A growing number of economists believe China has the ability to withstand a full-blown trade assault from President Donald Trump's administration. And doing so is likely critical to Chinese President Xi Jinping's push to establish his country as a global leader.
LNG is a big growth area for U.S. energy companies, and these tariffs bite into its competitive advantage.
If anything, there may be a number of eventual positives from the head-butting over trade.
Even with the threat of tariffs and uncertainty surrounding U.S. trade policy, Mastercard is betting that global trade will increase.
The perception of commodities being linked to the Chinese economic cycle made them victims during the harsh selloff.
TE Connectivity's CEO talks to TheStreet about being a global company in the face of tariffs.
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