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Voestalpine Takes Flight While Being Aware of Bumpy Landing

Voestalpine is “preparing for a much worse economy” according to the steelmaker’s CEO, Wolfgang Eder. The firm has previously identified U.S. tariffs as a risk to revenues. Those tariffs have had the effect of trimming Voestalpine’s U.S. seaborne imports of section 232-... Read more →


Saudi Weapons Order Shortage Has Yet To Cut Deliveries

President Donald Trump has vetoed a bill to withdraw U.S. military support to Saudi Arabia in the Yemen conflict. That’s come as U.S. export orders for weapons and military aircraft have slowed, reaching $35.8 billion in the past 12 months to Apr. 18 from $76.8 billion the same period 12 month... Read more →


Trump’s Jet Leverage Attempt May Cause EU Talks To Crash

The administration of President Donald Trump, via the U.S. Trade Representative, has announced a list of 326 import lines from the EU which it may apply tariffs to in retaliation for EU subsidies provided to Airbus. The review, under the section 301 process, will likely run for several months ... Read more →


Loads More Weapons Imports As Tighter U.S. Ownership Rules Beckon

Calls for tighter regulations regarding handheld weapons in the U.S. have included stricter sales rules at retailers including Dick’s Sporting Goods. That hasn’t crimped demand however with FBI background checks having risen 6.6% year over year in January. U.S. imports have also been increasin... Read more →


Gun Importers Not Yet Ready To Load Up as Supreme Court Date Set

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear its first weapons-ownership case for nine years in October. That may lead to an increase in sales. Background checks for weapons purchases by the FBI have begun to recover with a 3.2% year over year rise to reach 26.2 million applications in 2018. Importers inc... Read more →


Lots Said at U.S.-China Talks, But Delivery Easier Said Than Done

The first round of trade talks between the U.S. and China ahead of a Mar. 1 deadline appear to have covered both the economic policy and trade deficit issues required by the U.S. The terse statements from each side – 180 words from the U.S., 74 from China – would suggest final agreements are s... Read more →

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