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Reuters BusinessFeb 21, 2019
Trump to meet Chinese Vice Premier Liu He on Friday: White House
U.S. President Donald Trump will meet with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, who is leading trade talks with U.S. officials in Washington, at the White House on Friday, the White House said on Thursday.

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MarketWatch MarketPulseFeb 21, 2019
Surprise! California pension fund reportedly had major stake in National Enquirer parent
Californians voted overwhelmingly against Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election, but they might be surprised to learn they owned as much as one-third of the parent company of the National Enquirer, which helped Trump's campaign by reportedly supressing potentially damaging news stories, the Los Angeles Times reported Thursday. CalPERS, California's public pension fund, which is funded by taxpayers and state employees, was one of the largest investors in American Media Inc. as of 2016, the Times reported. It is unclear if it still holds that stake. Through public filings, the Times found CalPERS's stake came from an investment managed by a New Jersey hedge fund. The tabloid was most recently accused of trying to blackmail Amazon.com Inc. CEO Jeff Bezos with salacious photos. A CalPERS spokeswoman told the Times "CalPERS does not align itself with American Media's business actions," or endorse it. A Stanford economics professor told the Times that many Californians would be unhappy to learn they may have helped fund pro-Trump efforts: "That's going to make them feel real good about their pension fund managers!" he said sarcastically.

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Google Business NewsFeb 21, 2019
What to do with the argument that Zion should shut it down? - The Athletic
What to do with the argument that Zion should shut it down?  The AthleticShould Zion Williamson shut it down for the rest of the season? | ESPN Voices  ESPNNike ‘working to identify issue' after Duke star Zion Williamson sprains knee when shoe bursts open  Fox NewsTrump campaign manager links Nike factories to Duke basketball star's injury | TheHill  The HillNike's stock falls after Duke star breaks sneakers  KPRC Click2HoustonView full coverage on Google News

NYTimes BusinessFeb 21, 2019
DealBook Briefing: Could Trump Cave Too Easily on a China Trade Deal?
As the talks wear on, key demands could be softened in order to seal an agreement.

MarketWatch MarketPulseFeb 21, 2019
Stock market stumbles out of the gate as Philly Fed index post first negative reading in 3 years
U.S. stock benchmarks opened lower Thursday as investors awaited the start of a fresh round of talks on trade between the U.S. and China and as a mixed bag of data, with a focus on the first negative reading of Philadelphia-area manufacturing activity since 2016, caused a pause in buying. The Dow Jones Industrial Average edged 52 points, or 0.2%, at 25,885, while the S&P 500 index edged 0.3% lower at 2,776, and the Nasdaq Composite Index fell 0.3% at 7,469. Drawing the most attention in the morning was apparent weakness in manufacturing, with a reading of Philadelphia-area performance, known as the Philly Fed index, in February dropping sharply in to negative territory. The index fell to a seasonally adjusted reading of -4.1 from 17 in the prior month, marking the first negative read since May of 2016 and falling below expectations for 14, based on a survey of economists polled by Econoday. Minutes from the Federal Reserve on Wednesday also appeared to signal a central bank in pause mode, but some signs of a split in how members of the Fed viewed the outlook for the economy may be stoking some anxiety. Meanwhile, current U.S.-China trade negotiations remained in focus after President Donald Trump signaled he would be flexible on the March 1 deadline for an agreement. Midlevel U.S. and Chinese negotiators having been holding meetings this week.

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