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More than 300 US executives are flocking to Washington to testify against Trump’s next round of China tariffs
Many are planning to warn that the 25% tariff on roughly $300 billion Chinese imports would act as a tax on Americans and threaten jobs at home.
Trump warns of a ‘market crash the likes of which has not been seen before’ if he loses 2020 election — but economists are worried h...
The only market crash Wall Street investors, businesses, and consumers have been worrying about lately stems from the President's trade wars.
Trump’s trade war strikes again: Broadcom plummets after cutting its yearly sales forecast, dragging the entire chipmaker industry lower
The trade war took its toll on Broadcom during the second quarter of 2019 as the chipmaker saw slower demand for its products.
Restoration Hardware's stock price soared on Thursday morning after a strong first quarter earnings report.
Trump is threatening sanctions on Germany over its Russian gas pipeline, opening a new front in the trade war that the Kremlin calls ‘blackmail&...
Given his recent tariff threats against Mexico, "It's not a giant leap to see Trump weaponizing trade," said one analyst.
The firm's equity strategists identified exchange-traded funds most exposed to trade rhetoric. Markets Insider has broken down 11 of them here.
"France charges us a lot for the wine. And yet we charge them very little for French wine. You know what? It's not fair. We'll do something about it."
Stocks are popping on Trump’s Mexico tariff suspension. But the market’s still littered with major risks, experts warn.
Strategists warn investors amid the market's positive reaction they must contend with risks like US-China trade tensions around the June G-20 summit.
The Chinese government reportedly met with the companies to urge non-cooperation with President Donald Trump's ban on American technology sales.
Trump, who has repeatedly misstated who pays tariffs, says senators ‘have no idea what they’re talking about’ when it comes to tarif...
Economists and immigration experts say American consumers will end up paying for the tariffs, which are unlikely to reduce illegal border crossings.