Last week Beijing pledged to buy more US farm goods, energy and other products, creating a bump for the US stock market on Monday. Pictured: a sorghum crop in Waukomis, Oklahoma. Photo: AP Last week Beijing pledged to buy more US farm goods, energy and other products, creating a bump for the US stock market on Monday. Pictured: a sorghum crop in Waukomis, Oklahoma. Photo: AP
Last week Beijing pledged to buy more US farm goods, energy and other products, creating a bump for the US stock market on Monday. Pictured: a sorghum crop in Waukomis, Oklahoma. Photo: AP

US stocks jump on ‘meaningful progress’ in China-US trade talks

Investors applaud China’s pledge to buy more American goods and US’s delay of tariffs on up to US$150 billion in goods from China

Topic |   US-China trade war
Last week Beijing pledged to buy more US farm goods, energy and other products, creating a bump for the US stock market on Monday. Pictured: a sorghum crop in Waukomis, Oklahoma. Photo: AP Last week Beijing pledged to buy more US farm goods, energy and other products, creating a bump for the US stock market on Monday. Pictured: a sorghum crop in Waukomis, Oklahoma. Photo: AP
Last week Beijing pledged to buy more US farm goods, energy and other products, creating a bump for the US stock market on Monday. Pictured: a sorghum crop in Waukomis, Oklahoma. Photo: AP
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