China Is a Habitual Currency Manipulator, But Not Now

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.

Are Cryptos Finally Overtaking Fiat Currencies?

Are Cryptos Finally Overtaking Fiat Currencies?

Facebook's Libra and bitcoin both seem to be beating gold in several ways.

China's Yuan Threat, Disney Volatility: Market Recon

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.

Cryptocurrency in Focus: Bitcoin

Cryptocurrency in Focus: Bitcoin

TheStreet is teaming up with Flipside Crypto to check out key cryptocurrencies. Here's a look at bitcoin (BTC), the most popular cryptocurrency in the market.

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

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.

Trade War: An End to China's Currency Stability

Trade War: An End to China's Currency Stability

The Chinese yuan had traded in a narrow range for several months in hopes a U.S.-China trade pact would be reached.

US Treasury Department Labels China a 'Currency Manipulator': What Happens Next?

US Treasury Department Labels China a 'Currency Manipulator': What Happens Next?

The U.S. Treasury Department's decision to label China a currency manipulator may satisfy a long-standing ambition of President Donald Trump, but it will have little impact on actions in Beijing as it continues to hold firm against an increasingly aggressive stance on trade and tariffs from the White House.

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

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.

4 Tech Stock Areas Where Bargain-Hunting Investors Might Want to Look

4 Tech Stock Areas Where Bargain-Hunting Investors Might Want to Look

Though there's certainly a risk that tech stocks will fall further if trade tension keeps rising, many names are more reasonably valued than they were a short while ago.

The Ramifications of China's Currency Maneuvers

The Ramifications of China's Currency Maneuvers

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