Top White House economist Larry Kudlow said Tuesday that tariffs scheduled to hit Chinese goods on Dec. 15 are "still on the table," and that he couldn't confirm a Wall Street Journal report that negotiators were "laying the groundwork" to delay them. Speaking at the Journal's CEO Council meeting in Washington, Kudlow said there wasn't a "definitive decision" on the tariffs. Earlier Tuesday, acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney told the same conference that prospects for a phase-one deal were "pretty good. " U.S. stocks SPX, +0.04% momentarily lost some ground following Kudlow's remarks but have since been trading slightly higher to little-changed in late-morning Tuesday action.
Demand is increasingly being driven by the need for enriched data that can be fed into computers, rather than read by humans, according to Mr Snow. “We’re seeing a big shift to data-driven strategies, and fundamental analysis will be more data-driven,” he said. “This is where the industry is headed and where we’re going for it.”
919 ：2019/11/07(Thu) 17:37:30 ID:wrMbeC+Aa.net
ブルームバーグじゃない ロイターだろ。 それもガオとかいう中国商務省の妄想話じゃん
ガオひでえ どこから目線だ貴様いままでどこにいた？！ って感じ。
China's Ministry of Commerce spokesperson Gao Feng attends a news conference at the commerce ministry in Beijing, China, June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
特に、 これ 中国の合意白紙撤回 ちゃぶ台返しから関税が始まったんじゃねーの ガオ痴呆症か？
The tariff cancellation is an important condition for there to be any agreement, he said at a regular press briefing.
The proportion of tariffs cancelled must be the same, and how many tariffs should be cancelled can be negotiated, Gao told reporters.
“The trade war started with tariffs, and should end with the cancellation of tariffs,” Gao told reporters.