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But some have already taken steps to do so, and, in earnings calls over the past..."We are talking to China, the meetings in September, that hasn't changed," Trump told reporters Sunday on the White House South Lawn after returning from Camp David.Millions of residents along the Southeastern U.S. coast are on high alert amid warnings the storm would move northeast after battering the Bahamas, threatening Florida,...The shootings in West Texas come just a few weeks after a mass shooting at a Walmart in El Paso left 22 people dead.Protesters want the full withdrawal of a bill that would allow Hong Kong residents to be sent to mainland China to stand trial.The audio jack that stood as the standard for decades was ditched by Samsung, a long-time champion of the headphone jack, in the Galaxy Note 10.Leuthold Group's Jim Paulsen sees a phenomenon that could send stocks off to the races.FedEx and UPS are taking different approaches to dealing with Amazon, which is now a competitor in the shipping industry.American joined United in removing the Boeing 737 Max from its schedules until December as the planes' worldwide grounding approaches the six-month mark.Stocks were so volatile in August they gave Wall Street a collective case of whiplash.China has started to impose additional tariffs on some of the US goods on a $75-billion target list.The U.S. decision to hike duties on Chinese goods will weigh on consumers. Labor Day may be the last chance to avoid higher prices on some products.President Donald Trump said trade talks with Beijing are still planned for September after a new round of tariffs went into effect on Sunday.

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