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White House adviser Navarro walks back on comments China trade deal ‘over’
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White House trade advisor Navarro gives a television interview at the White House in Washington
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – White House trade adviser Peter Navarro on Monday walked back on his earlier remarks that the U.S.-China trade pact was “over”, stoking volatility in markets already frazzled by the coronavirus pandemic.
Navarro said his comments were taken “wildly out of context”, while U.S. President Donald Trump confirmed in a tweet the deal with China was “fully intact”.
“Hopefully they will continue to live up to the terms of the agreement,” Trump said on Twitter.
Earlier, Navarro told Fox News “it’s over” in an interview when asked about the trade agreement.
He said the “turning point” came when the United States learned about the spreading coronavirus only after a Chinese delegation had left Washington following the signing of the Phase 1 deal on Jan. 15.
“It was at a time when they had already sent hundreds of thousands of people to this country to spread that virus, and it was just minutes after wheels up when that plane took off that we began to hear about this pandemic,” Navarro said.
China on Tuesday responded to Navarro’s claims about the trade deal with disdain.
“He consistently lies and has no honesty and trustworthiness,” foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian told reporters at a regular press briefing.
As for the trade deal, Zhao said: “China’s stance on the issue has been consistent and clear.” He directed specific questions to relevant departments.
Financial markets were choppy, with U.S. stock futures initially turning negative and risk-sensitive currencies including the Australian dollar falling.
They have since recovered much of the lost ground after Navarro, one of the most outspoken critics of China among Trump’s senior advisers, issued a statement saying his comments “have been taken wildly out of context”.
“They had nothing at all to do with the Phase I trade deal, which continues in place. I was simply speaking to the lack of trust we now have of the Chinese Communist Party after they lied about the origins of the China virus and foisted a pandemic upon the world,” he said.
The U.S.-China trade negotiations lasted more than two years, heaped tariffs on $370 billion of Chinese products, whipsawed financial markets and dented global growth well before the coronavirus outbreak triggered a worldwide recession.
U.S.-China relations have reached their lowest point in years since the coronavirus pandemic that began in China hit the United States hard. Trump and his administration have repeatedly accused Beijing of not being transparent about the outbreak.
Trump on Thursday renewed his threat to cut ties with China, a day after his top diplomats held talks with Beijing and his trade representative said he did not consider decoupling the U.S. and Chinese economies a viable option.
Under the Phase 1 trade deal, China had pledged to boost purchases of U.S. goods by $200 billion over two years.
But disruptions wrought by the pandemic saw U.S. goods exports to China fall in the first quarter, providing a further challenge to the Trump administration less than five months out from the presidential election.
“We had expected U.S.-China tensions to escalate in the second half of this year in the run-up to the U.S. elections,” said Vasu Menon, senior investment strategist, at OCBC Bank Wealth Management in Singapore.
“China hawks…like Navarro could gain the upper hand and egg (Trump) on to take action against China. So expect markets to be very bumpy in the second half of this year because of the double whammy from COVID-19 and U.S.-China tensions.”
(Reporting by Eric Beech; Additional reporting by David Brunnstrom and Huizhong Wu in Beijing; Writing by Lincoln Feast; Editing by Leslie Adler, Shri Navaratnam and Jacqueline Wong)
Dow Jones Futures: Stocks Soar As Trump Clarifies US-China Trade Deal; Traders Weigh S&P 500 Bets
The Dow Jones futures are trading higher as traders seek to move past the risk aversion event that jolted the US futures and Asian markets after unclear remarks from Trump Advisor, Peter Navarro. President Trump took matters in his own hands and assured the stock market that the trade deal with China is “fully intact”. Investors are showing little to no concern about rising Covid-19 case counts in the US even though the coronavirus virus is spreading at an alarming rate in Texas.
Both the S&P 500 and Dow Jones futures are maintaining their gains. Meanwhile, geopolitical tensions continue to simmer in the background as the Trump administration puts further restrictions on four Chinese state media outlets. In retaliation, China has halted its poultry purchase from a Tyson plant. So far, the reasoning behind the tension is still mainly due to coronavirus. But the fear is that the phase one trade deal between the US-China could be in jeopardy, especially if Trump presses the matter.
The global stock market is likely to remain fragile risk-takers are uncomfortable with so many moving parts, as countries reopen their economies and lift travel restrictions. Investors will be watching the new growth projections by the IMF that are due tomorrow, and there is very little optimism for this event. The market breadth of the S&P 500 maintains its bull momentum. Gold prices are trading with modest losses, but the upward trend is still intact for the precious metal. Both WTI and Brent oil prices are above the critical price level of $40, and this is likely to bring additional US shale oil production into the market.
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NEW YORK, NEW YORK – MAY 26: The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) stands in lower Manhattan on the … [+] first day that traders are allowed back onto the historic floor of the exchange on May 26, 2020 in New York City. While only a small number of traders will be returning at this time, those that do will have to take temperature checks and wear face masks at all times while on the floor. The Dow rose over 600 points in morning trading as investors see economic activity in America picking up (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
The Dow Jones futures are trading higher by 160 points. Still, the DJIA index is likely to face a wild day and remain vulnerable because investors are less hopeful about a V-shape recovery. However, the US economy is still opening up gradually, which should continue to bolster the economic sentiment and provide more support for the equity markets.
The daily chart for the Dow Jones index confirms that the Dow still lacks some momentum because the Dow futures are trading below the 200-day moving average. If the Dow stocks fail to push the trend upwards, bearish sentiment in the stock market could drag the Dow Jones below its 50-day moving average. If this becomes a reality, then it is likely the Dow will revisit the coronavirus stock market low.
The DJIA index has challenged its 100-week moving average on a weekly time frame, and this is a positive sign. If the Dow Jones moves above this average, we have a strong hope for a new upward trend.
The S&P 500 futures, which show a better representation of the overall stock market, continue to confirm the bull momentum is intact as the S&P 500 index trades above all the important 50, 100 and 200-day SMA on the daily chart.
DJIA chart. Dow Jones futures show some sign of strength as the price has challenged 100-week moving … [+] average. The Dow could gain momntum and stock market may rally
The US stock market rally closed in positive territory yesterday, with the tech sector primarily leading the gains. The VIX futures’ July contract exploded overnight and surged more than 3% as traders became highly concerned about the US and China trade deal. This move confirms a critical factor. If threats continue to assault the US and China trade deal, traders may hedge their bets by looking at this particular asset. In simple terms, a drop in the US stock markets is likely to push volatility higher, and the July contract for the VIX futures represents a potential hedge.
VIX Index. The volatility chart for the S&P 500 index shows that traders are highly sensitive to US … [+] and China phase one trade deal.
Coronavirus cases continue to rise in the US, and people have tested positive for Covid-19 in Texas at an alarming rate. Texas governor has called the recent surge in coronavirus unacceptable. However, he remains firm that closing the economy is still the last option.
The H-1 B visa became the target of President Trump’s new policies as he suspended the entry of some foreign workers until the end of 2020. According to a senior official, Trump’s visa suspension move could open up 525K jobs to Americans. However, it is unclear how the administration reached this number as no explanation was given. President Trump has also suspended the H-2B seasonal worker visas commonly used by landscapers, J-1 holders, and L visas. The business community has raised concerns about the president’s current move as they believe it is likely to stifle economic recovery.
President Trump assured Americans yesterday about the phase one trade deal with China after confusion over Peter Navarro’s comments. The President tweeted “The trade deal is fully intact. Hopefully, they will continue to live up to the terms of the Agreement!”. Adviser Peter Navarro ignited a panic after he responded to a pointed question about the agreement by Fox News interviewer Martha MacCallum. Traders became highly concerned over Navarro’s response, “It’s over. Yes” and this triggered a temporary stock slump. It appears that traders misinterpreted his remarks, and the president’s tweet was a direct answer to remove any conspiracy theory. The tweet is another signal that the matter is very important for both the president and the US stock markets.
The key takeaway from this is that the US-China trade deal needs ultra attention. The Chinese Yuan move, and the US futures can face some wild moves if China pulls out of the deal because of the Trump administration. Donald Trump continues to push on issues that China considers to be internal matters with no need for external interference, such as the new security law in Hong Kong
Author: Naeem Aslam