Politics

How a ‘Game of Drones’ May Have Influenced U.S. Response to Drone Downing

The New York Times reported Thursday that President Trump first authorized a retaliatory strike against Iran for shooting down a U.S. surveillance drone and then withdrew the authorization following what ...
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US-China Meeting at G20 Creates Exaggerated Moves for Top China Stocks

There used to be a saying "what a difference a day can make," but maybe in the modern era it should be "what a difference a tweet can make." The ...
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Fitch Quantifies GDP Growth Damage for 2020 If More Tariffs Come

It is not at all unusual for economists and market watchers to worry about trade tensions escalating. Where things break apart between the glass viewed as half-empty or half-full is ...
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A Plane That Can Go 1100 MPH at Center of Military Controversy

The United States has told Turkey that it will no longer offer training on one of the most powerful weapons in the world if the country buys anti-aircraft systems from ...
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Automakers to Trump: We Can Meet Clean Air Deal We Struck With Obama

A group of 17 automakers (not including Fiat Chrysler) on Thursday sent a letter to President Trump arguing that the best path for preserving industry jobs and keeping new vehicles ...
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China’s Government Tells Citizens It’s Unsafe to Travel in the US

As trade and military tensions rise between China and the United States, China's Ministry of Culture and Tourism said it is "unsafe" to travel throughout much of America. The comments ...
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Worried About Even More Tariffs? 4 Stocks to Buy With Very Limited Trade Exposure

Depending on whom you listen to, the tariffs levied on products coming into the United States from abroad has either started a trade war that will hasten a new depression ...
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8 Major Losers From the Mexico Tariffs

The wide world of trade wars just got a bit more hostile. After tariffs have been imposed on inbound goods coming from China into the United States, Thursday night's news ...
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Mexico Tariffs Kick Automakers While They Are Down

In the first four months of 2019, about 92% of the cars and trucks built in Mexico were exported to the United States. That represents about 1.03 million vehicles through ...
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Opinions Grow That Trade War Will Hit US Growth

A number of analysts have looked at what the huge trade war between China and the United States will do to the growth of the two nations and the world ...
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3 Steel Stocks to Buy as Major Tariff Deal Is Approved With Canada and Mexico

Despite that the media continuing to hound the president over the U.S. stance on trade with other nations, the fact of the matter is the country has been mauled by other ...
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Are US Restrictions Putting the Controversial Huawei Out of Business?

Chinese smartphone and telecom equipment maker Huawei has been under U.S. scrutiny for more than seven years. A 2012 report from the House of Representatives Intelligence Committee concluded that Huawei ...
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Toyota Upset Trump Wants to Undermine Its US Sales

Anyone could have anticipated how Toyota Motor Corp. (NYSE: TM) would respond after the White House announced it would protect the American car industry, its employee base and its ability ...
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‘Tariff Man’ Gives Auto Import Tariffs a 6-Month Reprieve

One day before a decision was due on whether to impose tariffs on automobile imports, the Trump administration on Friday said it would delay a decision for up to six ...
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12 Major US Companies Losing the Most on China Trade War Fallout

With the United States raising tariffs on $200 billion of foreign goods coming from China last Friday, and the promise of additional tariffs on other goods from China, a retaliation ...
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