August trade figures reveal two things: a slowing economy, and a rising trade deficit with China as a strong dollar makes imports more attractive.
Should U.S. companies like Intel be allowed to invest in factories and partner with tech companies in China? If so, should there be restrictions?
By Amanda Mayoral Summary Americans are working harder and waiting longer to buy homes The cost of a home is 6 times median household income today, versus 3.2 times in 1967 The disparity between house prices and median incomes was exacerbated by the COVID pandemic which drove a 37% increase in house prices…
Amazon’s cloud service company isn’t breaking any laws. But is really okay for AWS to provide cloud computing to the Pentagon and China defense contractors?
Financial Times columnist Rana Foroohar writes about the end times for globalization as we know. What comes next in the post-global world?
Washington proves to be more hawkish on China than Wall Street. Especially in the House of Representatives. A look at a recent House Financial Services Committee meeting.
Some in the Senate, like Sen. Bob Casey, say Washington needs to monitor what type of investment corporate America is making in China.
A CPA poll conducted by Morning Consult show that Americans wonder where their beef comes from. Bought it locally? Maybe it came from Brazil.
The UN Uyghur report called the situation in Xinjiang an international human rights crime. Who will be first to sue? And why are Vanguard and BlackRock allowed to invest in banned companies?
CPA economist Jeff Ferry talks about IPEF. What should Washington focus on, and what they should outright avoid.