Wall Street drops after China cancels trip to Montana farmland — Financial Post

Wall Street dropped on Friday, and also finished the week lower, after a Chinese agriculture delegation canceled a planned visit to Montana, dampening optimism about U.S.-China trade talks. Read More Wall Street drops after China cancels trip to Montana farmland — Financial Post Continue reading Wall Street drops after China cancels trip to Montana farmland — Financial Post

Trump’s Next Trade War Target: Vietnam — Russia News Now

Authored by David Hutt via The Asia Times, Southeast Asian nation has dramatically whipsawed between US-China trade war winner to potential next big tariffed loser The popular consensus is that Vietnam has been one of the world’s biggest US-China trade war winners, as global supply chains shift production away from tariff-hit China and towards the […] via Trump’s Next Trade War Target: Vietnam — Russia News Now Continue reading Trump’s Next Trade War Target: Vietnam — Russia News Now

Exclusive: Pentagon races to track U.S. rare earths output amid China trade dispute — Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

(Reuters) – The Pentagon is rapidly assessing the United States’ rare earths capability in a race to secure stable supply of the specialized material amid the country’s trade conflict with China, which controls the rare earths industry, according to a government document seen by Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Heavy mining equipment haul ore at the Mountain […] via Exclusive: Pentagon races to track U.S. rare earths output amid China trade dispute — Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog Continue reading Exclusive: Pentagon races to track U.S. rare earths output amid China trade dispute — Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

Trade call between U.S., Chinese officials was constructive -White House — Financial Post

WASHINGTON — U.S. and Chinese trade negotiators held a constructive phone call on Tuesday, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said. Read More via Trade call between U.S., Chinese officials was constructive -White House — Financial Post Continue reading Trade call between U.S., Chinese officials was constructive -White House — Financial Post

Samsung, Stung by Trade War, Expects a Big Plunge in Profits — The Indian Perspective

The technology giant predicted a 56 percent drop in quarterly operating profit, as the trade war between the United States and China caused havoc in the computer chip and smartphone markets. from NYT > Technology https://ift.tt/2FS7G2Y via Samsung, Stung by Trade War, Expects a Big Plunge in Profits — The Indian Perspective Continue reading Samsung, Stung by Trade War, Expects a Big Plunge in Profits — The Indian Perspective

China says only small number of firms moving supply chains out of the country — Financial Post

USA-TRADE/CHINA-MANUFACTURING (URGENT) North American Business Report BEIJING — Only a small number of companies are moving supply chains out of China, a commerce ministry official said on Tuesday, amid signs that some firms are shifting production to other countries as the U.S-China trade war drags on. The problem shouldn’t be overstated, Chu Shijia, a department […] via China says only small number of firms moving supply chains out of the country — Financial Post Continue reading China says only small number of firms moving supply chains out of the country — Financial Post

[MaJ : Trump annonce une trêve] Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo United against | Xbox One — Arcynewsy

(Update 29/06/2019) Donald Trump and China resumed trade negotiations and, at the G20, the two giants announced a truce. This means that for now, nothing is decided yet and customs duties remain unchanged. (Original article of 06/27/2019) If Donald Trump is famous for his controversial outings and his diplomatic choices for the least risky for […] via [MaJ : Trump annonce une trêve] Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo United against | Xbox One — Arcynewsy Continue reading [MaJ : Trump annonce une trêve] Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo United against | Xbox One — Arcynewsy

China seeks to push July’s U.S. soybean cargoes over to August — Financial Post

Chinese soybean buyers are asking sellers in the United States to delay cargoes due to be shipped in July until August, two sources familiar with the matter said, raising fears of cancellations like ones that roiled the market last year. Read More via China seeks to push July’s U.S. soybean cargoes over to August — Financial Post Continue reading China seeks to push July’s U.S. soybean cargoes over to August — Financial Post