|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||0.00 - 0.00|
|52 Week Range|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
From Spat to War, Trump Keeps Digging Self Out of Trade Hole Up until today, the tit for tat trade spat between the United States and China has been child’s play. But now, with US President Donald Trump bringing out the heavy artillery, threatening a 10% tariff on $200 billion in Chinese goods, it could […] The post Market Morning: One Step Closer to Full Blown Trade War, Libya, Tesla On Fire appeared first on Market Exclusive.
The Times said Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, the United Nations high commissioner for human rights, cited the observation by the president of the American Association of Pediatrics that locking the children up separately from their parents constituted “government-sanctioned child abuse” that may cause irreparable harm to children with lifelong consequences. Tuesday immigration meeting: President Trump will head to Capitol Hill Tuesday to discuss immigration with the House Republican conference, CNN reports.
A long time ago, in a far, far away place, some of us used to train wearing ankle weights. This type of resistance training, once thought to be a good idea was eventually abandoned by those trying to improve both strength and stamina as it became apparent that adding unnatural weight to one's stride below the knee caused injury. As you rip that ugly melon cradling your intellectual capacity away from that warm pillow on Friday morning, you'll notice a marketplace that seems to be trying to run while wearing ankle weights.
The White House opposes a Senate proposal to thwart President Donald Trump's deal with Chinese telecommunications company ZTE. Senators included language in a defense authorization bill to stop the agreement. Trump moved to revive the company, which was blocked from buying U.S. parts.
China’s second-largest telecoms equipment maker fell 42% as it resumed trading in Hong Kong.
Closing Bell U.S. markets had a rough day of trading Thursday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average being the lone major index to close the day in positive territory while the Nasdaq gave back much of the gains it made this week.
The U.S. has struck a deal with Chinese handset maker ZTE Corp. , according to U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross. The company must pay a $1 billion fine and place U.S. enforcement officers within the company in order to continue doing business with U.
The U.S. and Chinese telecom company ZTE have struck a deal allowing the company to stay in business, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross announced on Thursday. The company (ZTCOY) is currently banned from buying American technology as punishment for violating U.S. sanctions against Iran and North Korea.
Crude oil, coal and farm products are among the goods that the Chinese are willing to buy more of.
Musk Survives as Tesla Chairmusk, Regulation of Boring Flamethrower The last word you’d use to describe a flamethrower is boring, but that’s exactly what Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) CEO and still Chairman of the Board named his flamethrower, which sold 20,000 units back in February and the California legislature could not agree to regulate, besides maybe no […] The post Market Morning: Musk Survives, China Throws Bone, Social Security Dries, Mexico Hits Pork appeared first on Market Exclusive.
Chinese telecom firm ZTE has signed an agreement in principle with the U.S. that would lift a Commerce Department ban, Reuters reported, citing sources familiar with the matter. The company will pay a ...
Moody's Investors Service says measures imposed by the Chinese government (A1 stable) to reduce risk in the financial sector will stem growth in the country's asset management industry in the near term, but that strong fundamentals will support growth in the long term as the sector normalizes. "We expect to see incremental inflows of RMB30 trillion--RMB40 trillion (USD4.8 billion -- USD6.3 trillion) into the traditional fund sector (mutual funds and private funds) in the next decade, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8%-10%," says Nino Siu, a Moody's Vice President and Senior Analyst. In the longer term, Moody's expects that China's still-developing pension system and a gradual shift from banks' wealth management products to those of traditional asset managers will offer good growth opportunities.
Ivanka Trump wins China trademarks as her father vows to save ZTEPresident Donald Trump is hitting the road this week to campaign for Republicans ahead of the midterm elections. President Donald Trump will get down to the business of campaigning this week with Congress out of town, the Hill reports. Trump heads to Nashville on Tuesday for a rally and a fundraiser for Rep. Marsha Blackburn, the Tennessee Republican who is in a surprisingly close race against Democratic Gov. Phil Bredesen to replace retiring GOP Sen. Bob Corker in a state Trump carried by 26 points in 2016.
Such a bill would garner supermajority support in Congress, Republican Sen. Marco Rubio said.
Moody's Investors Service says that the passage of a US bill that bans the US government from using Chinese-made video surveillance equipment, including that of Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Tech. "Hikvision has a highly diversified customer base, with no customer representing more than 2% of its total revenue in 2017. It also makes very limited sales to US government agencies, and we do not expect the proposed bill to meaningfully affect demand for its surveillance products domestically or internationally," says Gloria Tsuen, a Moody's Vice President and Senior Analyst.
Global stocks dropped Tuesday as the trade dispute between the US and China escalated. Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith, Rick Newman and Ethan Wolff-Mann discuss how the tariffs will impact your money.
John Rutledge, Safanad CIO, and Fred Kempe, Atlantic Council CEO, discuss the U.S. making a deal with China's ZTE as the two countries are facing trade issues.
The U.S. hits China's ZTE with $1B fine ahead of the week's G7 summit in Canada. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith and Dion Rabouin discuss with Benchmark's Kevin Kelly.