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'A real deal or no deal at all’ – Donald Trump

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The confidence expressed from Beijing regarding the negotiations with Washington on the trade tariffs may not have spilled over in to the Asian equity markets and the USD has struggled to hold its level ahead of today’s market closure due to the day of mourning declared for former President George Bush.

US equities have followed Asia’s in dropping off and this may be due to the confusion circling the markets as to the position between the US and China. Donald Trump stealing a line from events here in the UK tweeted that ‘We are either going to have a REAL DEAL with China, or no deal at all’.



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