Week In Review: How Trump's Policies Moved Stocks - Saturday April 20th

4. U.S.-EU TRADE: Transatlantic coordinator Peter Beyer, a senior German official, said that the EU had no choice but to threaten tariffs on U.S. imports on a fight over aircraft subsidies, though he hoped trade tensions would not have an impact on negotiations with Washington over a broader trade pact, Reuters reported earlier this week. Beyer said the EU's list of possible tariffs sent the right message given the U.S. failure to eliminated subsidies to Boeing, the publication added. "At the same time, I really hope that these renewed strains of trade relations do not affect the pending discussions about a trade agreement with the United States," he said.

5. CUBA ENGAGEMENT POLICIES: The Trump administration is tightening restrictions on travel and remittances to Cuba, reversing the engagement policies of President Obama, Nora Gamez Torres of Miami Herald reported on Wednesday. The moves are intended to increase pressure on the island's government in response to its support of the Nicolas Maduro regime in Venezuela, according to Gamez Torres. Travel to Cuba will now be limited to family visits, she added, citing a high-ranking official who spoke on condition of anonymity. Names in the cruise line space include Carnival (CCL), Royal Caribbean (RCL) and Norwegian Cruise Line (NCLH).

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Barry Hochhauser 1 year ago Member's comment

Of course #Trump is right about #Boeing. But it's just common sense. I always assumed that's always what Boeing would do with the #737Max. $BA