A look at the events since President Donald Trump's campaign that led up to the tariff announcements and war of words in the last several days.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and senior advisor Jared Kushner are supporting a move to pardon Michael Milken, Bloomberg News says.
Jim Cramer breaks down how President Donald Trump may be approaching United States trade policy.
The Trump administration on Monday slapped sanctions on several Russian companies and businessmen for engaging in cyberattacks.
Europe wants Washington to promise not to sanction the Continent's major industries over business ties with Iran.
Ross says the deal includes a $1 billion penalty against ZTE and a U.S.-chosen compliance team to be embedded at the Chinese telecom giant.
Before President Trump sits down with a North Korean autocrat, he will face what may well turn out to be a tougher crowd — some of America's oldest allies.
President Trump's tactics are aimed at trying to negotiate better trade deals for the U.S., said Trump advisor Kevin Hassett.
Trump advisor Larry Kudlow says other countries should be blamed for practices that led to Trump's tariffs.
National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow discusses the Trump administration's goals to protect American business and create what the president describes as a "level playing field."
The U.S. government reportedly asked Saudi Arabia and other major exporters to increase oil output.
The Treasury secretary has managed to stay in President Trump’s good graces while advocating a more free-trade approach.
Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso met with U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on the sidelines of the G7 meeting in Canada.
China is reportedly looking to line up other countries against the U.S. in a pending trade war, after the White House announced an unexpected move forward on trade tariffs.
The U.S. exit from the nuclear deal creates a risk Iran will leave a UN treaty to stop atomic weapons proliferation, says Helima Croft.
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Trump had been holding off on his natural instincts when it came to China, but that will likely change now, sources tell CNBC.