Trump may say China broke the deal, but here is a deeper dive into what happened -- and what the outcome is likely to be for the markets.
China's stock markets dipped briefly into the red, then closed up almost 4% as trade taxes on $200 billion in goods rose to 25%. What's going on?
Only economists and pundits seem to be worried about a pending crash that might never occur.
I would love to see a real implosion in the Shanghai market caused by trade tremors. Why? Because I don't own any Chinese equities and yet still believe in the country's long-term growth stories.
Do the charts reflect the positive fundamentals? Let's check.
Because the news they access is filtered, Chinese investors have yet to factor in just how dangerously the trade talks now dangle.
Trade data out of China should have signaled that they must come to the table, but instead we are fed invincibility.
Asian markets have tanked on Monday after Sunday's aggressive tweets from Donald Trump.
Is this is the start of a major turning point or just a bout of volatility that will resolve itself favorably?
With plenty of chest-beating, Donald Trump tweeted plans for further tariffs against China.