Stocks Little Changed After 'Phase One' Trade Deal, Reuters

“Beijing has agreed to buy $32 billion in additional agricultural goods over the next two years, U.S. officials said, from a baseline of $24 billion purchased in 2017, before the trade war started. China would also ramp-up purchases of U.S. manufactured goods, energy, and services”. Read more

CNBC questions the foundation of the deal, and judging by the flat price action seen on the major indexes today, and it appears that the market does as well.

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