Steel Dynamics, Inc. is a diversified carbon-steel producer and metals recycler in the United States. The Company's operating segments include steel operations, metals recycling and ferrous resources operations, and steel fabrication operations. Steel Dynamics products include flat rolled steel sheet, engineered bar special-bar-quality, and structural beams.
The escalating trade tensions between Beijing and Washington have pulled America’s farmers and agricultural exporters into the melee.
Republicans see a chance to flip a congressional seat in northern Minnesota, where President Trump’s steel tariffs are being celebrated as a boost for the mining industry.
Despite protests about his tactics, countries from Germany to South Korea are flinching in the face of Trump’s threats.
The underlying rationales for Trump's recent proclamations/actions on trade are examined. They are flawed. We are entering a dangerous time for the global economy.
Canada and the United Kingdom expressed concerns about President Trump's decision to announce next week that he will slap 25 percent tariffs on steel and 10 percent tariffs on aluminum imports.
A trade war is when a nation imposes tariffs on imports and foreign countries retaliate. Over time, trade wars reduce international trade.
US president calls on Brussels to respond in kind to temporary amnesty, while move against Beijing hits stock markets
President Donald Trump said his administration would slap tariffs on steel and aluminum imports to the United States, the latest in a series of moves to reorder the country’s trade arrangements along lines Trump believes are more favorable to American interests. The Trump administration has long criticized China for flooding the U.S. market with cheap commodities, and the 25 percent tariff on steel and 10 percent tariff on aluminum Trump announced March 1 seemed calculated in part to rein in what the administration considers unfair Chinese trade practices. But some critics, like Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, have charged that a ...
If Trump’s trade provocations mushroom out of control, dozens of border-opening trade deals negotiated over several decades could be shoved aside.
The deal comes amid a flurry of exemptions and revisions to the steel and aluminum protections announced this month by the White House.
Summers said the Trump steel tariffs are positioned to hurt more workers within the U.S. than they could help.
President Donald Trump on Thursday directed his top trade representative to impose an estimated $50 billion in new tariffs against Chinese goods.
Let’s not forget that with 19% of a total of $6.26 trillion in U.S. debt to foreign creditors, China is the biggest holder of U.S. debt, writes the Atlantic Council’s Marie Kasperek.
David Greene talks to Rufus Yerxa president of the National Foreign Trade Council, about the expected announcement of trade action and trade tariffs against China.
HISTORY will rhyme on March 23rd, when Donald Trump’s tariffs on steel and aluminium imports are due to come into force. Several previous presidents, from Ronald Reagan to Barack Obama, also used tariffs in an attempt to protect America’s steel producers from foreign competition.
By alienating allies, the United States could undermine the potential for collective action among countries nursing shared grievances with China.
Cascading protectionism and trading blocs — minus the United States — are among the worries.
Raw materials are ground zero for tariffs. Aluminum and steel are a starting point. The demand side of the commodities market comes next. A bargaining tool. The
Appliance giant Electrolux delayed a planned $250 million Tennessee investment on fears that Trump tariffs will hike U.S. steel and aluminum prices.
The political network backed by billionaires Charles and David Koch isn’t happy about the steel and aluminum tariffs proposed by President Donald Trump and is mobilizing grass-roots activists in 36 states against them.