The Blackstone head, on old China hand, argues that the challenge to Chinese conduct is justified.
White House delay on some new tariffs doesn’t convince analysts that peace is at hand.
As the trade war winds on with no end in sight, companies are not waiting around to see what happens, BlackRock chief finds.
Lots of wariness about an escalation of the US-China trade war and bad economic fallout.
Republican lawmakers won’t let him slam China with more tariffs, says Pantheon’s Shepherdson.
Think tank shows how easily the White House could about-face and slap harsh levies on the neighbor to the south.
President Trump’s threatened duties on US’ southern neighbor inspire dire scenarios—and a Fed prediction.
Famed Wharton prof warns that a bad economy and stock climate will harm the president in 2020.
Escalating conflict may slice corporate earnings and lower employment, firm warns.
As benchmark 10-year Treasury finally rises over 3.2%, equity investors fear growth-choking interest rates are en route.
Economists’ consensus calls for a 168,000 gain in employment, more tepid than the current trend.
Ignoring today’s more integrated world economy means fighting “yesterday’s war,” asset manager finds.