China and the U.S. have reached an initial trade deal that averts billions of dollars of new, inadvisable, tariffs, but the devil is in the details.
New polling shows that the American public does not support the President and his trade war.
November saw much higher jobs growth than economic analysts were expecting, but it could just be a statistical blip.
President Trump said this morning that he’s fine with letting his trade war with the rest of the world continue all the way to the 2020 election.
A key economic statistic that rarely gets widespread public attention is showing that the manufacturing sector has been in recession for four months now.
Trump takes credit for stopping his “friend” Xi from attacking Hong Kong protesters.
After more than a year of Trump’s trade war, the trade deficit, which he promised to reduce, has increased.
The economy grew an anemic 1.9% in the third quarter according to the first estimate of the state of the economy over the summer.
As he reaches his 1,000th day in office, Trump’s lies pile up at an astronomical rate.
With an eye on the trade war and the 2020 election, President Trump is increasing subsidies and mandates for corn-based ethanol.
President Trump has reportedly pledged to Chinese President Xi Jinping that the United States would not speak out against Chinese actions in Hong Kong.
From manufacturing to trade, the negative impact of Trump’s tariffs is becoming quite apparent.
As doubts about the health of the economy start to mount, President Trump’s job approval is starting to suffer.
The August Jobs Report came in below expectations as other economic statistics point to a slowing economy.
President Trump’s newest tariffs went into effect over the weekend. They’re going to hurt.
A former Federal Reserve officials argues that the Fed should not lower interest rates to compensate for the impact of the President’s trade war, potentially leading to his defeat in the election. This is an incredibly bad idea.
President Trump’s hand-picked Federal Reserve Chairman is stating the blindingly obvious about the ongoing trade war, so of course the President labeled him an enemy.
Donald Trump’s delusions of grandeur are getting more and more bizarre.
A new poll shows solid support for free trade and opposition to the President’s tariffs, suggesting strongly that Trump is losing the public relations battle on this issue.
The Trump Administration and 2020 campaign are clearly worried about the state of the economy. They should be, because it could be the one thing that dooms his re-election chances.
As a candidate, Donald Trump promised to bring jobs back to the United States, especially manufacturing jobs. It hasn’t worked out that way.
President Trump is delaying implementation of his recently announced tariffs on Chinese goods.
Economic analysts are growing increasingly worried that the President’s trade war could push the world economy into recession, and take the American economy along with it.
Under the Trump Administration, the American commitment to human rights around the world is basically dead.
Beijing is warning protesters in Hong Kong that it’s restraint in the face of protests is not without limit. However, it has few realistic options when it comes to how far it can go.
The new round of tariffs on Chinese made goods that the President announced late last week will have a particularly severe impact on consumers and retailers.
July’s Jobs Report was in line with expectations, but hardly indicative of a booming economy.
President Trump announced a new round of tariffs on Chinese goods set to take effect on September 1st Another stupid move in a very dumb trade war.
WIth some signs pointing to a slowing global economy, and President Trump applying political pressure, the Federal Reserve reversed interest rate policy yesterday.
The economy slowed somewhat during the second three months of 2019, but the economic recovery still looks strong as we head into the 122nd month of positive growth.
The latest Federal Reserve report on the economy shows Trump’s trade policies are having an increasingly negative impact.
The Trump Administration is set to raise tariffs on more products from Europe, including Scotch Whisky and other alcoholic beverages as well as food products and other items.
Is it possible, or even appropriate, to express pride in a country that is being led by a President who stands against everything this country stands for?
President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping have agreed to resume trade talks, but Trump’s ill-advised trade war will continue.
The costs to the American economy of President Trump’s ill-advised trade war continue to add up.
While the world is largely focused on the much larger trade war with China, the United States is engaged in a similar battle with a nation that ought to be a natural ally.
President Trump’s tariffs are having a noticeable, and negative, impact on global economies. The President doesn’t seem to care.
The current economic recovery turns ten years old this month, but it can’t last forever.
The United States and Mexico reached a last-minute deal to avert tariffs that would have gone into effect on Monday. Whether the deal accomplishes anything substantive remains to be seen.