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Jamie Dimon Wants Trump to ‘Get A Good Deal’ or ‘Walk Away’


Jun. 27 2019, Updated 3:09 p.m. ET

Trump to meet Jinping at G20 summit

This afternoon, the US stock market is trading on a slightly positive note as investors keep their eyes on the G20 summit, where President Donald Trump is scheduled to meet his Chinese counterpart, President Xi Jinping. While the G20 summit will start on Friday in Osaka, Japan, the Trump-Jinping trade talks are scheduled for Saturday morning.

At 1:10 PM ET today, the S&P 500, NASDAQ Composite, and Dow Jones indexes were trading with 0.4%, 0.7%, and 0.2% gains, respectively, for the day.

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Jamie Dimon’s suggestion to President Trump

Earlier this week, Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase’s CEO, told Yahoo Finance that he doesn’t expect the Trump-Jinping meeting to result in a trade deal. Instead, he believes a de-escalation in trade tensions between the world’s two largest economies could be the best outcome.

Dimon also seems to support Trump’s stiff stance on US-China trade relations. He says Trump “should walk away” if he “can’t get a good deal.”

This morning, the Wall Street Journal claimed that Jinping wants Trump to accept his terms before a deal.

US investors are hopeful

Despite the ongoing speculation, investors and large US companies are still hopeful about a Trump-Jinping meeting. A prolonged trade war could severely damage the profitability of many big US businesses, including Apple (AAPL), General Motors (GM), Ford (F) and Intel (INTC), NVIDIA (NVDA), and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). All these companies generate a significant portion of their revenue from the Chinese market.

At 1:40 PM ET today, Apple, GM, Ford, NVIDIA, and GE were trading with 0.2%, 0.6%, 3.1%, 2.3%, and 1.2% rises, respectively, for the day while Intel was down 1.7%.

In April 2019, industrials giant General Electric’s (GE) CEO Larry Culp expressed his optimism about a potential US-China trade deal. He said, “Our sense is that both governments should like to advance the conversation,” the Japan Times reported.

Meanwhile, Boeing (BA) stock came under pressure today after the Federal Aviation Administration found another technical issue in Boeing’s grounded 737 Max aircraft. Boeing stock was down 2.0% for the day.


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