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Morgan Stanley downgraded technology stocks to underweight from equal weight on Monday, citing expectations of a more defensive turn in the market.
U.S. stock investors aren't the only ones suffering from anxiety over the Trump administration's trade policies.
Canada’s foreign minister announced Friday that Ottawa plans to impose about $12.6 billion worth of retaliatory tariffs on U.S. goods on July 1, joining other major U.S. allies striking back in the escalating trade dispute.
Of the major banks, Wells Fargo, Citigroup, Bank of America and J.P. Morgan Chase received approval to increase their capital return plans.
As tit-for-tat tariffs take effect in major global markets, some companies are already raising prices or making business changes to cope with higher costs.
Snap-on Chairman and CEO Nicholas Pinchuk on Thursday addressed President Donald Trump’s attacks on Harley-Davidson for its plans to shift some operations overseas.
President Donald Trump criticizes Harley-Davidson again for announcing it's shifting some operations overseas in the wake of retaliatory EU tariffs against U.S. duties.
North Korea could account for up to 24 percent of the Korean Peninsula's total gross domestic product in 20 years under reunification with the South, UBS said Tuesday.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Wednesday that the U.S. can prevent a company dealing in critical technologies from forming a joint venture overseas.
President Donald Trump says Harley-Davidson will be "taxed like never before" and that the U.S. motorcycle company was using increased trade tensions as an excuse to justify planned shifts in production overseas.