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US markets as higher tariffs on Chinese goods kick in

Hours before the meeting on Thursday, the president said tariffs are an "excellent" alternative to a trade agreement with China. "This difficult turn of the US was really a nasty (if not a totally unpredictable) surprise for the markets, which may now have to contend with increased trade tensions beyond what was expected," wrote Hannah Anderson, global market strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management, in and listing. The shares extended this week's big sales fee on Thursday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average has fallen more than 650 points a week, while the S & P 500 has lost about 2.5% after the president's Sunday tweet threatening tariff increases. On Monday, the shares shook off the president's weekend tweet as merely bargaining methodology. But harsher rhetoric by the highest American trade representative Robert Lighthizer refused on the big index. Markets are seen again after the president said it was possible to trade with China this week. The Dow fell almost 450 points on his intraday was on Thursday before the loss occurred and the day ended only 1 38 points down. "This section emphasizes that trade tensions are not really solved until an agreement is signed, sealed and delivered. The sales rate over the past few days is evidence that consensus market expectations may be incorrect, especially when investors rely more on rumors than fact," Anderson said. . The CBOE volatility index, a measure of the 30-day implied volatility of the S&P 500, commonly known as Wall Street's "fear gauge", hit…

Hours before the meeting on Thursday, the president said tariffs are an “excellent” alternative to a trade agreement with China.

“This difficult turn of the US was really a nasty (if not a totally unpredictable) surprise for the markets, which may now have to contend with increased trade tensions beyond what was expected,” wrote Hannah Anderson, global market strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management, in and listing.

The shares extended this week’s big sales fee on Thursday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average has fallen more than 650 points a week, while the S & P 500 has lost about 2.5% after the president’s Sunday tweet threatening tariff increases.

On Monday, the shares shook off the president’s weekend tweet as merely bargaining methodology. But harsher rhetoric by the highest American trade representative Robert Lighthizer refused on the big index.

Markets are seen again after the president said it was possible to trade with China this week. The Dow fell almost 450 points on his intraday was on Thursday before the loss occurred and the day ended only 1

38 points down.

“This section emphasizes that trade tensions are not really solved until an agreement is signed, sealed and delivered. The sales rate over the past few days is evidence that consensus market expectations may be incorrect, especially when investors rely more on rumors than fact,” Anderson said. .

The CBOE volatility index, a measure of the 30-day implied volatility of the S&P 500, commonly known as Wall Street’s “fear gauge”, hit its highest level since 4 January on Thursday.

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