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02/09/2019
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Evelyn Cheng

China takes cautious steps with new tariffs, leaving most to December

China pushed ahead Sunday with increased duties of between 5% to 10% on a variety of major American exports, including soybeans and crude oil. The Chinese side has called for the cancellation of all additional tariffs as part of a trade agreement.
03/07/2019
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Thomas Franck

Trump’s Fed pick Judy Shelton is a fan of the gold standard and other unusual economic policies

President Donald Trump tweeted on Tuesday his intention to nominate Judy Shelton and St. Louis Fed economist Christopher Waller as Federal Reserve Board governors.
26/06/2019
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Holly Ellyatt

Mnuchin: ‘We were about 90% of the way’ on China trade deal and there’s a ‘path to complete this’

“We were about 90% of the way there [with a deal] and I think there’s a path to complete this,” Mnuchin says in Bahrain. Trump is meeting his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on Saturday at the G-20 summit in Osaka, Japan.
12/06/2019
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Holly Ellyatt

IMF’s Lagarde and ECB’s Draghi warn against troubling developments in trade war

Mario Draghi, the president of the European Central Bank (ECB) and Christine Lagarde, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned about the global trade dispute. The trade war between the U.S. and China could get worse, Lagarde said. Europe could be hit with U.S. import tariffs on its car exports.
05/06/2019
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Evelyn Cheng

Trade tensions have had a ‘significant’ impact on China, IMF says

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) lowered its 2019 growth forecast for the world’s second-largest economy to 6.2% from 6.3% on Wednesday. “The trade tensions have had an impact, significant, but in our view, so far contained,” Kenneth Kang, deputy director of the Asia-Pacific Department at the IMF and leader of the visiting team, told CNBC in an interview Wednesday.
09/05/2019
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Thomas Franck

US trade deficit widens to $50 billion in March

The trade deficit rose 1.5% from February to a seasonally adjusted $50 billion in March, the Commerce Department said Thursday. Economists surveyed by Refinitiv expected the U.S. trade deficit in March to fall to $50.2 billion from a revised $49.3 billion in February.
22/03/2019
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Energía Tom DiChristopher

The US is losing the nuclear energy export race to China and Russia. Here’s the Trump team’s plan to turn the tide

Russian and Chinese companies are aggressively pursuing nuclear energy export deals and building more reactors overseas than U.S. firms.The Trump administration aims to disrupt that progress by expanding early stage cooperation with countries interested in adopting nuclear energy.
26/02/2019
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Eustance Huang

Major Asian stock markets slip as investors seek clarity on US-China trade

Stocks in China slipped on the day after a turbulent session. Other major Asian stock markets also closed lower. U.S. stocks received a boost after President Donald Trump's declaration that America would delay placing additional tariffs on Chinese imports at the start of March.
24/01/2019
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Sam Meredith

China urges US to seek 'win-win' relationship amid long-running trade war

Washington and Beijing have been locked in a tit-for-tat trade battle for several months, as the world's two largest economies wrangle for global influence. "For the Chinese and U.S. economies, I believe they are in state of (being) mutually indispensable," Wang said, according to a WEF translation. "So, the conclusion is that there has to be a mutual benefit and win-win (relationship)," he added.
23/01/2019
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional

China says it will step up government spending this year to support the economy

China will step up fiscal spending this year to support its economy, focusing on further cuts in taxes and fees for small firms, finance ministry officials said on Wednesday. The government may unveil more fiscal stimulus during the annual parliamentary meeting in March, including bigger tax cuts and more spending on infrastructure projects, economists say.
16/01/2019
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Regional Evelyn Cheng

China just injected a record amount of money to stimulate its economy

On Wednesday, the Chinese central bank injected a net 560 billion yuan ($83 billion) into the banking system, the highest ever recorded for a single day.
15/01/2019
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Holly Ellyatt

German economy posts weakest growth in five years

German gross domestic product (GDP) grew 1.5 percent in 2018, compared with 2.2 percent in 2017. It's the weakest rate of growth in five years.
14/01/2019
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Huileng Tan

US trade deficit with China grows to a record and it's likely even worse than the data shows

China's trade surplus with the U.S. — closely watched amid a bitter trade dispute between the two countries — grew 17 percent from a year ago to hit $323.32 billion in 2018. Exports to the U.S. rose 11.3 percent on-year in 2018, while imports from the U.S. to China rose 0.7 percent over the same period.
09/01/2019
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Energía Dave Sherwood

EXPLAINER-SQM and Chile reach lithium deal, but Atacama water woes continue

SANTIAGO, Jan 9 (Reuters) - Chile's environmental regulator this week approved a $25 million compliance plan by lithium miner SQM, ending a multi-year investigation by authorities that found the Chilean miner had overdrawn lithium-rich brine from the Atacama salt flat.
07/01/2019
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Lauren Feiner

Trump says he's not concerned about Apple because it builds products in China

04/01 - 17:53 - President Donald Trump told reporters he is not concerned about Apple's descent on the stock market after announcing it was lowering its revenue forecast for the quarter. Trump said China is the main beneficiary of Apple because it mostly makes its products there, which Apple has disputed. Trump praised Apple's plans to repatriate billions to the U.S. and build a new domestic campus.
26/12/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Relaciones Bilaterales

China imports zero US soybeans in November for the first time since the trade war started

China's soybean imports from the United States plunged to zero in November, marking the first time since the trade war between the world's two largest economies started that China has imported no U.S. supplies. Instead, China has leaned on Brazilian imports to replace the U.S. cargoes, customs data showed on Monday.
13/12/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos John W. Schoen

China bought 500,000 tons of U.S. soybeans. But that’s just a drop in the U.S. export bucket

Chinese state-owned companies bought at least 500,000 tonnes of U.S. soybeans on Wednesday, two U.S. traders said. But the recent purchases represent just a fraction of sales American farmers have lost since the Trump administration embarked on a trade war with Beijing in July. China is the largest buyer of U.S. soy, but has purchased little since Beijing retaliated with steep tariffs on U.S. shipments on July 6 in retaliation for duties on Chinese goods.
05/12/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional

China plans to buy US crude oil now that Trump and Xi have agreed to hit pause on the trade war

China's crude oil imports from the United States ground to a halt this year as a trade war between the two countries escalated. But the tariff ceasefire that both countries agreed to over the weekend has opened the window for China to import American crude oil. U.S. crude oil has to arrive in China by March 1, when the 90-day period comes to an end.
22/11/2018
Economía CNBC - Estados Unidos Sector Automotor

Tesla cuts China car prices to absorb hit from trade war tariffs

The move comes amid severe trade tensions between China and the United States, which has seen extra tariffs slapped on U.S. imports into the country, including automobiles, hurting Tesla which imports all the cars it currently sells in the market. The electric carmaker, led by billionaire CEO Elon Musk, said it will cut prices of the two models by 12 percent to 26 percent to make the cars more "affordable" in the world's top auto market, where sales of so-called new-energy vehicles are rising fast.
20/11/2018
Política CNBC - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Yen Nee Lee

After US-China clash at APEC, all eyes shift to the Trump-Xi meeting in Argentina

Investors will watch the upcoming meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Argentina for clues of any easing — or escalation — in tensions between the two countries, analysts said on Monday. Differences between the world's two biggest economies were on full display at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit over the weekend, resulting in the group's failure to agree on a joint communique for the first time in its history.
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