Major Asian stock markets closed on High note this Thursday because of the high-level negotiations between the two economically strong countries U.S and China. Mainland Chinese stocks rose up 0.78% on the same day, and Shenzhen component gaining 1.38%.
Back on the Last Wednesday, The New York Times reported U.S. President Donald Trump has planned to permit the license for the Huawei goods to sell in the American firms without any legal restriction. But earlier this year, the same administration banned this Chinese telecommunications giant to sell products and goods with the American companies to make other arrangements.
US-China trade talks
Investors are having their two eyes on the U.S.-China trade talks, which everyone can expect a rapid set of development in a short time. On Thursday South China Morning Post reported that there is no progress made on the trade yet, and no progress has been seen for the trade. In discussions, China wasn’t ready to discuss the forced technology transfers in the meeting which held earlier this week.
The trade agreements between Washington and Beijing were highly anticipated by the investors this week. The end war remains a long story, and it is running for more than one year, and the biggest thing here is these two largest economy based countries are struggling a lot come to a deal.
Bloomberg News also reported, In exchange for a currency pact, U.S is ready to agree with the China to next week’s tariff increase. Earlier, The U.S. administration announced that they will increase duties on Chinese goods from 25% to 30%. A 15% tax on an additional is expected to be asked for the Chinese imports from December 15.
A expert told on CNBC this Thursday that he was quite realistic about a quick decision being reached from the discussions.