Monday, 18 February 2019 After months of persistent concerns that global economy will suffer from a heated U.S.-China trade war, leading to lower oil demand growth in the world, renewed hopes that an agreement could be reached instilled optimism in market participants last week. Oil prices rallied on Friday to their highest in three months and the highest so far this year, with Brent Crude reaching $65 a barrel and WTI Crude exceeding $55 per barrel. A possible deal between the two biggest economies in the world would drive higher economic activity and could lead…
Investors fixated on the trade negotiations, which are heating up now, should watch these three stocks: Nvidia Corp. , Advanced Micro Devices , and Intel Corp. . It's becoming clearer that a deal between the U.S. and China could certainly include more Chinese purchases of U.S. semiconductor...
Reuters reports that European shares climbed to a record five-month high on Thursday. The increase comes on the heels of fading doubts surrounding a no-deal Brexit and possible delays in the U.S. China..
U.S. President Donald Trump says he's in no rush to complete a trade pact with China and insists that any deal include protection for intellectual property, a major sticking point between the two sides..
According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, President Donald Trump said that he is confident that the United States can seal a trade deal with China, but added that he thinks the US will do very well..
The U.S. and China are closing in on a trade deal, and the result could be a lot more U.S. LNG heading east. Reports suggest that Trump is eager to ink a deal,... OilPrice.com Also reported by •Wealth Daily •Reuters •Newsmax •Firstpost •WorldNews
· *There has been growing hope that the US and China could reach a trade deal soon.*
· *But experts say that wouldn't be enough to stave off a deceleration in... Business Insider Also reported by •IndiaTimes
Capital Economics analysis team thinks that the markets are already pricing in a limited trade deal between the US and China, thereby ruling out further tariffs... FXstreet.com Also reported by •FOXNews.com