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|... promising "to take those tariffs off if we do phase two." The de-escalation of trade tensions between Washington and Beijing should go a long way towards reducing the uncertainty that has plagued the global economy for the past 18 months. Then again ...|
|... U.S. even as the two sides get close to signing a "phase one" agreement." "In private conversations with visitors to Beijing and other interlocutors in recent weeks, Chinese officials have warned they won't budge on the thorniest issues, according ...|
|... Irene could guess, presume and assume but at the end of the day, this is Trump's "Art of the Deal" tactic to get Beijing to kowtow to his demands. No way, toupee! Having worked its way up from being one of the sick men of Asia to the second biggest ...|
|... security" as he did with the lifting of tariffs. The bottomline, a de-escalation of the trade war between Washington and Beijing would be a surprise (a pleasant one) given current sentiments. But an escalation would be a more likely outcome.|
|... reports: "Chinese Vice Premier Liu He agreed to a visit in "early October" during a telephone call on Thursday morning Beijing time with U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, according to a statement ...|
|... economy contracting at an annual rate of around 2.0%." Problem is Hong Kong is no longer an economic heavyweight as far as Beijing is concerned - according to vox.com, it now contributes only 3% to China's economy versus around 27% in the 1990s. ...|
|... fed funds rate by 25 bps to 2.25% at its July FOMC meeting - compounded by Trump's escalation trade tensions with Beijing and the depreciation of the Chinese yuan, raised market anxiety that the current global slowdown would morph into a recession. ...|
|Trump's latest tat (branding Beijing a currency manipulator) for China's tit (allowing the yuan to fall below the psychological threshold of CNY7.0/US$1) highlights just how determined the US president is to win the trade war. Yes Virginia ...|
|... all this time for China to allow market forces to restore equilibrium in its economy. Note that, the powers that be in Beijing have controlled the currency's exchange rate for fear of being officially branded by America as a "currency manipulator" ...|
|... growth. More so, given the slowing Chinese economy - our biggest export client - and the downward pressure exerted on it by Beijing's on-going trade war with Washington. Much will depend on the Fed - and its bias/action on the fed funds rate. The ...|
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