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Google Business NewsOct 14, 2019
US futures point to slightly higher open after US-China reach partial trade deal - CNBC
US futures point to slightly higher open after US-China reach partial trade deal  CNBCThe China Trade Truce  The Wall Street JournalMorgan Stanley warns tariff escalation remains a 'meaningful risk' despite partial US-China deal  CNBCTrade agreement with China ignores onerous threats | TheHill  The HillTrump Embraces 'Phase 1' China Trade Deal  BloombergView full coverage on Google News

MarketWatchOct 14, 2019
Europe Markets: European stocks slink back on warier view of U.S.-China, Brexit talks
European stocks took a step backward on Monday as traders took more sober assessments on the prospect of U.S.-China trade pact and a deal for Britain to leave the European Union.

Yahoo BusinessOct 14, 2019
Tencent Airs NBA Games as Chinese State TV Blackout Persists
(Bloomberg) -- Tencent Holdings Ltd. live-streamed two National Basketball Association games played outside of China Monday, even as the nation's top broadcaster shuns the league because of a controversy around Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement.The Chinese social media giant aired a game between the Chicago Bulls and Toronto Raptors and another between Maccabi Tel Aviv and Minnesota Timberwolves, according to its official program. That's despite the WeChat operator last week freezing broadcasts of two pre-season games played in China: a pair of high-profile match-ups between the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets in Shanghai and Shenzhen last week. China Central Television -- the government's flagship broadcaster -- announced its boycott around the same time and has so far not resumed televising.A Tencent representative didn't respond to emailed requests for comment. At stake for the internet giant are billions of dollars in ad and subscription revenue, along with its strategy of becoming a go-to destination for NBA broadcasts online. The social media giant had just inked a $1.5 billion, five-year deal to stream league games online in China. It drew almost half a billion basketball aficionados to its streams last season -- an audience now in jeopardy.Tensions flared after Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey tweeted support for Hong Kong's protests, which some in China view as a secessionist movement, triggering a backlash from companies and fans. By allowing games in China to go forward last week how
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