The market orientation is largely aligned with the development of world trade, a delegation of US officials intends to go to China for the next round of talks this week. This happens after a discussion in Washington last week that ended without a deal.
The escalation of tensions between the two largest economies in the world cost both countries billions of dollars and stirred up global financial markets. holiday. The index of blue chips has grown by 0.4 percent, although trading volumes still had to be light with Japan on a public holiday.