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Yahoo BusinessMay 24, 2020
Oil Anchored Near $33 a Barrel Amid Rising U.S.-China Tensions
(Bloomberg) -- Oil was anchored near $33 a barrel as an escalating war of words between the U.S. and China added to caution over the prospects for a global recovery in demand.China warned on Sunday that some in the U.S. were pushing the countries toward a new Cold War, stoking concerns that deteriorating relations between Beijing and Washington could complicate the market's recovery from a historic demand crash. Futures edged higher in New York after falling earlier, with trading volumes thin due to holidays in the U.S., U.K. and Singapore.However, there are signs the oil market is positioning itself for a recovery. U.S. shale drillers have cut the number of active rigs to the lowest since 2009, trimming output further. This comes as OPEC slashes output by almost 10 million barrels a day in an effort to reduce a glut.Oil has surged about 75% this month as pockets of demand return in China and India after the easing of lockdown restrictions, and as U.S. crude inventories start to decline. But, the recovery is expected to be long and uncertain, with the risk of a second wave of infections possibly complicating a rebound."The heightening of tensions between the U.S. and China will continue to sully the landscape," said Stephen Innes, chief market strategist at AxiCorp Ltd. However, the overall impact may be limited if there's no "combative retaliation" from Beijing, he said.The U.S. should give up its "wishful thinking" of changing China, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said during his annual news briefing on the sid

Reuters BusinessMay 24, 2020
Asian shares reverse early gains, eyes on China-U.S. trade relations
A gauge of Asian stocks pared early gains on Monday amid souring relations between China and the United States, with Hong Kong shares extending losses on mounting fears about future stability in the city.

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Yahoo BusinessMay 24, 2020
Stocks Trade Mixed Amid Mounting China Tensions: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks began the week in mixed fashion as traders weighed more signs of economies reopening around the world against the rise in U.S.-China tensions.Hong Kong shares extended Friday's slide, following police clashes with protesters marching against China's move to crack down on dissent. Stocks climbed in Tokyo and Sydney, and fluctuated in Seoul and Shanghai. S&P 500 futures nudged higher, building on a rally from late in the Friday session. Oil dipped. Trading volumes may be light with holidays in the U.S., U.K. and Singapore. China set its daily yuan reference rate at the weakest level since 2008 after the increasing tensions drove the currency to a seven-month low.On the virus front, Japan's government is expected to lift the state of emergency in Tokyo and its surrounding regions later Monday, while more Australian children returned to schools and a hard-hit region in northern Italy reported zero fatalities for the first time. Still, the U.S. is considering restricting travel from Brazil, which now has the second-highest number of cases.Fresh turmoil in Hong Kong that spilled over into street protests this weekend is threatening to damage an already souring Sino-U.S. relationship. The U.S. should give up its "wishful thinking" of changing China, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said, warning that American leaders are potentially pushing toward a new Cold War. Bullish sentiment is prevailing for now and global equities remain about 30% higher than the March lows, spurre
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