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Stocks post their first monthly decline of the year after the White House threatens to impose new tariffs on Mexico. Kayla Tausche reports.
U.S. business groups are considering suing the White House over the Trump administration’s new tariffs on Mexican imports.
President Donald Trump’s surprise vow to slap new tariffs on Mexican goods has an unintended consequence: it further undermines the chance of a trade resolution with China.
A handful of U.S. states — including some that will play big roles in the 2020 election — will feel the brunt of the pain from President Donald Trump’s new tariffs on imports from Mexico.
Tariffs that the U.S. is threatening to impose against Mexican goods could have steep costs, both economically and politically, while also impacting important policy decisions.