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.”
How China can withstand the impact of U.S. trade tariffs
Chen Zhao, chief global strategist at Alpine Macro, discusses the impact of trade tariffs on the U.S. and Chinese economies.
U.S. adds 304,000 jobs in January, jobless rate rises to 4%
U.S. payrolls topped estimates with an increase of 304,000 in January as wage gains cooled and the unemployment rate increased to 4 percent.
Stop complaining, you've power to change your country, U.S. Envoy urges Nigerian youths
Stop complaining, you've power to change your country, U.S. Envoy urges Nigerian youths.
U.S. Marines missing in Japan after 'mishap'
Five U.S. Marines are missing following a still-unexplained mishap off the coast of Japan on Thursday involving two Marine Corps aircraft, which may have collided mid-air during a refueling exercise gone wrong, U.S. officials said.
Trump says Brexit deal hampers U.S.-UK trade
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday the agreement allowing the United Kingdom to leave the European Union may make trade between Washington and London more difficult.
Migrants halted on bridge at Mexico border
Hundreds of Central American migrants remain camped on a bridge separating Guatemala and Mexico on Saturday, as efforts to halt a trek north by the caravan gathered pace under U.S. pressure.
"Risking ourselves" from hunger, corruption: migrants
Honduran migrants Jairo Velazquez and Kelyn Godoy told Reuters they are "risking" their lives as they trek north to the U.S. to save themselves from hunger and corruption in their native country.