Recent trade optimism sparked a rebound in stocks, but Deutsche Bank warned if there’s an escalation in the trade war, the U.S. could see a “mild recession” and interest rates falling to zero.

Eunice Yoon is in Beijing for us and explains why the Chinese economy may have a pricing problem.

Wall Street is keeping a close eye on the U.S. trade relationships with Canada and Mexico as the clock is now ticking on the Trump administration’s renegotiated NAFTA deal now known as USMCA. Kayla Tausche reports from Washington.

President Donald Trump’s trade advisor Peter Navarro believes it’s certain that Congress passes landmark trade legislation known as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement before the end of the year.

Robert Frank reports on how one U.S. university hedged against the trade war with China regarding the decline of Chinese students.

Lobster dealers are facing a tariff trap due to the U.S. trade war with China. Contessa Brewer has the story for us and reports from Maine.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Monday the U.S. and China have a “conceptual” agreement on enforcement concerns, emphasizing positive progress already made in trade talks, which are set to resume at high levels next month.

House Democrats will control the fate of one of President Donald Trump’s top priorities as they return to Washington this week.

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Friday that the ongoing trade war between China and the U.S. is weighing down companies’ investment decisions.

White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow said recent conversations with China “went very well.”

Eamon Javers joins us from the White House to discuss about the latest trade developments between the U.S. and China and how both economic superpowers plan to meet in October.

With stocks rallying thanks to upcoming trade talks between the U.S. and China next month, can investors trust the market rally or expect more volatility? Larry Adam, Chief Investment Officer at Raymond James, joins us on the show.

The tense economic relationship between the U.S. and China over trade and tariffs is greatly impacting smaller retailers. Courtney Reagan reports.

Stocks surged after the U.S. and China say trade talks are on for next month. But, is an agreement possible this time around? Seema Mody reports from the New York Stock Exchange.

The previous 18 months of trade talks between the U.S. and China have only led to more tit-for-tat tariffs, but this time it might be different, according to Chinese sources who seem to have inside knowledge on the trade war.