U.S. Leaves Door Open to Talks With China Amid Trade-War Fears
April 10, 2018
  • Trump says on Twitter the U.S. isn’t in a trade war with China
  • Stocks reverse losses as Mnuchin signals openness to talks

The Trump administration indicated it’s willing to negotiate with China on escalating frictions between the world’s two biggest Continue reading

What Market Players Are Saying on Departure of Grown Up’ Cohn
March 24, 2018

The resignation of globalist financier Gary Cohn as top White House economic adviser roiled markets Wednesday, sending the dollar down against the yen and U.S. stock futures lower. While global equities recovered from a trade-induced blow last week, market players Continue reading

U.S. Growth at Above-Forecast 3% on Consumers and Businesses
November 3, 2017

The U.S. economy expanded at a faster pace than forecast in the third quarter, indicating resilient demand from consumers and businesses even with the hit from hurricanes Harvey and Irma, Commerce Department data showed Friday.

Highlights of Third-Quarter GDP (First Continue reading