Basic Fun! CEO Jay Foreman on why his company isn't able to move all of its production out of China.
Center for Security Policy president Fred Fleitz gives his take on the White House giving Huawei another 90 days to buy from U.S. suppliers and Apple’s relationship with China.
Former White House trade adviser Clete Willems on the U.S.-China trade negotiations and the protests in Hong Kong.
Wall Street Journal associate editor James Freeman on the U.S.-China tariff war and the fears of a recession.
Peter Navarro believes the Trump administration is trying to stop these job losses. Wall Street Journal associate editor James Freeman says these tariffs might lead to a U.S. recession.
Basic Fun! CEO Jay Foreman discusses how the U.S.-China tariff war is affecting the toy industry.
Dow Jones Newswires chief editor Glenn Hall, FOX Business’ Deirdre Bolton and Barron’s Associate publisher Jack Otter discuss the recent global growth concerns, The U.S.-China trade dispute and the Trump administration’s recent decision regarding Huawei.
Chris Garcia, former deputy director of the Commerce Department, gives his take on the White House giving Huawei another 90 days to buy from American suppliers.
The upcoming tariffs could come with a larger direct impact for consumers, according to the analysis.
‘You cannot go after China without going after the US economy,’ RealClearMarkets Editor John Tamny said, given the stock market’s boost following rising hopes for free trade.
Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Michael Pillsbury on U.S. trade tensions with China and the impact of the protests in Hong Kong.
The Gartman Letter Editor Dennis Gartman on the markets, the state of retail and concerns of a potential U.S. recession.
Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Mich., on U.S. trade tensions with China, the future of USMCA and the Israel controversy.
President Trump on his conversation with Apple CEO Tim Cook about the impact of tariffs.
Apple CEO Tim Cook made a "good case" that tariffs on imports from China will hurt his company and not Samsung, President Trump said.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross addresses concerns over the impact of tariffs.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on the Trump administration adding 46 more Huawei subsidiaries to entity list, the 90 day delay for U.S. telecom companies to wean themselves off any dependence on Huawei, concerns about the impact of 5G, the protests in Hong Kong, President Trump's conversation, Apple CEO Tim Cook, Federal Reserve policy and the outlook for the U.S. economy.
National security analyst Asha Castleberry with the latest on the U.S. trade war with China.
Stocks of companies that do lots of business with China, such as chipmakers and other technology companies, are obvious candidates for investors to sell when trade worries rise. They have fallen more than the rest of the market whenever President Donald Trump sends out a tweet or speaks about tariffs.
Markets last week flashed a warning signal of a looming recession.