Trump: Expect China to buy $50 billion in US agriculture products

Trump: Expect China to buy $50 billion in US agriculture productsPresident Trump gives comments on the announcement of the U.S.-China trade deal and the passing of two articles of impeachment.


Trump: Expect China to buy $50 billion in US agriculture productsPresident Trump gives comments on the announcement of the U.S.-China trade deal and the passing of two articles of impeachment.
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Trump: Expect China to buy $50 billion in US agriculture products

Trump: Expect China to buy $50 billion in US agriculture products

President Trump gives comments on the announcement of the U.S.-China trade deal and the passing of two articles of impeachment.


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Phase one U.S.-China trade deal: What Cramer and other pros are saying

That seems to be Wall Street’s consensus on the U.S. and China reaching an agreement on “phase one” of a long-awaited trade deal between the world’s two largest economies. That was never offered, and that’s what the president is saying. Now, my experience is that when I say something was never offered and the president confirms it, it was never offered. So, whatever the Chinese are saying [is] an agreement, it’s not a cut in half of the tariffs. And I think that just that uncertainty out of the


That seems to be Wall Street’s consensus on the U.S. and China reaching an agreement on “phase one” of a long-awaited trade deal between the world’s two largest economies.
That was never offered, and that’s what the president is saying.
Now, my experience is that when I say something was never offered and the president confirms it, it was never offered.
So, whatever the Chinese are saying [is] an agreement, it’s not a cut in half of the tariffs.
And I think that just that uncertainty out of the
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Phase one U.S.-China trade deal: What Cramer and other pros are saying

Not a done deal.

That seems to be Wall Street’s consensus on the U.S. and China reaching an agreement on “phase one” of a long-awaited trade deal between the world’s two largest economies. President Donald Trump also halted the next wave of tariffs that was scheduled to go into effect on Dec. 15 and rolled back some existing duties on Chinese goods.

Market professionals largely welcomed the temporary reprieve this initial step towards a broader agreement would bring to the stock market as stocks seek to end the year on a positive note, with the S&P 500 on track for its best year since 2013.

Here’s what three of them, including CNBC’s Jim Cramer, said about the agreement on Friday:

Cramer, who hosts “Mad Money,” wasn’t convinced this meant a full-fledged trade deal was all said and done:

“Let’s say you’re the Chinese and I’m the president. I come in and I say, ‘You know what? Here’s what I’ll offer: I’ll cut all the tariffs in half, and I won’t do the December tariff.’ That was not offered. And yet, in black and white, the paper says it was. That was never offered, and that’s what the president is saying. Now, my experience is that when I say something was never offered and the president confirms it, it was never offered. You could say the whole thing’s one big ‘fake news,’ but it’s not. So, whatever the Chinese are saying [is] an agreement, it’s not a cut in half of the tariffs. Phase rollback? We don’t know what the phase is.”

Jeremy Siegel, Russell E. Palmer professor of finance at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, said the phase one deal was an end-of-year gift for markets:

“Just the fact that there’s a delay — we’re not going to get those 25% tariffs on Dec. 15 — I think is definitely a plus for the market. It would be a bigger plus if we actually got mutual reduction on tariffs. I could see the market up 10% then. But just the delay, that uncertainty, out of the way in the immediate future I think is certainly good for another 5% on the market for the rest of this year. … Remember, Trump did say we’re very close to a deal. We may not get that reduction in tariffs. It may be contingent on them actually doing something. I do believe that this means we’re not going to have that tariff ramp up on the 15th. That’s going to be delayed. And I think that just that uncertainty out of the way is a bit of a Christmas present for the market going forward this month.”

Vincent Reinhart, chief economist and macro strategist at BNY Mellon, said the removal of negative catalysts would help take stocks higher, even as Chinese negotiators may be in a stronger position than investors think:

“On the U.S. side of the table, there has been radical transparency, maybe even a little too much talk as the contestants in the White House put out their view, and so we flip just about every day. On the Chinese side, they release what they want to release when they want to release it. That gives them a competitive advantage. Another fact I like to put into the mix … is when China was granted accession to the WTO back in 2001, it was the fifth-largest economy. It was nestled in between Germany and Italy, not looking too threatening. Now, it’s the second-largest economy. It’s got a big footprint on the global stage and therefore, it has some heft in negotiations. … I think the important part about the deal is reversing some things that were bad — increasing tariffs — and taking off the table something that was going to be even worse — another increase in tariffs. So, it’s the absence of a bad thing that’s good for the outlook.”

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Asia stocks jump as investors await signing of phase one US-China trade deal

South Korea’s Kospi also saw robust gains as it traded 1.26% higher, with shares of chipmaker SK Hynix surging more than 3%. Japanese stocks surged in early trade. The Nikkei 225 gained 2.09% as shares of index heavyweight Fast Retailing soared more than 2%. Shares in Asia jumped in Friday morning trade following news that Washington and Beijing have agreed to a phase one trade deal in principle, pending U.S. President Donald Trump’s approval. The U.S. dollar index, which tracks the greenback ag


South Korea’s Kospi also saw robust gains as it traded 1.26% higher, with shares of chipmaker SK Hynix surging more than 3%.
Japanese stocks surged in early trade.
The Nikkei 225 gained 2.09% as shares of index heavyweight Fast Retailing soared more than 2%.
Shares in Asia jumped in Friday morning trade following news that Washington and Beijing have agreed to a phase one trade deal in principle, pending U.S. President Donald Trump’s approval.
The U.S. dollar index, which tracks the greenback ag
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Asia stocks jump as investors await signing of phase one US-China trade deal

South Korea’s Kospi also saw robust gains as it traded 1.26% higher, with shares of chipmaker SK Hynix surging more than 3%.

Meanwhile, the Bank of Japan’s “tankan” survey released Friday showing business confidence among the country’s large manufacturers diving to its lowest level in more than six years .

Japanese stocks surged in early trade. The Nikkei 225 gained 2.09% as shares of index heavyweight Fast Retailing soared more than 2%. The Topix index added 1.63%.

Shares in Asia jumped in Friday morning trade following news that Washington and Beijing have agreed to a phase one trade deal in principle, pending U.S. President Donald Trump’s approval.

The moves came amid U.S.-China trade optimism. The White House has offered to scrap the next round of tariffs on Chinese exports to the U.S. that are set to take effect on Sunday, sources told CNBC on Thursday. Washington has also proposed slashing existing duties on $360 billion in Chinese products by 50%.

“It is important to realize that there still hasn’t been any official announcements but between Trump’s tweets and reports by the media, there’s more reason to believe that minimally, tariffs will be delayed,” Kathy Lien, managing director of foreign exchange strategy at BK Asset Management, wrote in an overnight note.

“As we’ve learned the hard way, (Trump’s) attitude and decisions can change last minute so until he makes an official announcement which must occur before December 15th, the tariffs could still be be imposed,” Lien warned.

Movements in the British pound were also watched on Friday, with the British currency surging 2.26% to $1.346 after an exit poll showed U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party winning a clear majority of parliamentary seats in Thursday’s general election.

Overnight stateside, stocks on Wall Street rose amid the trade optimism. The S&P 500 gained 0.9% to see a record close of 3,168.57. The Nasdaq Composite also finished at an all-time closing high, adding 0.7% to 8,717.32. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 220.75 points higher at 28,132.05.

The U.S. dollar index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of its peers, was last at 97.397 after earlier seeing highs above 97.2.

The Japanese yen, often seen as a safe-haven currency in times of market uncertainty, traded at 109.37 against the dollar after weakening sharply from levels below 108.6 yesterday. The Australian dollar changed hands at $0.6918 after rising from levels below $0.688 in the previous session.


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Trade deal reaction, manufacturing gauge, housing data: 3 things to watch for in the markets on Monday

Monday will be the first full day of trading after phase one of the U.S.-China trade deal was unveiled. China and the U.S. announced Friday they have reached a phase one trade deal that includes some tariff relief, increased agricultural purchases and structural changes to intellectual property and technology issues. President Donald Trump later said his administration would cancel its next round of tariffs on Chinese goods set to take effect Sunday. Stocks didn’t rally on the trade deal news du


Monday will be the first full day of trading after phase one of the U.S.-China trade deal was unveiled.
China and the U.S. announced Friday they have reached a phase one trade deal that includes some tariff relief, increased agricultural purchases and structural changes to intellectual property and technology issues.
President Donald Trump later said his administration would cancel its next round of tariffs on Chinese goods set to take effect Sunday.
Stocks didn’t rally on the trade deal news du
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Trade deal reaction, manufacturing gauge, housing data: 3 things to watch for in the markets on Monday

Here are the most important things to know about Monday before you hit the door.

Monday will be the first full day of trading after phase one of the U.S.-China trade deal was unveiled.

China and the U.S. announced Friday they have reached a phase one trade deal that includes some tariff relief, increased agricultural purchases and structural changes to intellectual property and technology issues. President Donald Trump later said his administration would cancel its next round of tariffs on Chinese goods set to take effect Sunday. But 25% tariffs on $250 billion in imports will stay in place and existing duties on another $120 billion in products will be halved to 7.5%.

Stocks didn’t rally on the trade deal news due to its lack of clarity. Larry Kudlow appeared on CNBC’s “Power Lunch” on Friday and said the deal should lift business confidence, but “we will see how it works. We will see if the Chinese stay with their word.”


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Asia stocks jump as investors await signing of phase one US-China trade deal

South Korea’s Kospi also saw robust gains as it traded 1.26% higher, with shares of chipmaker SK Hynix surging more than 3%. Japanese stocks surged in early trade. The Nikkei 225 gained 2.09% as shares of index heavyweight Fast Retailing soared more than 2%. Shares in Asia jumped in Friday morning trade following news that Washington and Beijing have agreed to a phase one trade deal in principle, pending U.S. President Donald Trump’s approval. The U.S. dollar index, which tracks the greenback ag


South Korea’s Kospi also saw robust gains as it traded 1.26% higher, with shares of chipmaker SK Hynix surging more than 3%.
Japanese stocks surged in early trade.
The Nikkei 225 gained 2.09% as shares of index heavyweight Fast Retailing soared more than 2%.
Shares in Asia jumped in Friday morning trade following news that Washington and Beijing have agreed to a phase one trade deal in principle, pending U.S. President Donald Trump’s approval.
The U.S. dollar index, which tracks the greenback ag
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Asia stocks jump as investors await signing of phase one US-China trade deal

South Korea’s Kospi also saw robust gains as it traded 1.26% higher, with shares of chipmaker SK Hynix surging more than 3%.

Meanwhile, the Bank of Japan’s “tankan” survey released Friday showing business confidence among the country’s large manufacturers diving to its lowest level in more than six years .

Japanese stocks surged in early trade. The Nikkei 225 gained 2.09% as shares of index heavyweight Fast Retailing soared more than 2%. The Topix index added 1.63%.

Shares in Asia jumped in Friday morning trade following news that Washington and Beijing have agreed to a phase one trade deal in principle, pending U.S. President Donald Trump’s approval.

The moves came amid U.S.-China trade optimism. The White House has offered to scrap the next round of tariffs on Chinese exports to the U.S. that are set to take effect on Sunday, sources told CNBC on Thursday. Washington has also proposed slashing existing duties on $360 billion in Chinese products by 50%.

“It is important to realize that there still hasn’t been any official announcements but between Trump’s tweets and reports by the media, there’s more reason to believe that minimally, tariffs will be delayed,” Kathy Lien, managing director of foreign exchange strategy at BK Asset Management, wrote in an overnight note.

“As we’ve learned the hard way, (Trump’s) attitude and decisions can change last minute so until he makes an official announcement which must occur before December 15th, the tariffs could still be be imposed,” Lien warned.

Movements in the British pound were also watched on Friday, with the British currency surging 2.26% to $1.346 after an exit poll showed U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party winning a clear majority of parliamentary seats in Thursday’s general election.

Overnight stateside, stocks on Wall Street rose amid the trade optimism. The S&P 500 gained 0.9% to see a record close of 3,168.57. The Nasdaq Composite also finished at an all-time closing high, adding 0.7% to 8,717.32. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 220.75 points higher at 28,132.05.

The U.S. dollar index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of its peers, was last at 97.397 after earlier seeing highs above 97.2.

The Japanese yen, often seen as a safe-haven currency in times of market uncertainty, traded at 109.37 against the dollar after weakening sharply from levels below 108.6 yesterday. The Australian dollar changed hands at $0.6918 after rising from levels below $0.688 in the previous session.


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European stocks soar on US-China deal hopes; UK stocks rally on election result

European stocks surged Friday after news that the U.S. and China have reached a phase one trade deal in principle, while the U.K.’s ruling Conservative Party won a commanding majority in the general election. The pan-European Stoxx 600 traded around 1.5% higher by the afternoon, with travel and leisure stocks soaring 3.8% to lead gains as all sectors and major bourses traded in positive territory. Retail stocks added 3.4% while both banks and basic resources each gained 2.6%. The Donald Trump ad


European stocks surged Friday after news that the U.S. and China have reached a phase one trade deal in principle, while the U.K.’s ruling Conservative Party won a commanding majority in the general election.
The pan-European Stoxx 600 traded around 1.5% higher by the afternoon, with travel and leisure stocks soaring 3.8% to lead gains as all sectors and major bourses traded in positive territory.
Retail stocks added 3.4% while both banks and basic resources each gained 2.6%.
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European stocks soar on US-China deal hopes; UK stocks rally on election result

European stocks surged Friday after news that the U.S. and China have reached a phase one trade deal in principle, while the U.K.’s ruling Conservative Party won a commanding majority in the general election.

The pan-European Stoxx 600 traded around 1.5% higher by the afternoon, with travel and leisure stocks soaring 3.8% to lead gains as all sectors and major bourses traded in positive territory. Retail stocks added 3.4% while both banks and basic resources each gained 2.6%.

The Donald Trump administration has reached a phase one deal with Beijing, pending approval from the president, three sources close to the talks told CNBC on Thursday. European equities had experienced a late bounce during Thursday’s session after the president tweeted that a deal was close.

Back in Europe, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party has won a commanding majority in the country’s general election, granting Johnson the power to drive through his Brexit deal and take the U.K. out of the EU before the January 31 deadline. The result is the party’s biggest election win since 1987.

Asian stocks jumped on the U.S.-China trade news, led by a 2.57% leap for Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index while Japan’s Nikkei 225 added 2.55% and mainland Chinese shares all posted strong gains.

Sterling was up 1.85% against the dollar to trade at around $1.3406 on Friday morning as markets reacted positively to the prospect of greater certainty around Brexit.


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Jim Cramer on US-China trade deal: China is playing us

Jim Cramer on US-China trade deal: China is playing usCNBC’s Jim Cramer discusses the announcement from China that there has been an agreement with the U.S. on trade.


Jim Cramer on US-China trade deal: China is playing usCNBC’s Jim Cramer discusses the announcement from China that there has been an agreement with the U.S. on trade.
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Jim Cramer on US-China trade deal: China is playing us

Jim Cramer on US-China trade deal: China is playing us

CNBC’s Jim Cramer discusses the announcement from China that there has been an agreement with the U.S. on trade.


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This timeline shows how the US-China trade war led to the latest deal with Beijing

Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Donald Trump attend a welcome ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on November 9, 2017. The phase one trade deal between the U.S. and China announced Friday follows nearly two years of tariffs, tough talk and false starts. Washington and Beijing struck a partial agreement, which involves relief of some U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods and more Chinese purchases of American agricultural products. The phase one deal eases tensions, for no


Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Donald Trump attend a welcome ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on November 9, 2017.
The phase one trade deal between the U.S. and China announced Friday follows nearly two years of tariffs, tough talk and false starts.
Washington and Beijing struck a partial agreement, which involves relief of some U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods and more Chinese purchases of American agricultural products.
The phase one deal eases tensions, for no
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This timeline shows how the US-China trade war led to the latest deal with Beijing

Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Donald Trump attend a welcome ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on November 9, 2017.

The phase one trade deal between the U.S. and China announced Friday follows nearly two years of tariffs, tough talk and false starts.

Washington and Beijing struck a partial agreement, which involves relief of some U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods and more Chinese purchases of American agricultural products. The Trump administration also said it includes enforceable changes related to intellectual property and technology transfers — two priorities for the White House.

The world’s two largest economies still need to sign the accord. U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said he hoped the sides could sign it in January.

The phase one deal eases tensions, for now, in a trade war that has led to fears about a slowing global economy. The timeline below details the tariff shots Washington and Beijing have taken at each other during the conflict, which has gone on for most of Trump’s term.


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Futures point to higher open as investors monitor China trade talks

Futures point to higher open as investors monitor China trade talks1 Hour AgoU.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Thursday morning as investors continue to digest the Feds latest decision to keep interest rates unchanged as well as track the U.S.-China trade talks ahead of this weekend’s deadline for new tariffs. CNBC’s Rahel Solomon reports.


Futures point to higher open as investors monitor China trade talks1 Hour AgoU.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Thursday morning as investors continue to digest the Feds latest decision to keep interest rates unchanged as well as track the U.S.-China trade talks ahead of this weekend’s deadline for new tariffs.
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Futures point to higher open as investors monitor China trade talks

Futures point to higher open as investors monitor China trade talks

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U.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Thursday morning as investors continue to digest the Feds latest decision to keep interest rates unchanged as well as track the U.S.-China trade talks ahead of this weekend’s deadline for new tariffs. CNBC’s Rahel Solomon reports.


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ECB’s Lagarde: Seeing ‘encouraging’ signs on US-China trade and Brexit

ECB’s Lagarde: Seeing ‘encouraging’ signs on US-China trade and BrexitECB President Christine Lagarde says the U.S.-China trade conflict is “heading in a better direction.”


ECB’s Lagarde: Seeing ‘encouraging’ signs on US-China trade and BrexitECB President Christine Lagarde says the U.S.-China trade conflict is “heading in a better direction.”
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ECB's Lagarde: Seeing 'encouraging' signs on US-China trade and Brexit

ECB’s Lagarde: Seeing ‘encouraging’ signs on US-China trade and Brexit

ECB President Christine Lagarde says the U.S.-China trade conflict is “heading in a better direction.”


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