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How China is Using a Trump Tactic Against Him
The decision to postpone trade restrictions imposed upon Huawei reveals more important information that can help us know what is going on behind the scenes between the United States and China. Recent headlines have already revealed that the Trade Negotiations have stalled. The thought patterns domestically point to China’s decision to backpedal on already agreed-to negotiating points as rationale. The higher tariffs imposed by Trump were based on the same.
How AAPL is a Pawn in this Trade War
The escalating Trade war between the United States and China has investors on edge, the stock market is reeling, and the most influential company on Wall Street may become a pawn if the two sides fail to take a step in the right direction.
Trump’s Win-Win Situation
If the U.S. trade negotiations with China dissolve without a deal it will be detrimental to the global economy, but it might benefit the U.S. economy.The risks are high.President Trump believes that the U.S. economy is strong in part because of these tariffs. In recent weeks his representatives have said that he intends to play hardball because the U.S. economy is benefiting from this, and he sees no reason to cave to any of the demands China may try to add onto the existing deal.
How To See A Liquidity Warning
Prior to the recent Easter Holiday weekend, there was a distinct relationship between the major markets within the United States. That relationship still exists, and it is a macroeconomic warning. Specifically, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the NASDAQ 100 have been diverging during market hours; that means one goes up while the other does not, and then they swap, and the other goes up again at the expense of the one that was going up before.