BMW hikes X3 production in China, U.S., mitigating fallout from tariffs
Tuesday, 7 May 2019 () BMW's Chief Executive on Tuesday said the carmaker has increased production of its X3 offroader model in Spartanburg, South Carolina, as well as in China, a step which reduces exposure to trade tariffs between China and the United States.
According to Reuters, China’s commerce ministry said on Wednesday it would take retaliatory measures if Washington went ahead with a plan to raise tariffs on Chinese imports on Friday.The ministry said that escalating trade frictions were not in the interests of either country or the world....
Nvidia reported earnings on Thursday, May 16th. The chip maker said adjusted earnings for the three months ending on April 28, the group's fiscal first quarter, came in at 88 cents per share, down more..
Walmart says US-China trade war will lead to higher prices. The news comes after the Trump administration raised tariffs last week to 25%. According to Fortune, the administration says another round of..
Why should the market care about the U.S.'s move against Huawei mean for U.S. companies? Jeff Marks, senior portfolio analyst for Jim Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS members-only investing club weighs in..
China is set to raise tariffs on $60 Billion of US goods on more than 5,000 products in retaliation for the U.S. hike on Chinese goods. The tariff hike, which is high as 25% on some products, will go..
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