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Concerns remain that tariff dispute between US and China will escalate
Developing countries pull ahead for first time since 2013 despite widespread gloom
Investors wait for resolution to impasse between Washington and Beijing
Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets
Curbs on the Chinese company play into the trade war rhetoric. But American industry fears it has a lot to lose from the dispute
Brendan Greeley sits down with the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
Weaker-than-expected result driven by a decline for transportation
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President Trump seeks to inject measures preventing devaluations into trade deals
US consumers are feeling the pain.
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‘Say what you like about American industry, we can still manufacture a mean trade war’
Chinese officials claim US moves against the telecom have been rooted in ‘groundless suspicion’
Donald Trump says that Huawei could be included in a trade deal with Beijing
Depreciation would be as much psychological as strategic in the face of trade war
Equities sell off puts S&P 500 on course for worst month of the year
Rising US inventories and China trade spat knock Brent crude lower
There is precedent across the Atlantic for overblown fears of protectionism from the populist right
Higher levy on Chinese goods will ‘create economic distortions’, researchers warn
Upgrading the country’s creaking infrastructure is essential, at a time of free money
Thanks to ECB governor Mario Draghi the euro area has a way of dealing with fiscal freeriding
Taiwan chipmaker TSMC says it will continue supplies despite US ban
China’s dependence on foreign suppliers has been cruelly exposed