Analysts at Citi group are out with their expectations from the US-China trade talks scheduled on February 14th and 15th.
“Trump said last he won't that he will not meet with President Xi before the 1 March deadline.
Therefore to look at the tone adopted for of any communication from US officials to assess the chances of the deadline being rolled over, and what conditions there may be.
If no agreement by March 1 they say the deadline could be postponed for 3 months, leaving tariffs at current levels or with the tariff increase implemented in phases.”
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