Chinese Vice Premier Liu Khe is visiting Washington this week to sign the first phase of the trade agreement with the United States, according to the newspaper, China Southern Morning Post.
Washington sent invitations to Beijing, and accepted them.
The delegation is expected to remain in the United States for a few days, until the middle of next week.
This signature is expected to harm gold prices, which managed to rise above $ 1,500 an ounce.
The yellow metal recorded the price of 1,515.65 Mecca time.
While crude oil prices are expected to get a strong boost from the signing of this agreement.
While the United States denied these reports, Ford:
The White House trade adviser said on Monday that the signing of the trade agreement will take place within the next week, but added that there must be confirmation from US President Donald Trump, or commercial representative, Robert Leithzer.
In an interview on Fox News, the chancellor, Peter Navarro, commented on reports quoting Chinese Vice Premier Liu Khe and his visit this week to Washington to sign the trade agreement.
On Monday, the South China Morning Post quoted a source: “Washington sent an invitation to Beijing, and Beijing accepted it,”
“Don’t believe the reports,” Navarro told Fox News. “Get the news from President Trump (or commercial representative, Robert Lighthizer).”