G20: Truce in the Trade War

The US and China are on the brakes: after the G20 summit, the heads of state have agreed not to extend the punitive tariffs - a message that should be welcomed by the financial markets for the time being with relief. But some agencies are not so sure. Because in the now-open window of 90 days, not only the subject of tariffs, but also the protection of intellectual property on the agenda - overall, there is now an unbelievable amount at stake, which is why the summit brings the stockbrokers just not a clearly positive message.
Source: Finance Today

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