US futures and European and Asian equities fell on Friday after the Chinese government threatened to suspend trade talks with the US.
Apple shares have slid steadily amid tumultuous U.S. trade negotiations with China, as investors fear CEO Tim Cook's warning earlier this year about iPhone sales in China may yet come true.
US equity markets were under tremendous pressure early Monday after President Donald Trump threatened new tariffs on Chinese goods.
You’ve likely heard about the intense conversations between the United States and China over tariffs. The US government has been inconsistent, thus far, on what affects a trade war could have on the average person, and the stock market — which loves consistency — has taken a beating with all the rumours and speculation. However at least one thing is clear, Apple phones are going to get more expensive.
Stocks drop sharply after President Trump threatens to increase tariffs on China; Dow Jones industrials fall 400 points
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks drop sharply after President Trump threatens to increase tariffs on China; Dow Jones industrials fall 400 points.
U.S. stocks fell on Monday, as a crackdown on China's Huawei Technologies r
* Indexes fall: Dow 0.51%, S&P 0.73%, Nasdaq 1.61%
Authored by Bryce Coward via Knowledge Leaders Capital blog,