Listen: China, Hong Kong And Doug Christner discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Juliet Sally, and I'm Brian courtesy. In Hong Kong. Trading is underway in Sydney, Tokyo, and Seoul. And we still got an hour to go before Hong Kong and China markets start trade and the tone is a little bit better. Now than what we expected when we started this show. Most of the numbers were read, then the futures indicated flat to slightly lower at the moment, we're sort of flat to slightly higher. He tells coming up with Doug Christner in a moment. But for now, the top stories, which is said to be considering a US request to shift some tariffs on agricultural products to other goods, President Trump was. Peaking in Minnesota and says trade talks with China, a progressing. We're doing well in the negotiation, and it's very comprehensive in the sense that it's a very complete negotiation, which about theft of intellectual property, we're talking about so many other things, but we're also talking about the farmers and ranchers and people that have not been treated fairly Washington says it will not lift its on tariffs on Chinese goods. Even if a trade deal is agrees Volkswagen CEO. Herbert DC says he's quite optimistic about China's car market DC speaking at the Shanghai auto show China. Cheese and driving cars. Policies government policies. But also because society is often for you. Much"