Expect traders to use any positive announcements surrounding a U.S.-China trade deal as a signal to step aside for a while.
In the past year, global trade has actually increased even as the economic conflict between the U.S. and China continued.
After hitting its eight-month high at $1,300 on Jan. 30, analysts now predict that gold could sustain this performance throughout the year and into 2020.
World trade is beginning to slide as Italy and Germany could be leading the Eurozone into a recession. Meanwhile, U.S. unemployment rate jumped.
The world’s most popular fashion brands continue to flock towards China to sustain their revenue and achieve company targets.
With trade talks between the U.S. and China resuming, several ships have been identified as oil tankers likely delivering U.S. crude oil to China.
From the most affluent Chinese real estate investors in the past, China’s middle class are the ones making active acquisitions of low-priced U.S. homes across different...
China faces numerous economic challenges heading into 2019 that could go beyond but are strongly affected by Trump's trade wars.
iPhones are now banned in China, which could hit Apple’s revenue. However, what else is there behind China’s recent actions?
A wealth report index reveals Shanghai as the most expensive city for luxury items, followed by Singapore and Hong Kong.