Today in the city Commerce 19.06.2018
Soybeans are tumbling as Trump ratchets up trade fight with Beijing

Soybeans were down more than 2% Tuesday. China promised to retaliate if the Trump administration imposed additional tariffs on the country. Follow soybeans in real time here. Soybeans tumbled Tuesda...


10 things you need to know today: June 19, 2018

1. President Trump on Monday defended his administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policies against growing outrage over the separation of migrant children from their parents. Trump said tough ac...


The daily business briefing: June 19, 2018

1. The Senate on Monday passed a bill seeking to reimpose a ban on Chinese telecommunications giant ZTE. The defense spending bill was passed by a vote of 85-10, and must still be reconciled with the...


Trump and the Senate's cold war over ZTE is about to turn hot

At this point, the battle lines over President Trump's trade policies are pretty hardened: Trump and his White House team are the bomb-throwing nationalists, provoking conflicts with China as well as...


Stocks are getting whacked as Trump moves toward an all-out trade war with China

President Donald Trump threatened an all-out trade war with China by announcing the possibility of tariffs on an additional $200 billion worth of Chinese goods. The S&P 500 is set to open lower by...


China's Live Streaming Industry Is Booming -- Here's How It Works

The live streaming of videos to reach consumers and bolster e-commerce sales is a far more powerful phenomenon in China than in the U.S. or other western markets, but why? There are several reasons li...


The dangerous complacency of classical liberalism

The seemingly settled modern ideological coalitions of the West are shifting and breaking down. And so, some thinkers have begun to advocate for a return to an older way of thinking and acting about p...


'Forbes': Wilbur Ross Confirms He Made False Stock Statement

Steve Inskeep talks to Dan Alexander, a reporter with Forbes magazine about filings showing Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross still held $10 million worth of stock even after he'd promised to divest it.


Commerce chief Wilbur Ross' financial holdings get new scrutiny in report highlighting short sale

Ross last year owned stakes in companies co-owned with China's government, a new report in Forbes said.


Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross didn't divest from foreign companies until a reporter found out he broke his promise

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross told the Office of Government Ethics that he had divested from foreign companies, then kept his holdings for months, a Forbes investigation published Monday found. Ross...


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