US STOCKS-Wall Street falls amid nervousness ahead of trade talks
A report that Beijing was increasingly reluctant to agree to a broad trade deal pursued by President Donald Trump weighed on sentiment early. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow helped ease some anxiety, saying it was possible U.S. and Chinese trade negotiators could make progress when they meet in Washington, and said the United States was open to looking at what proposals Beijing brought. Trade talks between the United States and China are expected to resume Oct. 10.
Published:10/7/2019 2:14:50 PM