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Here are the 16 American products China just exempted from tariffs

6 days ago   |   By Chron

AP
China said Wednesday it would temporarily shield a small number of American products from tariffs.
That came days before officials were scheduled to meet for trade negotiations.
The exemptions announced Wednesday included animal feed ingredients, cancer medication and chemicals.
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China said Wednesday it would temporarily shield a small number of American products from tariffs, days before officials were scheduled to meet for trade negotiations.
According to a statement from the Chinese finance ministry, 16 types of products are set to...
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Wall Street rises on Apple, trade optimism

Wall Street rises on Apple, trade optimism

7 days ago   |   By Reuters

U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday, lifted by Apple a day after the launch of its latest iPhones and as China moved to ease trade tensions with the United States by exempting certain goods from additional retaliatory tariffs.
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As trade war pinches China, it opens doors wide for foreign money

7 days ago   |   By Reuters

As the Sino-U.S. trade war drags on, Beijing is throwing its door wide open to foreign investors as concerns grow over declining exports, capital flight and persistent yuan weakness.
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China's Economy Will Shrink. Trade War Has No End In Sight

7 days ago   |   By Forbes

Companies may not be aligned with the market's thinking on this. Some believe a trade deal is possible.
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US business owners plan to pull back on hiring and investing if the trade war continues, according to a new UBS survey

US business owners plan to pull back on hiring and investing if the trade war continues, according to a new UBS survey

7 days ago   |   By Business Insider

A UBS survey of US businesses showed that the trade war is likely to impact business owners' growth plans if it continues to rage on.
The September survey showed a shift in sentiment from business owners. They're more cautious about the economy going forward, and less patient about trade progress from the administration.
Business hiring and spending on growth are important pillars of the US economy. A reversal in hiring and spending from businesses could lead to an economic contraction.
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US stocks edge higher as China eases trade tensions

7 days ago   |   By Chron

NEW YORK - U.S. stocks moved higher in early trading on Wednesday as investors snapped up technology companies following China's move to exempt some U.S. products from a recent round of tariffs.
The tech sector, which has much to gain or lose in the trade war, moved broadly higher in the early going. Apple, which unveiled a variety of new products and services a day earlier, rose 1.5%. Chipmaker Nvidia rose 1.1%.
Energy and communications stocks also made strong gains. Oilfield services company Schlumberger rose 2.9% and AT&T rose 1.2%.
Banks notched losses in the early going and dragged...
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China exempts some U.S. goods from tariffs

7 days ago   |   By Reuters

China announced its first batch of tariff exemptions for 16 types of U.S. products, days ahead of a planned meeting between trade negotiators from the two countries to try and de-escalate their bruising tariff row.
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China waives tariffs on some US goods for first time since the trade war began

7 days ago   |   By Stl Today

China just waived import tariffs on more than a dozen US goods. It's the first time Beijing has issued such exemptions since the US-China trade war began.
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