A Timeline of US-China Trade War

Updated on: 1 July 2019 | 12:00 PM

Originally published on: 26 February 2019 | 12:00 PM

Earlier this week, US President, Donald Trump, announced that he would be extending the tariffs deadline even if no deal was reached by 1 March 2019. This means that he would be delaying plans to increase tariffs on USD 200 billion worth of Chinese goods. It seems that the tensions between US and China tensions have eased.

With the infographic below, Phillip CFD provides you a quick guide to how the US-China trade war unfolded since January 2018.

What does this all mean for the Investors?

As we continue to monitor the advancement of the situation, you as an investor can gain exposure to both potential upside and downside through CFD trading. You can hedge your positions with our World Indices CFD such as Wall Street Index CFD, US SP 500 Index CFD, US Tech 100 Index CFD and China A50 Index CFD.

Alternatively, we also have a whole range of equities CFD offering under US Equity CFD and China Equity CFD.

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