Monthly Archives: July 2018

Copper — a metal with a history of predicting economic trouble — hits 1-year low, nears bear market

The metal’s futures for September delivery traded as low as $2.6735 per pound, their lowest since July 14, 2017. ·       “Demand still looked very good, [but] as the year unfolded, trade tensions started to weigh on growth,” says Suki Cooper,

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Trade War Data Favors the United States

According to Bloomberg, the United States exports $150 billion to China and imports $500 billion from China. This means China has $150 billion worth of trade they could put tariffs on and the United States has $500 billion worth. The

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