Stocks take a dip amid uncertainties over US-China trade deal

Stocks take a dip amid uncertainties over US-China trade deal

A drop was seen in the stock futures index of the United States on Thursday, amidst uncertainty relating to a trade deal between the US and China. Officials from China have expressed concern about the fact that a trade deal between the two countries might not be signed in the foreseeable future.

Scott
Scott
FirstCensorshipThenJail
FirstCensorshipThenJail 4 months

As long as there is a Chinese Communist Party there can never be a trade deal with China. Because there is no China or Chinese market. There is just the Chinese Communist Party. You don't invest in China you invest in the Chinese Communist Party. You don't sell to the Chinese consumer you sell to the Chinese Communist Party. There are not Chinese people there are Chinese Communist party members and then there are Chinese slaves. In either case they are the property of the Chinese Communist Party that decides what they can or cannot buy, say, think, wear, eat, study, read, watch, sing, listen to or believe, as well as, where they can live, what they can build, fix repair, design or dream about.

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 4 months

Always nice to see my point being made by another source. According to the echo chamber, Trump's genius 9D chess strategy would bring China to it's knees. China is still operating at 6% GDP. the US is at 1.9% . There's no slow down on IP theft. China is slowly replacing the US as a needed partner. The US is producing less and selling little. 20 trillion in debt. MAGA???

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 3 months

These yo-yoing stockarket stories benefit no one.

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