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“I don’t know if we’ll have tariffs or not,” Larry Kudlow says.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin shares his trade policy views on CNBC’s “Power Lunch” Friday.
Steve Liesman takes a look at how trade deficits could impact the economy.
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.
China announces new tariffs on 106 U.S. products, including soybeans, cars and whiskey.
Steve Liesman reports on trade tensions and the impact on the economy.
Bob Pisani talks about how investors reacted to the Trump administration’s plan to impose tariffs on foreign nations.
Dan DiMicco, former Trump campaign trade advisor, and Robert Holleyman, a deputy U.S. trade representative under Obama, actually agreed on Friday that China is the biggest trade cheater and must be stopped. But how to actually achieve that goal is where things break down. DiMicco, also former CEO of steelmaker Nucor, believes President Donald Trump‘s metals tariffs are a …
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross told CNBC on Friday that President Donald Trump‘s tariffs are “no big deal.” During an appearance on “Squawk on the Street,” Ross said the tariffs will have a “broad” but “trivial” impact on prices. “What was announced yesterday by the president is a very broad concept,” he said. Ross used a can of Campbell …
Even if new tariffs on steel and aluminum spark an international trade war, President Donald Trump is confident the United States would come out on top. “When a country (USA) is losing many billions of dollars on trade with virtually every country it does business with, trade wars are good, and easy to win,” Trump tweeted Friday …
The Chinese telecom equipment giant gets about one-third of its components from American companies.
Trade policy is in doubt, but North America’s energy industry continues to strengthen ties.
The president’s tough stance against Mexico could make it easier for China to become the country’s, and Latin America’s, top trade partner.
Co-dependency isn’t so healthy in a human relationship, but in trade, it’s worked well for the U.S. and Mexico.