The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose on Monday, as investors monitored Chinese economic data and the latest stimulus talks in Washington.
The stock market could have a rude awakening once the short-term chaos has cleared and the risks posed by China become more apparent.
China’s former finance minister warned that over-stimulus could mire the global economy for years. That’s rich coming from a managed economy.
Tesla has cut the prices of Model 3 sedans in China yet again, a sign of heightened competition in the world’s largest EV market.
The U.S. stock market faces myriad risks heading into the fourth quarter. That’s on top of the pandemic-induced economic decline.
Analysts at Goldman Sachs anticipate the Chinese yuan to strengthen. A weakening dollar could hinder the momentum of the S&P 500.
The Dow Jones plunged on Tuesday as Donald Trump’s claim of China de-coupling spooked the U.S. stock market.
China’s economic growth would drop to 3.5% if it decouples from the United States following a prolonged trade war.
PUBG Mobile features among hundreds of apps linked to China banned by India as tensions escalate between the two countries.
Copper prices have surged to a two-year high. Typically, that’s a healthy sign for the economy, but this time, it may be a warning.