Unfortunately for investors, it's unlikely to see the end of the trade war, given the intractable differences in both nation's economic policies.
The rollercoaster ride in markets in 2018 continues this year, and these are some driving factors to watch out for.
The U.S. and China sat down to commence trade war talks. If both nations want to resolve the issues, then these matters must be handled first.
The new mid range Tesla Model 3 features a range 260 miles and comes at a price tag of $46,000.
The United States, Canada and Mexico have reached an agreement to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement. Here's a look at what the new deal...
Gold prices start to trade lower against a much stronger dollar as the trade conflict between U.S. and China continue to escalate.
Icahn now owns a 7.9 percent stake in Energen Corporation.
The NASDAQ, Russell 2000 and S&P 600 all rose to new heights while DJI and other big indices did not amid fears of trade wars.
Japan has notified World Trade Organization about countervailing duties and its plans of taking them up against the US in response to import tariff hikes.
The president has introduced new tariffs on steel and aluminum. Here's a look at what trade tariffs entail, particularly to consumers, investors and employees who pay...