The US President Trump will meet China's Vice Premier Lie He at 18:45 GMT on Friday, according to White House schedule.
While no one is anticipating Trump and Liu to announce a comprehensive trade deal, the markets are expecting at least a partial trade deal between both countries.
Bloomberg reported on Thursday that the US is planning to enter into a currency pact with China that could pave the way for a broader deal.
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