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"About one tenth of one percent. So Asian stocks are not rallying and to be fair. The US gains were slight we were looking at seven tenths percent gain on the S and P five hundred Jones industrial average. Which was up just under one hundred points, which these days is almost not moving at all. We do see futures trading in positive territory in the US and futures for European stocks. Also trading up we have yours stocks. Fifty futures up about three tenths of one percent. Footsie-100 futures up about two tenths of one percent. And Dax futures also gaining about a third of one percent right now. So there's a look at your equity picture, we give you your data. Every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg radio. We do. Indeed. Let's also deal deeper into our top stories this morning, and we all going to start with that trade theme. It's day. Two of U S, China trade talks with optimism coming through from both sides. Lou. Bloomberg's Bryan cuts is reports. Now from Hong Kong, the Trump administration has expressed confidence it can reach a reasonable deal with China. But how do you define reasonable how much ground is trying to give on structural change to its economy? And what does the US given return? At the moment. Markets are fairly tranquil as investors away details and for its side, China appears to be showing good faith. Traders say state-owned enterprises have been in market spying US made goods, no one expects a full resolution this week, but perhaps a few small steps of progress in Hong Kong, Bryan Curtis. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. All right, Brian. Thanks very much for that. Now, let's get to some more top corporate news here. We're talking about Samsung this morning after the developments with apple the fourth quarter profit and sales missed estimates. At the Japanese company that's in part because of worsening U S China relations and falling demand for memory chips. Anti lie analyst with Bloomberg intelligence says Samsung is also facing slowing handset demand and long term growth drivers like a and five G that won't help much for now this year with the weakness"