It’s been a wild few weeks if you’re a stock investor. At Simply Money, we want to share a few important reminders we think will help keep you sane.
Trade tensions between the U.S. and China calmed down last week, as China is planning to reduce tariffs on U.S. automobiles by 25% and increase purchases of U.S. agricultural products, including soybeans and corn.
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Even though President Trump and Chinese President Xi agreed to a 90-day trade war ceasefire, market turbulence has remained high due to anxiety around trade tensions.
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A trade war truce was declared over the weekend after President Trump and Chinese President Xi dined at the G-20 meeting in Argentina.
Peace. Hope. Thankfulness. The holiday season is officially here! And if you have the right mindset, not much can ruin this time of year. That is, unless, you fall for a scam.
Wall Street will be eyeing the meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi that takes place near the end of this week at the G-20 summit in Argentina.
It’s officially the season of “giving thanks!” So, at Simply Money, we want to share three things we believe you should be thankful for as an investor.
Corporate profits, drama around “Brexit,” and the trade war with China were front and center last week.