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Beijing hit back at the U.S. for adding China’s largest state-owned nuclear company to a blacklist, which essentially bars all American firms from selling products to the firm.

The Hong Kong government introduced an economic stimulus package to help jolt their slowing economy amid the continuing protests. Brian Sullivan has more for us from Hong Kong.

Saudi Arabia’s crude shipments to China have doubled in the span of a year. During the same period, its oil exports to the U.S. have dropped by nearly two-thirds.

On Wednesday, the Dow plummeted 800 points which is its worst day of the year as the bond market flashed an ominous sign and fears of a worldwide economic slowdown. Bob Pisani has more for us from the New York Stock Exchange.

Throughout the world, there are a number of hotspots which investors are keeping their eyes on. Bob Pisani reports.

Joining us on the show is Jeff Kleintop, who’s a Chief Global Investment Strategist at Charles Schwab, to discuss about the numerous geopolitical hotspots we are currently seeing around the world.

Chinese propaganda outlets warned on Tuesday that protesters in Hong Kong are “asking for self-destruction,” as they released a video showing military vehicles amassing near the border of the city.

The Strait of Hormuz is considered one of the most important oil passageways in the world and we have a special look on the international maritime trade on those waters. Hadley Gamble reports.

Large protests at Hong Kong canceled flights at the Hong Kong airport which is one of Asia’s major financial hubs. Eunice Yoon reports.

With the ongoing protests in Hong Kong, how is it affecting the Chinese economy? Eunice Yoon has more for us.

How does the U.S. dollar affect U.S. companies, the markets and even multinationals with overseas trading and why is it so important? Sue Herera and Seema Mody breaks it all down for us.

Andres Garcia-Amaya, Founder & CEO at Zoe Financial, joins us on the show to discuss the latest on the falling rates and what investors should be on the lookout for.

Wednesday’s initial sell-off came as bond yields continue to fall. Historically falling rates are good for stocks but could this time be different. Steve Liesman has more for us.

On this week’s “Market Monitor”, we speak with Allen Bond, Co-Portfolio Manager at the Jensen Quality Growth Fund, who has the names of three well known global companies that he believes will have good prospects for growth.

President Trump announced a trade deal which will help farmers in the country and as Kayla Tausche reports it is still connected to the tensions with China.