Cautious trading ahead of Nigeria’s bond auction
Traders say they expect a mixed session today, as investors take a cautious approach ahead of Wednesday’s auction. Chioma Udu, Forex Dealer at GT Bank joins CNBC Africa to preview the fixed income and forex market.
Apple analysts see weak iPhone demand amid trade dispute
Apple Inc. could be seeing weaker-than-expected demand for its iPhone product line, especially in China, where trade tensions have been weighing down sales, according to analyst projections.
U.S. accuses China of playing blame game in white paper response
The U.S. is now “disappointed” in the White Paper released by China that outlines its views on the trade dispute. A statement from the Trump administration accused China of playing the blame game and misrepresenting the dispute.
Rice University's Rodriguez on Mexico tariffs, China
Peter Rodriguez, dean of Rice University Jones Graduate School of Business, discusses U.S.-China trade and President Trump’s proposed tariffs on Mexican goods on "Balance of Power."
May’s market drama
Equities may still show a green number for 2019, but for many investors, May was the month that markets woke up to a world of pain. From a flurry of trade-related tweets to a looming change in the U.K. government, risk seeped into financial markets. Bloomberg’s Dani Burger reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe.”
U.K. Consul General on Trump State Visit, Trade, Brexit
Antony Phillipson, U.K. consul general & Her Majesty's trade commissioner for North America, discusses Trump's upcoming state visit to the U.K., trade and Brexit.
China to raise tariffs on U.S. goods on June 1
The dispute between China and the U.S. could be set to escalate with Beijing due to raise tariffs on some American goods starting June 1. Bloomberg has also been told that China is putting U.S. soy purchases on hold in a move that’s seen as a direct strike on President Trump’s political base. Bloomberg’s Karen Leigh reports on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”
U.S.-China trade negotiations are a 5 to 10 year story, says Allianz’s Dwane
Neil Dwane, a global strategist at Allianz Global Investors, discusses the U.S.-China trade negotiations and where he sees them heading.
US to raise tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods up to 25%
US President Donald Trump said the tariff hike was needed because trade negotiations with China were moving "too slowly." The tariff increases on $200 billion of Chinese goods are set to start by the end of the week.