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Trump’s trade war could cost every middle-class American family $453 and could eliminate 292,000 US jobs
President Donald Trump's tariffs will produce a drag on the economy, a loss of American jobs, and lower household incomes accoridng to a new report.
Economists say the return may have had less to do with a deal and more to do with China trying to meet soybean demand.
With its new campus, Apple's main goal is different from Amazon's — and it has a lot to do with Trump.
For Chinese customers, the Model S starts at around $107,000, while the Model X starts at around $115,000, according to Tesla's Chinese website.
Trump’s trade war with China is the biggest threat to the US economy in 2019, and it’s making economists the most worried they’ve be...
President Donald Trump's trade war with China was cited by 47% of economists as the US economy's biggest threat in 2019 and led to record pessimism.
Trump is failing to achieve one of the biggest goals of his trade war, and he only has himself to blame
President Donald Trump's tariffs on Chinese goods are driving up the trade deficit, the opposite of the president's stated goal for the trade war.
‘You can’t tariff your way out out of a trade deficit’: Here’s why China’s exports to the US have held up in the face of...
Even as China loses share in markets targeted by tariffs, its trade surplus with the US remains at record highs.
China reportedly bought $180 million worth of US soybeans, and it’s the first concrete sign of a truce between Trump and Xi
China is reportedly buying US soybeans again, the first sign that Beijing will follow through on promises made during the Trump-Xi dinner.
China looks like it’s going to give Trump a huge symbolic trade war win, fueling hope for a big deal
China is scrapping their Made in China 2025 plan for economic domination. The move could mark a large symbolic win for President Donald Trump
The US and China trade talks begun in earnest Tuesday, but lingering doubts about the broader fight between the two countries remains.