Nearly two-thirds of U.S. voters said they are not better off financially since Donald Trump took office, a new poll of likely voters finds.
"The U.S. economy appears to be slowing, and respondents expect still slower growth over the next 12 months," NABE President Constance Hunter said.
Following a 15-year dispute between the U.S. and the EU, the WTO approved a measure that will impose a pricey new tariff on all Irish and Scotch single-malt whiskies as well as a slew of other European products.
The Trump administration is waging trade wars against China, the European Union, and others, and the tariffs are costing many American manufacturers money.
"The president has gotten nothing in terms of the big ticket items," Maria Bartiromo said.
Bloomberg reported on Monday that the China wanted more trade talks before Xi committed to signing the agreement.
The Parmigiano-Reggiano Cheese Consortium in Italy tells Newsweek that its industry will be hit hard by U.S. tariffs and American consumers will suffer.
"As a reference, this is approximately the size of Switzerland's entire economy," IMF managing director Kristalina Georgieva explained.
Beth Ford said the farmers she represents are suffering from a combination of bad weather hitting harvests and tariffs.
"Job growth remains on its slowing trend even as labor markets continue to get tighter. While wages dropped slightly, finding qualified workers is likely to get more difficult," Gad Levanon wrote.
Investors are betting the threat of impeachment will force President Donald Trump into cutting a deal with China to end a trade war between the world's two largest economies.
The United States is set to impose $7.5 billion in new tariffs on range of goods from the European Union (EU), including Scotch whisky.
The proportion of CFOs who rated U.S. economic conditions as good dropped to a six-year low of 68 percent.
The U.S.-China trade war appears to be de-escalating as Beijing offers an olive branch to Washington after the tariffs' delay announced by President Donald Trump.
Fox News' Judge Andrew Napolitano accused Trump of unconstitutionally misappropriating funds for his border wall from federal money Congress did not approve.
President Donald Trump's tariffs on China are borne almost entirely by American consumers, the evidence shows.
Donald Trump's ongoing trade war with China has resulted in farmers losing their fourth biggest international export market for U.S. agricultural goods.
"We were bracing for the worst," financial analyst Charles Payne said Monday on the Fox News show "America's Newsroom."
"Larry, those words came out of Boris Johnson's mouth," CNN anchor Brianna Kielar pushed back. "How do you argue with that?"
Fox News anchor Maria Bartiromo blamed the U.S. news media for emboldening the Chinese government to push back against President Donald Trump's ongoing trade war.
The president made the remarks after the Dow Jones fell by 623 points Friday, a drop sparked by Trump tweets from earlier in the day.
"It's been very devastating to rural America," Gary Wertish said.
The campaign website warns customers they should "anticipate a delay in delivery due to overwhelming support."
The trade official previously argued that Chinese manufacturers were decreasing prices significantly to compensate for the additional import levies.
President Donald Trump played down the impact of his tariffs on goods from China as he delayed the next hike on some consumer products until Christmas.
"They've got to start being a partner. They're not a partner. So I think anything we raise in tariffs, we ought to give back to the rank and public in tax reductions so it doesn't impact American families. We've got to help American farmers open up more markets around the world," Scott said.
"Are you listening Federal Reserve? This is a major violation which will greatly weaken China over time!" Trump Tweeted