- Boeing‘s stock was down 3.68% Wednesday morning following China’s latest trade move to potentially impose tariffs on $US50 billion worth of US goods, which includes aeroplanes.
- This comes less than 24 hours after President Donald Trump rolled out a list of Chinese imports that his administration plans to impose tariffs on.
- You can view Boeing’s current stock price here.
Shares of Boeing fell Wednesday morning following China’s new plans to impose tariffs on US imports, including aeroplanes. The announcement was in repose to the US government’s proposals to tax Chinese products coming into the US.
Boeing fell 3.68% early Wednesday, and is responsible for about 100 points of the Dow Jones industrial average‘s drop this morning, according to CNBC.
China’s government said it would impose tariffs on over 100 US products valued at $US50 billion in response to President Donald’s Trump’s proposed plan that targets certain Chinese imports.
The aerospace manufacturer has been pressured in recent weeks, weighed down by the trade spat between the world’s largest economies, as well as a broader market selloff and pressure from competition.
Boeing was one of the best performing stocks in 2017, climbing 89%.
Shares are up 7.04% this year.
Read more about the trade conflict’s effect on automakers thanks to the tit-for-tat trade threats made by the US and China.
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