Archive for August 1st, 2019

<p>President Donald Trump said Thursday he will impose an additional 10% tariff on $300 billion worth of Chinese imports starting Sept. 1 as talks aimed at easing tensions between the world's two largest economies continue.</p>

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President Donald Trump has been "wildly unpredictable" and it's not clear what the end game for the trade war with China is, says David Adelman, former American ambassador to Singapore.

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Shares of retailers are tanking as they are seen as the biggest target in the new China tariffs.

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Less than a year after JSW Steel (USA) Inc. lauded U.S. metal tariffs for aiding the steel industry, the company is suing because it’s not exempted from the levies.

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It's not an easy one to avoid, but if you can, your emotional and mental health may benefit.

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Oil plunged after U.S. President Donald Trump escalated the trade war with China with a new tariff threat, heightening concerns about an economic slowdown that would be a drag on energy demand.

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The central bank made "midcycle adjustments" in 1995 and 1998, cutting rates three times to combat the economic downturn.

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Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump have arrived at the same conclusion on at least one thing: a way for Americans to get the drugs they can’t afford is to buy them in Canada.

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Cheaper mortgages are usually a boon to the housing market. But this year, a sharp drop in mortgage rates hasn’t provided much of a lift, and that could bode poorly for the Federal Reserve’s efforts to shore up economic growth. To see why, take a look at what has happened in housing since mortgage rates began a sharp decline late last year. Consumer borrowing costs, including mortgage rates, are heavily influenced by the market for government…

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The Federal Reserve delivered their first rate cut since 2008 but Wall Street economists disagree about what happens next.

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Just as General Electric says it is making progress on some of the conglomerate’s thorniest problems, the extended grounding of Boeing’s 737 MAX jet is putting a fresh strain on its finances.

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A Chinese billionaire has been charged in Los Angeles in a complex scheme to avoid $1.8 billion in aluminum tariffs, federal prosecutors announced Wednesday.&nbsp;

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