President Donald Trump said the U.S. is “doing very well with China, and talking!” in a Twitter message sent hours after Larry Kudlow, his top economic adviser, laid out a potential timeline for the resumption of substantive trade talks with Beijing. Separately, Trump suggested he might impose a 100% tariff on French wine, according to two people with knowledge of his comments.
Traders say Nigerian Treasury Bill (NTB) yields rose about 70 basis points over escalating trade tensions between the U.S and China. For more details on this week’s activities at the Money market in Nigeria, Nnamdi Olisaeloka, fixed income, currencies and commodities Analyst at Zedcrest Capital joins CNBC Africa for more.
Sam Nunn, Nuclear Threat Initiative Co-Chair and Former Georgia Senator discusses Russia's current nuclear explosion, U.S., China, and Russia's nuclear strategy and the Iran nuclear deal. He speaks with David Westin on "Bloomberg: Balance of Power."
On a sweltering day in eastern China a squad of footballers wearing blindfolds hurtles after a ringing ball, occasionally clattering painfully into each other. But Jiangsu province's blind football team hardly care -- even when they break the odd bone -- because the sport is a rewarding break from the massage parlour.
Philippine Vice President Leni Robredo says friendship with both China and the U.S. is beneficial to the Philippines and she doesn't believe they need to choose between the two countries. She speaks exclusively with Haslinda Amin in Manila.
A report showing healthy U.S. job gains failed to deter bond traders from betting on a half-point of additional Federal Reserve rate cuts in 2019 as escalating U.S.-China trade tensions held the market’s focus. Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro sat down with TD’s Priya Misra, JPMorgan’s Oksana Aronov and Robert Tipp of PGIM Fixed Income to discuss whether the escalating trade war would force the Federal Reserve into a September rate hike.
Tensions between China and the United States over what’s happening in Hong Kong seems to be escalating. One state official calling China a “thuggish regime.” It stems from Chinese complaints that the U.S. is stirring up some unrest in the city. Bloomberg’s Stephen Engle reports on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”