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Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre joins Seana Smith from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the latest market moves.
President Trump’s tariff plan on steel and aluminum imports may slow the economy, according to Rep. Kevin Yoder (R-Kansas).
A union representing Harley-Davidson workers continues exerting pressure on the motorcycle manufacturer. This time with an appeal to President Donald Trump.
Royal Enfield, the India-based motorcycle manufacturer that has its North American headquarters in Milwaukee’s 3rd Ward, is apparently not willing to let Harley-Davidson Inc. or Indian Motorcycle Co. steal the thunder in the race to develop an electric motorcycle. “Royal Enfield has several projects in the pipeline and the electric platform is one of them," Singh reportedly said.
Royal Enfield, the India-based motorcycle manufacturer that has its North American headquarters in Milwaukee’s 3rd Ward, is apparently not willing to let Harley-Davidson Inc. or Indian Motorcycle Co. steal the thunder in the race to develop an electric motorcycle.
The Harley-Davidson motorcycle is quintessentially American. It embodies rugged individualism, an outlaw spirit, and noise-polluting machismo. To hear a hog’s signature snarl before catching its blinding chrome in the rearview mirror is to be reminded of America’s odd fondness for causeless rebels and brutish anti-heroes. These are qualities, probably not coincidentally, that a plurality of…
The consumer is becoming cautious, and that's making discretionary spending stocks a riskier bet this year, says one market strategist.
President Trump has frequently lashed out against trade partners such as China and India, and his administration is trying to renegotiate NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement). Trump has referred to Harley-Davidson (HOG) a couple of times when pointing out how US companies pay higher tariffs overseas. According to Trump, Harley-Davidson pays a high tariff in India, but Indian motorcycles have no duty in the United States.
U.S. President Donald Trump pressed ahead on Thursday with import tariffs of 25 percent on steel and 10 percent for aluminum but exempted Canada and Mexico and offered the possibility of excluding other allies, backtracking from an earlier "no-exceptions" stance. Describing the dumping of steel and aluminum in the U.S. market as "an assault on our country," Trump said in a White House announcement that the best outcome would for companies to move their mills and smelters to the United States.
President Donald Trump said he would impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum, with temporary exemptions for Canada and Mexico that will expire if the North American Free Trade Agreement isn't renegotiated....
U.S. President Donald Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum imports will start in 15 days with initial exemptions for Canada and Mexico and the possibility of alternatives for other countries, a senior administration official said on Thursday. The tariffs of 25 percent on steel and 10 percent on aluminum, proclaimed by Trump on Thursday during an event at the White House, appear to soften what the U.S. president billed last week as a global, "no-exceptions" move to protect the two industries under a 1962 national security trade law. Trump's sudden push for the tariffs last week triggered fears of a global trade war and rattled financial markets.
President Donald Trump’s announcement about tariffs on steel (SLX) and aluminum (AA) imports shouldn’t come as a surprise, as he’s been on this path since taking office last year. One of the first trade policy actions from the Trump administration was to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which would have created the largest economic block. Then there’s the North American Free Trade Agreement (or NAFTA) involving Canada (EWC) and Mexico (EWW), which the Trump administration is trying to renegotiate.
When Donald Trump became president last year he vowed to make American manufacturing giants, such as Harley-Davidson and Caterpillar great again. Trump's plan to impose import duties of 25 percent on steel and 10 percent on aluminum to protect U.S. producers have left consumers of the metals worried that the higher tariffs will inflate their costs and make them less competitive in exports markets. Take Harley-Davidson.
When Donald Trump became president last year he vowed to make American manufacturing giants, such as Harley-Davidson (HOG.N) and Caterpillar (CAT.N) great again. Trump's plan to impose import duties of 25 percent on steel and 10 percent on aluminum to protect U.S. producers have left consumers of the metals worried that the higher tariffs will inflate their costs and make them less competitive in exports markets. Take Harley-Davidson.
President Donald Trump's desire to impose steel and aluminum tariffs on foreign countries will likely impact businesses throughout Wisconsin, but none more so than motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson Inc. Milwaukee-based Harley-Davidson (HOG) has seen declining sales in recent quarters, but the rate of decline domestically is much steeper than the company's international sales drops. As such, Harley has prioritized expanding significantly overseas, especially in Asia, and the tariffs, proposed at 25 percent for steel and 10 percent for aluminum, could slow those expansion efforts, both directly and indirectly.
President Donald Trump’s recent announcement of tariffs on steel and aluminum likely will have consequences for two American industries - whiskey and Harley Davidson motorcycles, related only because they ...