Market Increasingly Considering Higher Tariffs On China

In off the record conversations with fund managers and investment research firms in New York, there is a growing consensus that Trump will ultimately slap tariffs on a broad array of Made in China goods. The threats of tariffs would have moved to becoming actual tariffs. China charges more for imports of U.S. products — sometimes 10 times more (automobiles, for example) — …

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