Markets rattled as trade war fears escalate

Commodity markets paid the highest price in a mounting trade dispute between the US and China in trade on Tuesday.

Will sell with the subsequent Declaration of a US regime that he will not survive another $200 billion (£152bn) Chinese tariffs on imports of 10pc, prompting China brand extortion “the practice of extreme pressure and blackmail”.

It was the latest escalation of retaliatory trade line called Chinese companies alleged theft of intellectual property the United States.

White house adviser Peter Navarro, speaking on a conference call on Tuesday evening, warned Beijing ” may have underestimated the determination of President Donald J. trump.”

“If they thought that they can buy us cheaply with a few…

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