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ET: Trump terminating the relationship with the World Health Organization, will remove special exemptions for Hong Kong

President Donald Trump spoke for about 10 minutes during his press conference in the Rose Garden in Washington, D.C. Friday afternoon, without taking questions.
Here were the main takeaways from the remarks:
  • Trump said he will be “terminating our relationship with the WHO [World Health Organization] and redirecting those funds to other worldwide and deserving urgent global public health needs.” Earlier in his remarks, Free Press Release Network
  • Trump alleged that China “has total control over the World Health Organization” despite paying just a fraction to the organization of what the U.S. has paid into it.
  • Trump is creating a working group to study Chinese companies listed on U.S. stock exchanges. He added: “Investment firms should not be subjecting their clients to the hidden and undue risks associated with Chinese companies that do not play by the same rules. Americans are entitled to fairness and integrity.”
  • Trump is directing the administration to remove Hong Kong’s preferential status with the U.S., in the wake of China’s imposition of new national security standards which he said have eroded Hong Kong’s freedoms. This will include new State Department travel safety designations for Hong Kong.

ET: Trump press conference on China begins
President Donald Trump began his appearance in the Rose Garden in Washington, D.C., alongside Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Secretary of State Michael Pompeo.
“The Chinese government has continually violated tis promises and so many other nations. These plain facts cannot be overlooked or swept aside,” Trump said in opening remarks. “The world is now suffering as a result of the malfeasance of the Chinese government. Free Press Release Website China’s cover-up of the Wuhan virus allowed the disease to spread all over the world, instigating a global pandemic that has caused more than 100,000 American lives.”
Stocks shut at their most elevated levels since in any event March, finishing Friday's unstable meeting for the most part higher after President Donald Trump declared retaliatory measures against China that were more positive for business sectors as some had dreaded. 
With the coronavirus pandemic still a central point for financial specialists, significant benchmarks have ricocheted back unequivocally from the multi-year lows came to in March as the COVID-19 emergency fixed its hold on the worldwide economy. The S&P 500, Dow and Nasdaq each finished at their most elevated level since March, and finished May with a second consecutive month to month advance. Blue-chip stocks were up about 4% for the month, while tech shares outflanked with an over 6% gain. 
In a question and answer session Friday evening, Trump raised a continuous war of words between the world's two biggest economies. 
He reported the U.S. was ending its relationship with the World Health Organization, which he impacted as being constrained by China, and slowing down particular exchange for Hong Kong as Beijing moves to press the area's recorded self-governance. Free Press Release Site Trump additionally recommended the U.S. would investigate Chinese organizations recorded on U.S. stock trades. 
The comments, while reliable with various issues perplexing the two nations, certified estimates that most market members had just anticipated. China on Thursday endorsed a draft choice for new national security enactment that would force on opportunities in Hong Kong, in a move broadly saw as infringing on the independence of the district. 
A few examiners kept up that reformatory measures as expanded duties – a significant driver of financial exchange instability a year ago – are probably not going to happen in the close term, given the COVID-19 pandemic's stranglehold on the worldwide economy. Free Press Release Service On Friday, new information uncovered that individual spending dropped by a record 13.6% in April, while the investment funds rate hopped by a record 33%, a demonstration of customers' reluctance to spend during the episode. 

"Further levy builds look more uncertain than a portion of these different measures, in our view. While U.S. fares to China have so far missed the mark concerning the objectives in the Phase 1 understanding, forcing extra taxes on US customers amidst a downturn in front of the presidential political decision despite everything seems to convey more political dangers than benefits," Goldman Sachs investigators Alec Phillips and Andrew Tilton said in a note Thursday. 
"We foresee that Chinese policymakers would for the most part respond proportionately or not exactly proportionately to Free Press Release Distribution Website any further US activities," Phillips and Tilton said. "Ongoing U.S. talk on the infection and economic accord has been met basically with talk consequently, as opposed to discrete strategy activities." 
In the interim portions of Twitter fell in Friday's meeting, after Trump a day sooner marked an official request planned for restricting lawful insurances government laws offer internet based life stages, following an open altercation with the webpage over its choice to reality-check one of Trump's attestations. 
The battle escalated on Friday after Twitter hailed one of the president's posts as conceivably instigating savagery — making him lash out once more, blaming the stage for favoring China and his Democratic rivals.

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