'Losing South Korea' author Gordon Chang on U.S. nuclear talks with North Korea and trade negotiations with China.
Former Trump campaign trade and jobs adviser Curtis Ellis on the future of USMCA.
National Taxpayers Union Senior Fellow Mattie Duppler on the potential impact of the USMCA deal on the markets and the U.S. economy.
The report is a necessary step before Congress takes up the trade agreement.
The trade deal would spur $34 billion in investment in the auto industry and create 76,000 new jobs, the agency says.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon on the bank's work in China, U.S. trade negotiations with China, his testimony before the House Financial Services Committee, potential government intervention in banking, regulations, public policy and health care.
Kadina Group President Gary B. Smith on the IPO market and the Trump administration's trade talks with China.
Former Gov. George Allen, R-Va., on the state of the Chinese economy and its impact on the U.S. trade negotiations with China.
AlixPartners CEO Simon Freakley on the state of the financial sector and the impact from uncertainties such as the U.S. trade talks with China and the future of Brexit.
Center for Security Policy President Fred Fleitz on the U.S.-China trade talks and how the Pentagon is looking to reduce Russian, Chinese and Cuban influence inside Venezuela.
‘These are the largest in scope negotiations in U.S. China trade-relations history,' said Larry Kudlow.
Allianz Chief Economic Adviser Mohamed El-Erian on the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, the state of the European and U.S. economy, Federal Reserve policy and the state of the markets.
Retail Industry Leaders Association COO Brian Dodge discusses the trade relationship between the U.S. and Japan.
Turning Point USA President Charlie Kirk explains why China is America’s greatest enemy.
IMF Chief Christine Lagarde says the U.S. is in good shape but there are risks.
IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde discusses how protectionist trade policies affect global growth and voices her concerns about the U.S.-EU trade relationship.
Former WTO Appellate Body Chairman James Bacchus on why he disagrees with President Trump’s steel tariffs and says they have backfired.
As the International Monetary Fund warned this week, current trade tensions between the U.S., China, Mexico and Canada -- if not cooled -- could lead to a downturn in global economic growth.
The United States Trade Representative proposed the tariffs, which he said were in response to $11 billion in trade damages from EU subsidies to Airbus.
Curtis Ellis, a former Trump senior policy advisor on trade & jobs, says a 25 percent tariff on automobiles made in Mexico will force that industry to return to the U.S.