Asian markets rise as investors shift attention from US-Iran conflict — Asian market latest
China confirmed on Thursday that its top trade negotiator Liu He will lead a delegation and travel to Washington to sign the initial trade deal next week.
Trump also said he would travel to Beijing “at a later date” to begin a new phase of trade negotiations.
US oil futures shed 0.3% to $59.40 per barrel during Friday’s trading hours in Asia, poised to fall for a fourth straight session. Brent crude, a global oil benchmark, dropped 0.2% to $65.25 per barrel.