French-style kisses on both cheeks, lengthy handshakes turned into “bro-shakes” and repeated affirmations of a burgeoning friendship: the “bromance” between President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron was on full display during the first state visit of the Trump Administration this
General Electric, Alphabet and Micron Technology climb while U.S. Steel slips
As many as 30 Trump administration appointees may be in violation of ethics guidelines intended to prevent officials from working in agencies they once lobbied, a government watchdog said Monday. The appointees include a top federal health official who worked for medical supply interests, an Office
The "This Week" Powerhouse Roundtable debates the week in politics, including President Trump's move to meet with Kim Jong Un and the impact of the Stormy Daniels scandal.
A partially-shuttered Illinois steel plant plans to fire up its blast furnace again, putting as many as 500 people back to work following the Trump administration's move to slap tariffs on imported steel. U.S. Steel’s Granite City Works plant in Granite City, Illinois, had idled a blast furnace and
President Trump today signed off on tariffs that the administration believes will help strengthen and improve the nation’s steel and aluminum industries. Here are some key figures relating to the production of those metals in the U.S., and where that ranks globally. Steel production in the U.S.:
Tariffs go into effect after 15 days, with the exception of Canada and Mexico.
Despite surges in stock prices for U.S. steel and aluminum companies, American manufacturers may now have to pay more for materials, which could mean price hikes for consumers.
President trump also taking action today on trade, imposing stiff tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum from other countries. Blaming those countries for destroying those industries here at home. But could his move lead to higher prices on products here, even cars and trucks? Stocks falling