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"America's First News continues on this twenty eighth day, February IfM markets this morning. And in Asia shares bell with South Korea's benchmarks thinking one point eight percent. This after talks between President Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN war ended abruptly without an agreement here at home yesterday on Wall Street, the SNP dropped a little more than one and a half points to twenty seven ninety two. The Dow now gave up point three percent. Nasdaq composite gained point one percent the official negotiating the US China trade deal as told lawmakers that there's been progress, but any deal is far from being completed. That's because work requires work continues. And there's a lot of work required on enforcement. Trade Representative Robert lighthizer told a house panel went made it. Will the US or China dominate the industries of the future we have engaged in a very intense extremely serious and very specifically goes with China on crucial structural issues for several months now, we are making real progress. If we can complete this effort, and again, I say if and can reach a satisfactory solution to all to the all important outstanding issue of enforceability as well. As some other concerns. We might be able to have an agreement that helps us turn the corner in our economic relationship with China. I agree with those who see our large and growing trade deficit and their unfair trade practices, including technology transfer issues failure to protect intellectual property large subsidies, cyber theft of commercial secrets and."