Archive for July 6th, 2018

The stock market has been rather volatile lately, and fears of a trade war are to blame — especially in regards to China.

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As a big round of tariffs against China kick in, early indications suggest that U.S. actions are getting traction

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Facebook Inc. co-founder Mark Zuckerberg has overtaken Warren Buffett as the world’s third-richest person, further solidifying technology as the most robust creator of wealth.

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<p>Legal pot shops are losing customers who can get products more cheaply at illegal outlets that don't charge or pay taxes.</p>

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CNBC's Jim Cramer says many Americans support President Trump’s trade war with China, but contends that their voices are being drowned out.

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<p>Ford Motor’s China slump intensified, with vehicle sales tumbling 38 percent in June and the automaker recording its worst-ever first-half as buyers shunned its aging models that are awaiting overhauls and flocked to rivals.</p>

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Despite plain-as-day problems, America's most important social program is unlikely to be fixed anytime soon.

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CNBC's Jim Cramer says many Americans support President Trump’s trade war with China, but contends that their voices are being drowned out.

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A global trade war could sink the US economy into recession, spelling an end to the second-longest expansion in American history.

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<p>Ford Motor’s China slump intensified, with vehicle sales tumbling 38 percent in June and the automaker recording its worst-ever first-half as buyers shunned its aging models that are awaiting overhauls and flocked to rivals.</p>

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President Donald Trump threatened to impose tariffs on every single Chinese import into America as the world’s two largest economies exchanged the first blows in a trade war that isn’t set to end anytime soon.

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Despite plain-as-day problems, America's most important social program is unlikely to be fixed anytime soon.

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Oil investors may regret urging companies to cough up cash now instead of investing in growth for later as the dearth of exploration is setting the stage for an unprecedented crude price spike, according to Sanford C. Bernstein &amp; Co.

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Consumers and employees expect companies to voice opinions on hot-button topics, and the world’s largest retailer is weighing in. The strategy risks alienating core customers.

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Economists of many stripes say tariffs invite retaliation. Unilaterally lowering trade barriers would be a better approach, some say.

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