U.S. markets have had a bad week. After reaching all-time highs recently, they’ve spent the last three days in the red. Monday,
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.
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 market was highly volatile in 2018. Here are some predictions on how the financial market would fare this year.
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.
Tariffs placed on China and the U.S. could prompt businesses to secure supply chains in the Southeast Asian region.
Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma believes that the US-China trade war would be an ongoing battle for dominance between the two countries.
Investors that direct their funds toward trading precious metals are having a tough year. Gold and silver traders, in particular, are getting the short end of...
The U.S. dollar might be at a stagnant place for the rest of the year.