Listen: Stocks string together three-day winning streak on trade hopes
"In Beijing earlier today that lasted longer than expected officials at details will be released soon raising hopes that an all out trade war could be avoided more from this morning's Mike Gavin, the talks were extended into an unscheduled third day today. China's foreign ministry says that shows both sides were serious share prices jumped in Asian markets with the belief that the world's largest economies were inching toward an agreement. However, Reuters says the two sides were further apart on reforms that the Trump administration wants from China eight ordered to stop a led to theft and forced transfer of US technology and on how Beijing will be held to its promises. Gordon? Thanks, mike. This week's meetings are the first face to face talks since President Trump and Chinese president Xi Jinping agreed in December to a ninety day truce in a trade war that has roiled global financial markets."