China to slap new tariffs on $75B in U.S. goods

China plans to add new tariffs on $75 billion in U.S. goods, including cars, soybeans, and oil. Investors are now waiting for Fed Chair Jerome Powell to address the outline on his latest thoughts on the economy. Yahoo Finance's Brian Cheung is live in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and he breaks down the details with Brian Sozzi.

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