Tariffs

While some investors remain skeptical of a U.S.-China trade deal, the smart money has started to bet on a resolution to this jarring battle that has dragged on for nearly two years, according to Goldman Sachs.

Eunice Yoon reports from Beijing for us where there is growing pessimism in China on trade talks with the U.S.

The economic fight between the U.S. and China that has roiled financial markets over the last two years could next blossom into a full-blown war for investing capital and ultimately, for the prestige of the globe’s reserve currency, hedge fund magnate Ray Dalio said.

China is still calling for the U.S. to roll back tariffs as part of any “phase one” agreement, as trade negotiations between the world’s two largest economies drag on.

Apple CEO Tim Cook is about to take a victory lap, and President Donald Trump will be following along.

Eamon Javers is in New York City for us and recaps President Trump’s economic speech regarding domestic growth, the Fed and trade talks with China.

We’re seeing the industrial sector having both weak earnings and demand but why is it rallying now? Seema Mody explains for us.

Steve Liesman reports on how we’re seeing slowing new economic data.

Kayla Tausche reports there is a noticeable change in tone and more questions surfacing on the trade dispute between the U.S. and China.

President Donald Trump said Friday he has not agreed to scrap tariffs on Chinese goods, dampening hopes about a coming resolution to a jarring trade conflict.

Eunice Yoon has more for us from Beijing where there was word of a potential easing of tariffs between the U.S. and China.

Gao Feng, a spokesperson for China’s Commerce Ministry, said that both sides had agreed to simultaneously cancel some existing tariffs on one another’s goods, according to the country’s state broadcaster.

Wall Street is highly anticipating the upcoming meeting between the U.S. and China on their latest trade talks. Kayla Tausche has more for us.

Eunice Yoon is in Shanghai for us and reports on how Chinese President Xi Jinping wants the world to know that his country is “Open For Business”.

Wall Street is still keeping a close eye on the possible trade talk progress between the U.S. and China. Kayla Tausche has more for us from Washington.