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Phil LeBeau reports on how automakers & jet maker Boeing would be impacted by China’s newly proposed tariffs.
China has retaliated against the US, proposing new tariffs on $50 billion worth of US goods. This news comes a day after the White House imposed its own tariffs on Chinese goods.
Eunice Yoon reports on how the Chinese government views Washington’s tariff announcement.
Steve Liesman reports on trade tensions and the impact on the economy.
The President has criticized Amazon, claiming it rips off the post office by shipping packages below cost. Morgan Brennan takes a look at whether Amazon is actually getting a great deal.
Robert Frank reports on the Spotify co-founders’ rise to fame and riches.
Phil LeBeau reports on what drove strong sales for automakers in March.
Ylan Mui reports on why Amazon is not just in the president’s crosshairs, but on both sides of the aisle in Washington D.C.
Concerns about a trade war and the thread of a spending bill veto kept investors on edge on Friday. Bob Pisani was on the floor and captured the drama.
Jane Wells reports on China targeting the U.S. pork industry with tariffs on imported meat.
Our market monitor has names of stocks he says will remain valuable even if trade tensions rise between the U.S. and China.
Willem Marx reports from a summit of European leaders in Brussels, following news that the E.U. is exempt from steel and aluminum tariffs.
Nike reported stronger than expected earnings after the bell, as the footwear maker said strength in its international markets helped results.
Kayla Tausche reports on President Trump’s tariff plan targeting Chinese imports.
Sheryl Sandberg sits down with CNBC’s Julia Boorstin one day after CEO Mark Zuckerberg broke his silence on the Cambridge Analytica data scandal.