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The S&P 500, the main benchmark for the USA stock market, has fallen 9.9 percent from its latest record high on September 20. Treasuries fell and the dollar rose.
With the initial market reaction, Wall Street came under a heavy selling pressure and Nasdaq was last seen down 1.26% on the day while the DJIA and the S&P 500 indexes were losing 0.25% 0.05%, respectively.
Investors remained cautious despite the modest gains. General Electric slumped to the lowest since 2009. There have been no trade talks between the countries since August, when the USA imposed the latest round of tariffs. An ETF tracking homebuilders surged the most since April.
"I think we will make a great deal with China, and it has to be great because they've drained our country", Trump said.
Market participants also kept their hopes in check regarding trade.
"We talked about a prospective trade war. The stock market is going to do what it's going to do whether you vote Republican or Democrat". Copper was little changed at $2.74 a pound. The euro edged down after underwhelming economic data. "We are watchful of any retaliatory actions from China, as well as possible slump in Chinese technology stocks".
Imagine if China chose to dispose of them on the bond market. "And it comes at a time when we see all the sentiment indicators in the euro zone but also in the USA, too, cooling down".
Earnings season includes: Macquarie, Apple, Alibaba, Credit Suisse, Exxon Mobil, and Shell.
Monetary policy decisions are due in Japan and the United Kingdom.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average slumped 245.39 points, or 1 percent, to 24,442.92. But in recent weeks they have lost some of their confidence.
The MSCI Asia Pacific Index increased 0.5 percent, the first advance in more than a week and the largest climb in nearly two weeks. Still, the index is down almost 9 percent for the month.
The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index climbed 0.1 percent to the highest in more than 17 months.
General Electric Co, however, fell almost 9 percent.
The pan-European STOXX 600 index rose 0.01 percent.
The Russell 2000 is down 58.20 points, or 3.8 percent. Microsoft shed 2.9 percent to $103.85. Both were up over 7 percent for the year at the start of October.
The price of US crude oil fell 0.8% to $67.04 a barrel in NY.
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-With assistance from Andreea Papuc.