Center for National Interest senior director Harry Kazianis proposes punitive actions the U.S. can take against China if officials refuse an investigation into the origins of COVID-19.
Harry Kazianis, senior director at the Center for National Interest, provides insight into why U.S. officials are engaging with China and argues that Biden 'owes it to the American people' to pressure the Chinese.
University of Maryland economist Peter Morici, Spotlight Asset Group CIO Shana Sissel and Payne Capital Management President Ryan Payne cover Friday’s markets, government spending, tech stocks, earnings and investing in China.
Build Together co-chair and former Dow Chemical chairman and CEO Andrew Liveris weighs in on China and corporate America supporting the passage of the bipartisan infrastructure package.
Rep. John Katko, R-N.Y., provides insight into U.S.-China relations, ongoing spending negotiations and the border crisis.
Wolfpack Research founder and CIO Dan David suggests U.S.-based banks also serve worldwide interests, including China's.
Wolfpack Research founder and CIO Dan David reacts to China cracking down on capital markets and attempting to move data into Hong Kong.
Rep. Darin LaHood, R-Ill., on the Chinese Communist Party, Democrat lawmakers and the investigation into the origins of COVID-19.
Christian Whiton, a former Trump-era State Department senior advisor, weighs in after the U.S. and allies accused China of a global cyber hacking campaign.
Hayman Capital Management founder and CIO Kyle Bass on the impact of Americans investing in China and security risks that can come with it.
U.S. equity futures are pointing to a higher open when trading begins on Wall Street.
U.S. equity futures are leaning toward a mixed trading session on Thursday.
B. Riley Strategies chief global strategist Mark Grant on Chinese stocks and inflation.
The U.S. State Department warned against conducting business in China's Xinjiang province due to human rights abuses being conducted in the region by the CCP. Gordon Chang weighs in.
U.S. equity futures are trading mixed ahead of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's two-day testimony before Congress.
Former New York Stock Exchange CEO Dick Grasso argues that Washington, D.C. 'has got to right the ship' in terms of 'what they expect of U.S. companies.'
Former New York Stock Exchange CEO Dick Grasso weighs in on Biden's reported move to warn companies of increasing risks of operating in Hong Kong.
Stephen Yates, DC International Advisory CEO and former deputy national security adviser for Cheney, argues China’s influence on companies like ByteDance and Didi is a reminder that the CCP is ‘in fact, communist.’
General Jack Keane (Ret.) argues President Xi Jinping is pushing for a state-run economy and warns U.S. companies from boosting China's military and intelligence capabilities.
Prague Security Studies Institute chairman Roger Robinson Jr. says China's crackdown on tech is in 'full swing.'