U.S.-China trade war
China retaliates on the United States' latest tariff decisions by imposing tariffs of up to 25% on some American goods.
Invoking the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, U.S. President Donald Trump issues several executive orders barring firms and American citizens from trading and doing financial transactions with Chinese technology companies ByteDance and Tencent, effectively banning their respective apps TikTok and WeChat within the United States. The orders are set to go into effect in 45 days.
The Trump administration lifts tariffs on 437 goods, amid talks. Chinese officials cancel a planned farm visit to return to China earlier.
China publishes a list of 16 U.S. goods that will be temporarily exempted from its retaliatory import tariffs.
U.S. President Donald Trump states on Twitter that he has "hereby ordered" that U.S. companies find an alternative for manufacturing in China and relocate "HOME."
The United States begins collecting the higher, 25 percent tariffs on many Chinese goods arriving in U.S. seaports.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) bans Huawei scientists from reviewing submissions to its peer-reviewed journals, due to the "severe legal implications" of U.S. sanctions against the Chinese company.
Huawei files for a summary judgment, seeking to expedite its March lawsuit against the U.S. Government, challenging the constitutionality of "Section 889" of the National Defense Authorization Act that bans U.S. executive government agencies from procuring Huawei and ZTE telecommunications equipment based on national security.
The United States increases tariffs from 10% to 25% on $200 billion worth of imports from China after no deal materialized prior to the midnight deadline.
Chinese stocks are down, falling more than 5 percent as of midday, following U.S. President Donald Trump's threats to raise tariffs against Chinese-made goods on Sunday. The current negotiations for a new deal between the two countries, originally planned for Wednesday, are now in question. U.S. stock futures fell sharply as well.