"China never wants a trade war with anybody, not to mention the U.S., who has been a long term strategic partner, but we also do not fear such a war," a leading member of a key Chinese committee tells American business leaders.
Jim Cramer says the escalation in the United States' trade war with China could end in an outright cold war that debilitates parts of the stock market.
Philip Morris will soon launch two new iQOS products. iQOS, a device that heats tobacco instead of burning it, is a key part of what the tobacco giant bills as its future beyond cigarettes.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 closed lower on Monday as shares of big banks fell broadly. Worries about a deluge of corporate earnings reports coming this week and rising geopolitical tensions also dampened investor sentiment.
Goldman is working on a digital wealth product, its first new offering under a Marcus brand that so far has had high-interest savings accounts and personal loans.
But congressional leaders and White House officials all say they know nothing about any plans for a tax cut before the midterm elections.
In denying Monsanto's request for a new trial, San Francisco Superior Court Judge Suzanne Bolanos cut the jury's punitive damage award from $250 million to $39 million.
State television in Saudi Arabia said Treasury Department chief Steven Mnuchin and bin Salman met in Riyadh. Mnuchin announced Sunday that he would not be attending the Future Investment Inititative conference this week in Riyadh.
Jim Cramer speaks to Hasbro Chairman and CEO Brian Goldner, who says the liquidation of Toys R Us will stop having a significant impact on his toymaker by next quarter.
The ability to stay the course can make or break a business — that's something that Alibaba's self-made billionaire founder Jack Ma knows well.
Reintroducing the Ford Ranger and Bronco to the U.S. market is part of the company's gambit to take advantage of America's shift in consumer sentiment toward pickups, SUVs and crossovers.
An exchange-traded fund that tracks popular pot stocks fell sharply on Monday, led by shares of Canadian marijuana company Tilray.
The upcoming midterm elections, which are expected to result in split government on Capitol Hill, already are affecting investment choices and will continue to do so as events unfold, according to a Goldman Sachs analysis.
With Iran sanctions set to take effect amid a Saudi political crisis the market didn't expect, geopolitics would be expected to benefit oil prices and energy stocks. But oil has been pressured lately, and big energy stocks have trailed the market.
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Saudi Arabia, the world's largest oil exporter, has become a source of market uncertainty just as the U.S. is about to curb Iran's oil exports.
The average selling price and iPhone unit growth "should give investors some confidence that this is not just a product cycle story, that there is more of a sustainable shift to Apple as a service," says Loup Ventures' Gene Munster.
Facebook has seen a number of notable executives leave its ranks in 2018, including founders from its notable, multi-billion Instagram, WhatsApp and Oculus acquisitions.
WWE spokesman Brad Klein told CNBC that the statement "We are currently monitoring the situation" still stands. The event is scheduled to take place in less than two weeks in Riyadh.
Around one-third of the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 reports in the coming days. Only some look like winners to these two traders.