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Designer Isaac Mizrahi (left) embraces Robert D'Loren, CEO of Xcel Brands, which once manufactured 70% of its clothes in China. Today that's down to about 20%. The company now manufacturers in a variety of countries, including Indonesia, India and Sri Lanka. Brendan McDermid/Reuters hide caption

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China Falls Out Of Fashion For Some U.S. Brands

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Markets Fall After Trump Tweets

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President Trump Announces Higher Tariffs On Goods From China

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A group representing importers said it was gratified that the Trump administration is lifting the tariffs on Mexican tomatoes. But it cautioned that beefed-up inspections could act as another barrier to free trade. Anna-Rose Gassot/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Mulls 2 Kinds Of Tax Cuts While Browbeating Fed About Interest Rates

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President Trump is downplaying the odds of a recession, but he's also calling on the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates again. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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Trump Dismisses Recession Fears, Saying Fed Must Help The Economy

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Companies Look For Workarounds To Avoid Trump's Tariffs As Trade War Grinds On

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What Economic Indicators Are Telling Us About A Potential Recession

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Frog meat is among the many items imported from China that had been facing tariffs in a few weeks, but now the tariffs are delayed until December. Emmanuelle Bonzami/EyeEm/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Administration Postpones Tariffs On Some Popular Chinese Imports

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A truck passes a stack of China Shipping containers at the Port of Savannah in Georgia on July 5, 2018. The Trump administration is delaying some tariffs from taking effect until December. Stephen B. Morton/AP hide caption

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Trump Administration Delays Some China Tariffs

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