If the United States is to fight a trade war, it’s better to do it with allies rather than alone.
A US-China trade deal is starting to take form, and it looks like it might end up a draw.
With a wide array of conflicting and congruous interests, the US-China relationship is anything but simple.
Global markets were buoyed on news of a ‘very good conversation’ between Xi and Trump, but the optimism could well be short-lived.
Amid a tanking stock market, a GDP miss, and a real estate downturn, the Chinese authorities are considering new stimulus measures.
S&P Global has recently warned that hidden, local-level debt in China could be as high as $6 trillion.
After a new sell-off in emerging markets around the world, all eyes are on today’s US jobs report.
US and Canadian negotiators have agreed in principle to a new trade deal. Just don’t call it ‘NAFTA.’
Sweden’s far-right might sneak into the Riksdag via the back door, Brexit gut-check time in the United Kingdom, and new hope for US-Turkey relations.
While the United States looks inward, former allies and economic partners are increasingly looking elsewhere.