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U.S.-China trade tensions are adding pressure to Chinese companies already struggling with a slowing economy, analysts say.
The People's Bank of China on Wednesday pumped the most money ever into the banking system in one day, highlighting the stress the economy is facing.
Prime Minister Theresa May's plan on how Britain should exit the European Union was overwhelmingly voted down in the House of Commons, which is the U.K.'s lower house of parliament.
U.S. government debt prices were higher on Tuesday, amid hopes that China would introduce more measures to support its weakening economy.
Huawei would not hand over data to the Chinese government even if Beijing requested it, the CEO and founder of the company, Ren Zhengfei, said Tuesday in a rare talk with foreign media.
Trade tensions, along with pressure on companies from Beijing, have caused a decline in Chinese direct investment into the United States. Still, Chinese home purchases and venture capital funding continue to grow.
Jim Cramer says technology executives are telling him off camera that they support the Trump administration's hawkish approach to trade with China.
On Monday, the Financial Times reported, citing two sources, that the People's Bank of China has not yet formally acknowledged applications from Visa and Mastercard to process yuan payments.
The triad of China's economy, trade war and the Fed's policy is a false alarm — the main problems are America's dangerous security challenges around the world involving military confrontations with China and Russia, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
China's trade surplus with the U.S. has been closely watched amid the tariff wars between the two countries.
Jim Cramer explains how data stocks are igniting a market rebound after being wrongly written off by investors.
GM cited strong sales in China and high demand for its truck and utility vehicles in the U.S. in upgrading its earnings guidance.
Apple's highest-end model will be fitted with a triple rear camera while the lower-end models will have a double rear camera, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Apple's latest iPhones have been selling poorly in China because they're priced too high and they lack exciting features compared to local rivals.
The nuclear-armed nation is seeking millions in foreign investments, and experts say China's Belt and Road project offers the perfect answer to those needs.
VP Bank's Felix Brill said investors should expect more market volatility due to the ongoing U.S.-China trade war negotiations. Still, he ultimately expressed optimism that China's leaders will keep their economy together.