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As part of the phase one U.S.-China trade deal, China will purchase $40 billion in U.S. agricultural products. However, Kudlow said those purchases will be made over a two-year period. "The sense we got from the Chinese is they believe it's doable. They've been in the market buying ag and other commodities let's say as goodwill," he said. CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports. » Read More
Peter Andersen of Andersen Capital Management says the U.S. may have more leverage in talks with China because it is coming from a stronger position of negotiation.
Frances Cheung of Westpac discusses the movement in the dollar-yuan. She says the 7 level is not likely to be broken in the near term.
James Liang of Ctrip.com International says there has been "very robust growth" in the number of Chinese travelers going to Europe, Africa and the Middle East, but not the U.S. However, America will be "very attractive" if it remains open to students from China, he says.
Dan Wang of The Economist Intelligence Unit it would be "unwise" for the U.S. to increase tariffs before reaching a deal with China because Washington would lose all the leverage it has over Beijing.
Ken Peng of Citi Private Bank says the fall in Chinese markets could be a buying opportunity in future, but has not experienced enough "negativity" yet.
If U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods are raised, it will escalate any future trade negotiations, says David Sokulsky of the Concentrated Leaders Fund. The markets are still not pricing in a "decent percentage" that no deal gets done, he says.
Chinese Vice Premier Liu He is still set to join a delegation of Chinese negotiators this week in Washington, but the latest development between the world's largest economies has rekindled concerns about the global growth outlook.
Victor Gao of the Center for China and Globalization says the Chinese government probably wants to do the "right thing" in trade talks, even though there is great uncertainty over the tariff threat from Washington.
The London Metal Exchange is setting its sights on Asian retail investors with the launch of dollar-denominated mini contracts for six base metals in the coming months, CEO Matthew Chamberlain said on Tuesday.
Stocks in Asia were mixed on Tuesday amid renewed tensions between the U.S. and China after Washington said tariffs on Chinese goods will rise on Friday.
An escalation of U.S.-China trade tensions could deal a severe blow to California's ports and economy, potentially putting at risk thousands of jobs.
Julian Emanuel, BTIG, on today's stunning stock reversal and whether now's the time to buy in. With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Brian Kelly, Dan Nathan and Guy Adami.
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