President Donald Trump on Wednesday asked for the probe, which will be carried out by the U.S. Department of Commerce.
General Electric confirmed it will merge its transportation business that makes train engines with Wabtec, a U.S. manufacturer of equipment for the rail industry.
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala speaks about China's economic partnership with African countries.
General Electric is nearing a deal to merge its transportation business, which manufactures train engines, with Wabtec Corp
Joe Hinrichs, Ford President of the Americas, speaks with CNBC’s Phil LeBeau about restarting production on the popular F-150 pickup truck.
U.S. industrial production was forecast to rise 0.6 percent in April, up marginally from the prior month's 0.5 percent increase.
Jim Loree, Stanley Black & Decker CEO, discusses the impact of the current state of global trade on the business and the American manufacturing sector.
The Trump administration’s recent actions on trade are in direct conflict with a campaign promise to protect American manufacturing, says Thom Dammrich.
Prominent emerging markets investor Mark Mobius said he would "definitely" be interested in putting money into North Korea if he could.
U.S. non-manufacturing industries have seen 99 straight months of expansion.
Gordon Johnson, Vertical Research Group, discusses his call for Tesla ahead of its earnings report.
CNBC’s Rick Santelli reports on the latest Chicago PMI numbers, which came in at 57.6 for April, versus the 58.3 estimates.
David Gaud of Pictet Wealth Management says the official PMI figures out of China for April were positive, with the contribution from the non-manufacturing sector being "the big surprise."
Chi Lo of BNP Paribas says the Chinese yuan could see some swings linked to trade issues, but such movements would point to a more market-based approach to the currency.
Richard Yetsenga of ANZ says there is likely more conviction in the Fed's outlook on the rate hike path as a result of flattening growth.
Market forces – not government interventions like across the board tariffs – should drive decision-making, says Heidi Brock, CEO of the Aluminum Association.
U.S. durable goods orders were expected to rise by 1.6 percent in March, after jumping 3.0 percent a month earlier.
Luxury British carmaker Aston Martin is expanding in China, the world's biggest car market, on the back of positive growth figures, the company's CEO said Wednesday.
Volkswagen's new CEO, Herbert Diess, says the company has no plans yet to go it alone in China, but he sees investment opportunities ahead.