In an interview on Fox Sports Radio on Tuesday, US President Donald Trump said he used to have a very good relationship with Chinese President Xi Jinping but he doesn’t feel the same way now, especially after the coronavirus pandemic.
Trump added that he has not spoken to his Chinese counterpart in a long time.
The latest Bloomberg report on the US-China trade talks agenda and Trump’s comments is unlikely to bode well for the risk assets in the coming days.
For now, however, the risk-on mood remains undeterred, with S&P 500 futures extending the bounce while the US dollar retreats broadly.
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