The N.H. Economic News Roundup: Trade, The Stock Market, and How They Impact the Granite State

Apr 3, 2018

We look at two economic forces that directly impact each other: international trade and the stock market. What do trade announcements from Washington mean for New Hampshire, and how does a fluctuating stock market impact our economy? We'll also look at a big employer for Granite Staters: foreign companies.

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Related Reading:

Stock Market:

"Tech shares drag stock markets lower," from the Wall Street Journal. 

"Stock Markets Slump for Second Day on Fears of Trade War With China," from Time. 

Trade:

"China-Trump trade fight spurs market worries," from Politico. 

"China to US: We'll match your tariffs in 'scale' and 'intensity," from CNN. 

Foreign Employers in N.H.: 

"Report: Foreign-owned businesses a key New Hampshire employer," from New Hampshire Business Review.

Fiscal Policy:

"Congress boosts funds for fighter jets, missile defense in military spending spree," from the Washington Post.

"Pending federal budget deal includes $142 million for states like NH with most dope deaths," from the Union Leader.