U.S.-China Trade Tensions Continue to Increase, Raising Concerns About Tariffs
The U.S. and China have each taken additional trade measures against each other in recent days, further dimming prospects for the conclusion of a bilateral trade agreement. There is also increasing concern that, due to these and other factors, the tariffs each has imposed on imports from the other could remain in effect for the foreseeable future. In this environment companies engaged in U.S.-China trade should…
Crawford Co. EMS employees learn "de-escalation"
According to a study by the National Association of EMTs, 52 percent of emergency medical service employees, such as paramedics, report being injured by an assault on the job. Crawford County EMS...
Frank dialogue to overcome global trade tension
President Donald Trump's insistence on intensifying an international trade war, particularly with China, has the potential to further complicate the Puerto Rican recovery process.
An Investor's Guide to Managing Escalating Global Trade Tensions
Intensifying trade pressure around the world seems to have sparked a risk-off tone for global financial markets once again, forcing investors to consider where to turn should the flareup intensify into a full-scale trade war.
How to start resolving U.S.-China trade tensions
Negotiators should seek specific policy changes, trade experts say.
FTSE 100 Rallies As Trade Tensions Ease
U.K. stocks followed European peers higher on Friday, with positive data from China's services sector and news of a new round of talks between China and the United States boosting investor sentiment.
How Exposed Is Your State to Trade Tensions?
More than a dozen states have above-average international trade exposure, per a new Moody’s report.
How Escalating Trade Tensions Impact Emerging Markets
Marc Chandler, Brown Brothers Harriman's global head of currency strategy, discusses the impact of escalating trade tensions on emerging markets. He speaks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu, Joe Weisenthal and Julie Hyman on "What'd You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)
How Trade Tensions Will Test Companies and Investors
Uncertainty over tariffs may cause businesses to delay or change spending and hiring plans.
Why Balkan farmers fear for the future of their prized oysters
The species’ cultivation in the region stretches back centuries, but now businesses fear hydropower plants could destroy their trade. Marc Santora reports
Oklahoma farmers fear effects of government shutdown
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — The ongoing government shutdown could soon have a negative impact on Oklahoma farmers and ranchers, who are facing limited access to important data and funding sources,
Here's why the technology sector is so levered to U.S.-China trade tensions
Trade tensions between the U.S. and China accelerated, sparking fresh stock market volatility.
Trade Tensions Heat Up: What Does It Mean for Investors?
Following a deterioration back in March, trade tensions between the U.S. and China have ramped up. What can investors do now?
Canada's arrest of top Chinese executive adds to China-US trade tensions
BEIJING — China on Thursday demanded Canada release a Huawei Technologies executive who was arrested in a case that adds to technology tensions with
Why Micron Is Likely To Face Retaliation As Trade Tensions With China Escalate
Micron is one of the biggest suppliers of DRAM and NAND, with over half of all sales coming from China. Demand for DRAM and NAND is weak with plenty of supply a
Southeast Asian summit puts focus on trade tensions, trends
SINGAPORE (AP) — The potential damage to global trade brought on by President Donald Trump's tariffs battle with Beijing is looming as leaders of Southeast Asian nations, China, the U.S. and other regional economies meet in Singapore this week. Countries across the region, many of which have relied heavily on trade to grow their economies, are responding with strong talk about free trade. "All countries are linked in the same industrial chain in the world today and China and the U.S. are an…
FTSE 100 closes higher but only just as trade tensions continue
The Footsie closed the day in positive territory, just, but was down on the week as a whole
Trade tensions top global risks as Taoiseach set to join Davos elite
Report highlights ‘lack of collective will’ to tackle issues
How does US ag industry feel about trade tension with China?
With talk of a trade war erupting between China and the United States, WATTAgNet asked several agribusiness industry experts to explain how they see the developments affecting their business. We asked them: How do you see the trade war with China affecting the U.S. animal feed industry?
How Do You, Your Suppliers and Customers Fare as Trade Tensions Escalate?
It has been a tumultuous year for trade. Nearly all steel and aluminum imported into the US now face additional 25% and 10% tariffs, respectively, after the Trump Administration determined such imports threatened US national security. An additional 25% tariff will be added to a growing list of products from China, following a US investigation … Continue Reading