Stocks Tumble As Trade War With China Escalates
Tariffs are paid by importers of goods like retailers and wholesalers. They either absorb the fee, or increase prices to consumers. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.

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Stocks Tumble As Trade War With China EscalatesTariffs are paid by importers of goods like retailers and wholesalers. They either absorb the fee, or increase prices to consumers. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
China Threatens To Retaliate As Trade War Tensions EscalateU.S. and Chinese negotiators are scheduled to meet for an 11th round of talk in Washington.
WeWork Plans To Go PublicThe parent company of WeWork said it's filed confidential paperwork with the SEC.
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Financial Tips From Jill SchlesingerIf you agonize about money, you're not alone. Nearly seven out of 10 Americans say finances are a significant source of stress, according to a recent survey. Jill Schlesinger talked with CBS2's Cindy Hsu about her book 'The Dumb Things Smart People Do With Their Money'.
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Report: Average New Yorker $4,200 In Debt By End Of YearA new study says New York's high rents take a big toll during the holidays, plunging many tenants into sizeable debt. CBSN New York's Alex Denis reports.
Ohio Now Accepting Bitcoin For Business Tax PaymentsBusinesses in Ohio can now register online to pay their taxes with the Bitcoin crypto-currency. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Stocks Lose Ground After Market RoutFears are rising over the impact of President Trump's aggressive trade policy and the repercussions of rate hikes. CBS News' Diane King Hall reports.

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