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.

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.

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?

Jim Cramer: Does Anyone Really Think China Isn't a Currency Manipulator?

It would help if our allies -- particularly the Germans -- were to agree with our Treasury Secretary, because they have much more to lose from a devaluation of the yuan than we do.

Trade War Reignited: 6 Reasons Why It's Worse This Time

Markets got hit hard in May when trade talks broke down and the president instituted new tariffs, but things are different now.

Hong Kong's Stocks and China's Yuan Weaken, for Very Different Reasons

A general strike on Monday in Hong Kong finally has hit its stock market, while the yuan has fallen past 7.0 to the U.S. dollar thanks to trade woes.

Trade War, Currency War or Cold War?: Market Recon

The Chinese currency, the yuan, was permitted on Monday to smash through what has been considered to be the important psychological level of 7 to 1.

Powell Wishing on a Crystal Ball as Fed Cuts Rates

There is a real risk brewing in global financial markets.