Global markets looking at cues from US-China talks

Global markets looking at cues from US-China talks

Stock markets in Asia closed largely mixed on Wednesday, as investors awaited the start of US-China trade talks later in the day. Chinese Vice Premier Liu He is set to meet US officials on Wednesday and Thursday. US markets rose sharply on Wednesday after majors including Boeing and Apple surged on the back of their earnings results.

Simone
Simone
Tommy Hawkins
Tommy Hawkins 1 year

Checking Chinese piracy is way past due.

Hannibal
Hannibal 1 year

Good. No progress hurts China more than the US. Too many on the Left have praised the rise of the authoritarian dragon as an antidote to American sins and too many on the right are pretending this is the result of free trade. Both this country, Germany, South Korea, Japan, and France built their economic success on protectionist policy and cutthroat competition at home. We need trade with our allies and friends, not commerce in oppression a la China.

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