In an interview with Tucker Carlson, President Donald Trump said that he is optimistic about a probable trade deal between his administration and the Chinese President Xi Jinping. The news acted as a potential development, making the stock market soar towards high records on early Monday.
The exclusive interview took place during the President’s trip which includes stops like Osaka, Japan for the G20 Summit, first US President’s visit to North Korea to meet with the dictator Kim Jong Un. Trump sat down with Tucker Carlson, the Fox News Channel host, and talked about the country’s possible growing trading relation with Chins. The interview will be telecasted at 8 PM E.T. today.
A trade deal with China spiked the stock market and a sudden increase on the figures was noticed. This trade deal between two biggest countries of the world has appeared to be the main driver in increasing the stock market value. Trump also mentioned in his interview with Carlson that he is hopeful in striking a deal with Chinese President Jinping.
Carlson asked Trump that since he recently met the Chinese President, does he have any plans to making a agreement on trade deal with China? Trump said, “I think so. We had a very good meeting. He wants to make a deal. I want to make a deal. Very big deal, probably, I guess you’d say the largest deal ever made of any kind, not only trade”.
Trump and Jinping met at the G20 Summit in Japan, and he described the meeting as excellent before saying that both the countries are now back on track. The news has arrived at a point where Trump announced that Chinese tech company Huawei is likely to purchase equipments from US companies after it has been blacklisted.
This all may lead to the better building blocks of trading relations between two biggest economies of the world.