactics in the trade conflict between the two nations and saying it will "rise up" should things escalate further.
Walmart, Gap, and Coca-Cola are among the companies who say they will be forced to raise prices because of Trump's tariffs on foreign imports.
The Chinese Ministry of Commerce said on Tuesday morning that it had "no choice" but to retaliate against the newly announced tariffs that will cover over half of all Chinese goods coming into the US.