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Reuters BusinessSep 22, 2019
Republican casino magnate Adelson cautioned Trump on trade war with China: WSJ
A top Republican donor warned President Donald Trump in a phone call last month that his escalating trade war with China could hurt his re-election prospects, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday, citing people familiar with the call.

Reuters BusinessSep 22, 2019
Asian shares firmer on improved Sino-U.S. trade tone, oil up 1%
Asian shares started higher on Monday on hopes of an interim Sino-U.S. tariff deal after the two countries described their talks as "productive" and "constructive", while oil gained more than 1% as Middle East tensions remained elevated.

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Reuters BusinessSep 22, 2019
Asian shares gain on better Sino-U.S. trade tone, oil climbs
Asian shares started higher on Monday on hopes of an interim Sino-U.S. tariff deal after the two countries described their talks as "productive" and "constructive", while oil gained more than 1% as Middle East tensions remained elevated.

Reuters Company NewsSep 22, 2019
RPT-After 'Howdy Modi,' Trump and India's PM could sign trade deal
The United States and India are racing to negotiate a limited trade deal that U.S. President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi can sign at the United Nations General Assembly in New York at the end of September, people familiar with the talks said

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