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Boeing CEO Concerned That U.S.-China Trade Spat Could Escalate

Boeing CEO Concerned That U.S.-China Trade Spat Could Escalate

CEO Dennis Muilenburg is worried tariffs and other trade restrictions may hinder the aerospace industry.

Video: Don't Underestimate China's Strength in a Trade War

Video: Don't Underestimate China's Strength in a Trade War

The strength of the U.S. economy is helping in the Trump administration's trade negotiation with China, but one expert isn't underestimating China.

Jim Cramer on How China Trade Worries Affect Casino Stocks, Starbucks and Apple

Jim Cramer on How China Trade Worries Affect Casino Stocks, Starbucks and Apple

When it comes to China retaliation against the U.S. for tariffs, China could stop Macau gambling, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.

Xiaomi Shares Soar Friday After Its Tough IPO

Xiaomi Shares Soar Friday After Its Tough IPO

Shares of Xiaomi rally after a tough opening week.

Can Tesla Even Afford to Produce 500,000 Cars a Year in China?

Can Tesla Even Afford to Produce 500,000 Cars a Year in China?

Tesla plans to open a new plant in Shanghai. What does that mean for the company's bottom line?

Tesla Aims to Produce 500,000 Cars a Year in China

Tesla Aims to Produce 500,000 Cars a Year in China

Tesla plans on building 500,000 cars a year at its Chinese gigafactory.

Asian Markets, U.S. Stock Futures Climb Tuesday

Asian Markets, U.S. Stock Futures Climb Tuesday

Stocks in Tokyo and Hong rise Tuesday; U.S. stock futures edge higher.

Bitcoin Today: The Bid for $7,000 Continues

Bitcoin Today: The Bid for $7,000 Continues

Bitcoin spends another day close to flat.

Tesla Raising Prices in China 20% Could Bring More Suffering

Tesla Raising Prices in China 20% Could Bring More Suffering

Tesla has raised prices for its Model S and Model X vehicles in China thanks to the global trade war.

Bring on Trump's Trade War

Bring on Trump's Trade War

Now may be the time for the U.S. to start a trade war because its economy is stronger than China's and less dependent on exports, but the ending may not be in American hands.