Trump is ready to conclude a truce with China in the trade war

The Us President Donald Trump is ready to conclude an agreement with China and end the trade war, Bloomberg writes. This is necessary to restore the US stock market, which started the year unsuccessfully.
According to the newspaper, the early truce with Beijing lobbied several key economic advisers to the President. They are concerned that since December, when Trump and China’s leader XI Jinping at the G20 summit agreed to postpone the increase in duties on Chinese goods, the S&P 500 index fell by eight percent.
The main fall was at the end of December. Then it was associated with an increase in the base rate of the Federal reserve system (FED) and the suspension of the government. In early January, the S&P 500 and Dow Jones indices fell (by 2.48 and 2.83 percent respectively), showing the worst results in the last 18 years amid news of a decline in Apple’s revenue.
The main fall was at the end of December. Then it was associated with an increase in the base rate of the Federal reserve system (fed) and the suspension of the government. In early January, the s&P 500 and Dow Jones indices fell (by 2.48 and 2.83 percent, respectively), showing the worst results in the last 18 years amid news of a decline in Apple’s revenue.
At the end of 2018, the Chinese market fell a record: the total capitalization fell by 2.4 trillion dollars, and the main reason was the trade war with the United States.
On January 7, another round of talks at the level of Deputy Heads of trade departments of the two countries started in Beijing. Trump has already tweeted that the talks are going “very well.” However, specific arrangements have not yet been reported.