Citing people familiar with preparations for the US-China trade talks, Bloomberg reports that Beijing could raise the issue of WeChat, TikTok ban in trade talks with the US this week.
“US and Chinese negotiators are set to discuss the implementation of the Phase One trade deal later this week.”
“Beijing is pushing for recent measures targeting WeChat and TikTok to be on the agenda.”
Traders seem to have turned a deaf ear to the above report, as the risk tone remains firmer in Europe.
S&P 500 futures jump 0.48% to daily highs of 3047.52 while AUD/USD bounces to 0.7125 region.
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