President Donald Trump lifted steel and aluminum tariffs on Canada and Mexico on Friday, a move designed to ease one area of tensions even as the President's wider trade agenda faces an uncertain future.
The Trump administration is giving Gillette a break on steel.
India is moving forward with plans to hit back at the United States over trade.
Wall Street analysts are growing increasingly worried that President Trump's proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum will hurt Detroit's top two auto giants. But investors don't seem nearly as concerned.
Republican Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa is suggesting she's not a fan of the expedited process President Donald Trump is deploying to impose steel and aluminum tariffs, adding to the growing tide of Republicans in Congress opposing the White House policy.
Homebuyers in the U.S. were already facing significant hurdles to the American dream in 2018: higher interest rates, rising values, news tax laws and increased labor costs in the construction industry.The headwinds will be that much stronger if President Trump…
President Trump's trade war threat drove the Dow lower for the second straight day.
If President Trump decides to impose steep tariffs on steel, it would be a direct shot at Beijing.