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Stock futures fall as China's stocks fall on weak exports

US-China Trade Negotiations to Resume in Washington Former Trump Campaign and Job Advisor Curtis Ellis says the week's trade session is China's last chance to show the Trump administration they are serious about doing a deal. 19659003] Chinese exports fell most in three years, while imports fell for a third straight month. There is further evidence of a further slowdown in the economy as hammering in stock markets. MORE FROM FOX BUSINESS … The Dow Jones terminals decreased by 0.5 percent. S & P 500 fell 0.5 percent and the Nasdaq Composite was 0.6 percent. Stock traders are also looking forward to today's monthly job report. Economists are looking for 1 80,000 voluntary jobs to be added to payrolls. China's February exports fell 20.7 percent from the previous year, the largest decline since February 2016, according to customs data. Economists demanded by Reuters had expected a 4.8 percent decline after the unexpected 9.1 percent jump in January. It is another kind of global market that fell on Thursday after the European Central Bank lowered growth forecasts for the region. On Friday, Chinese shares fell over 4 percent, on their worst day in five months. China's Shanghai Composite fell 4.4 percent, Hong Kong's hung bed lost 2 percent and Japan's Nikkei lost 1.5 percent. The shares have been volatile, responding to news about a possible trade agreement between the US and China. Ngeotiators have attempted to conclude an agreement so that the President's drum and Chinese leader Xi jinping can meet…

US-China Trade Negotiations to Resume in Washington

Former Trump Campaign and Job Advisor Curtis Ellis says the week’s trade session is China’s last chance to show the Trump administration they are serious about doing a deal. 19659003] Chinese exports fell most in three years, while imports fell for a third straight month.

There is further evidence of a further slowdown in the economy as hammering in stock markets.

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The Dow Jones terminals decreased by 0.5 percent. S & P 500 fell 0.5 percent and the Nasdaq Composite was 0.6 percent.

Stock traders are also looking forward to today’s monthly job report. Economists are looking for 1

80,000 voluntary jobs to be added to payrolls.

China’s February exports fell 20.7 percent from the previous year, the largest decline since February 2016, according to customs data. Economists demanded by Reuters had expected a 4.8 percent decline after the unexpected 9.1 percent jump in January.

It is another kind of global market that fell on Thursday after the European Central Bank lowered growth forecasts for the region.

On Friday, Chinese shares fell over 4 percent, on their worst day in five months.

China’s Shanghai Composite fell 4.4 percent, Hong Kong’s hung bed lost 2 percent and Japan’s Nikkei lost 1.5 percent.

The shares have been volatile, responding to news about a possible trade agreement between the US and China.

Ngeotiators have attempted to conclude an agreement so that the President’s drum and Chinese leader Xi jinping can meet to sign it.

Trump fired a sharp American customs hike released in early March as the call progressed, but both Washington and Beijing have kept previous records in place.

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White House’s financial advisor Larry Kudlow has told FOX News There is hope that maybe at the end of this month or early April the two leaders will meet and complete an agreement. ” But Kudlow has said nothing is written in cement.

There is no official time. FOX News, however, learned that a date was identified for when a meeting could happen.

FOX Business & # 39; Blake Burman contributed to this article.

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