Listen Up: This Time Is ... Not ... Different

While the bond market has been offering a dose of reality, the U.S. stock market couldn't be more clueless to the heightened risk of a global financial meltdown.

Jim Cramer: China, BRIC's Last Solid Brick, Erodes, and So Do Many Multiples

Steadily, the once-revered markets of Brazil, Russia, India and China have become hazardous places to do business.

China Is a Habitual Currency Manipulator, But Not Now

China has fiddled plenty with the yuan, but has let it strengthen significantly since 2005; the U.S. has brought current weakness in the Chinese currency on itself.

3 Tariff Questions That Must Wait for Answers

It will take time to determine the impact of new tariffs on consumer prices, business bottom lines and the achievement of a trade deal with China.

China's Yuan Threat, Disney Volatility: Market Recon

The Chinese government has now demonstrated an ability to control the S&P 500, even at the risk of Chinese domestic capital flight.

A Sigh of Relief, but Technical Damage Remains

Room exists for more bounce, but formidable overhead resistance stays at the 50-day simple moving average of the major indexes.

Jim Cramer: Who Would You Rather Be Right Now, China or the U.S.?

Because of our strong economy with virtually no inflation, we have the upper hand in the Chinese talks and, I believe, we could get a deal if we thought the Chinese were going to change their ways, not just their buying patterns.

Current Conditions Don't Look Favorable for a V-Shaped Bounce

The only reason that there is a bounce on China trade headlines is that it didn't become worse.

The Ramifications of China's Currency Maneuvers

Is China willing to risk a global recession to hurt Trump's chances in 2020?

Take-Two Takes Back Lost Ground After Strong Earnings Results, Upbeat Guidance

Are video game stocks a counterintuitive safe haven amid the trade war noise? At least one analyst thinks so.