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The US-China trade war and Britain’s exit from the EU continue to influence financial markets: US stocks rose more than 1% after news of future US-China trade negotiations. The economic confrontation between Beijing and Washington may receive a positive impetus, as

Investors have a new cause for concern. Following the trade war between the United States and China, a political crisis is likely brewing in Britain. Prime Minister Boris Johnson plans to dissolve parliament to hold Brexit without deals, but the

China introduced US oil tariffs this Sunday. Such actions were a response to the launch of new US tariffs from September 1 on Chinese-made goods. Despite this, US President Donald Trump says that the two countries should meet in September. On

On Thursday, the United States and China announced that they are ready for cooperation and a meeting of country representatives is planned in September. This pleased the financial markets and pushed stock indices to growth. Dow Jones, NASDAQ, and S&P500