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About a decade ago, Wan Gang, a former Audi engineer in Germany, convinced the Chinese government to roll out a national strategy to develop new energy vehicles and spend billions of dollars.
On Monday, the Dow got a bounce thanks to Boeing’s stock among other factors which included tariff news from China. Bob Pisani has more for us from the New York Stock Exchange.
China is on the cusp of keeping a big promise — a vow to double its GDP and income in a decade and take the country to the forefront of the global economic power structure.
Macau, which is a major force in the gaming community, turns 20 but the next 20 years may look a lot different. Contessa Brewer reports.
President Donald Trump said on Friday he had a “very good talk” with Chinese leader Xi Jinping about the trade deal, indicating more progress has been made after they reached the initial agreement.
Nike sees China as one of the company’s key markets and despite all of the tensions during the height of the China-U.S. trade war, the footwear and apparel company still grew its operations there. Seema Mody has more for us.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Thursday he has no doubt that U.S. and Chinese trade negotiators will sign their “phase one” trade deal in early January.
Kayla Tausche has more for us on the loose ends from last week’s phase one trade deal between the U.S. and China.
Economist Mohamed El-Erian told CNBC on Monday that he doesn’t think the phase one trade agreement is the first step to a long-term cooling in U.S.-China relations.
After the U.S. and China announced the “phase-one” trade agreement, a critical point remains in question: agricultural purchases.
On Friday, the U.S. and China made it official agreeing to a limited trade deal removing what many considered a big uncertainty for the markets. Kayla Tausche and Eunice Yoon has more for us.
Joining us on the show is Michael Farr, President and CEO at Farr, Miller & Washington, to talk about more about the latest on the phase one trade deal and how will it may impact the markets.
Kayla Tausche reports on how the U.S. trade war with China is actually helping feed the hungry.
The leaders of the U.S.-China trade negotiations held another phone call on Tuesday morning, China’s Ministry of Commerce said in an online statement.
On this week’s “Market Monitor”, we speak with Chris Cordaro, Chief Investment Officer at Regent Atlantic, who gives us three stock picks that he says are immune to the trade war volatility.