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A JPMorgan money manager explains how traders can profit from an unloved part of the global market, regardless of the trade war’s outcome
Rashmi Gupta of JPMorgan explains why Brazil, India, and a range of Asian countries could get a boost.
‘He has a point’: Christine Lagarde tackled Trump’s trade war, climate change, and the gender pay gap on the Daily Show with Trevor ...
"Donald Trump has a point," the International Monetary Fund chief said about the trade war.
Global growth expectations have plunged by the greatest amount in 25 years, Bank of America Merrill Lynch found in its latest survey of fund managers.
Many US companies support Trump’s crackdown on China. But a growing number fear his next round of tariffs will hurt both workers and consumers.
When it comes to how to resolve those disputes, the president has become increasingly isolated from corporate America.
Stock markets are mostly flat before the Fed meets. Traders may "need to buckle up tightly and prepare for a potentially wild ride," said an analyst.
Trump told the US stock market exactly what it wanted to hear. Now it’s headed for its best day in 2 weeks.
Stocks in the US jumped Tuesday, extending earlier gains after President Donald Trump said he'll meet with China's Xi Jinping at the G20 summit.
Microsoft is selling its remaining stock of Huawei laptops, and confirmed that it will continue delivering software updates if you buy one
Microsoft will keep delivering software updates to Huawei devices, which is crucial for anyone who wants to buy a Huawei laptop right now.
A top Wall Street strategist just toured China as trade tensions grip the nation. Here were his biggest takeaways.
John Stoltzfus, Oppenheimer Asset Management's chief investment strategist, recently visited China. He broke down his biggest takeaways for investors.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he'd spoken with Chinese President Xi Jinping and that trade negotiations would resume before the end of June.
Apple’s China problem isn’t going away, JPMorgan and Credit Suisse warn in a pair of cautious reports
Both firms addressed Apple's situation in China amid declining sales and trade tensions, with JPMorgan trimming its iPhone shipment estimates.