On Friday, the 8th of November 2019, the White House spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham had confirmed Thursday’s (November 7th) comments from Chinese Commerce Ministry spokesman, Gao Feng, over a plausible tariff pull back in phases adding that tariffs inclined on Chinese exports could be lifted if an accord could be reached, expressing optimism over a potential trade deal between the trade-war-struck United States and China, which had been keeping the global money markets in a lid for more than a year, nonetheless, Grisham did not provide any further detail regarding whereabouts of a possible trade pact.
On top of that, adding she did not want to comment ahead of further trade talks between Washington and Beijing, which had been keeping the traders on their heels across the globe, Grisham said in an interview with Fox Business Network earlier at US trading hours on Friday (November 8th), “We’re very optimistic for some kind of a deal, and I imagine if we reach one then some tariffs could be lifted.
” Nonetheless, upbeat comments from the White House spokeswoman Grisham comes over the heels of a media headlines broke off late on Thursday (November 7th) saying that the leading US negotiators had internal differences on a potential tariff roll back.
However, despite Grisham’s comment on a possible tariff lift on Chinse exports in a near-term outlook that largely coincided with yesterday’s press-briefing of Chinese Commerce Ministry spokesman, Gao Feng, Wall St.
opened Friday’s (November 8th) market lower over controversy on trade comments, while regional Pan-European STOXX 50 ended up the day 0.30 per cent lower.