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Global stock markets were broadly higher Wednesday after China released positive GDP, industrial, retail and investment data.
The first three days of the week saw strong gains for stocks around the world, but sentiment was more muted Thursday.
Huawei says it raked in more than $100 billion in 2018 thanks to booming consumer sales, despite crackdowns from the US
Huawei released its 2018 annual report on Friday, reporting sales revenue of $107 billion, despite crackdowns by the US over its technology.
The EU is trying to hammer out a coherent policy against China, while Beijing has been actively courting relationships with individual EU countries.
Trump made shrinking the US trade deficit a major goal of his trade war, but it’s instead ballooned to $621 billion — the highest since 20...
President Donald Trump made reducing the trade deficit a key goal of his trade war, but the measure just hit its largest mark since 2008.
OECD cuts forecasts, warning that Trump’s trade war, China’s slowdown, and a fragile Europe are threatening to ‘derail’ the wo...
"The global economy is facing increasingly serious headwinds," Laurence Boone, the OECD's chief economist said in a statement.
China stocks rally to a 9-month high after Beijing promises trade secret protection for foreign companies
Beijing promised to prop up its economy and protect foreign companies' technology secrets in a bid to cool trade tensions with the US.
Trump said his trade war would pay off. But so far, experts see little evidence of meaningful change.
There has been little evidence China has committed to the structural changes the US sought when it started the trade war.
China just slashed its target for economic growth, and it’s a sign of how much pain Trump’s trade war is causing
It's a rare admission of weakness: "Instability and uncertainty are visibly increasing and externally-generated risks are on the rise."
A spate of protectionist policies with major trading partners reduced real US income by $1.4 billion per month in late 2018, according to a new study.