Just as on Wall Street, things slow down during the holidays in Washington, D.C., at least slower than normal.
Nevertheless, President Donald Trump is likely to return for a January filled with positive headlines on trade, one of his principal campaign issues. The White House sent out signals that the Phase One trade deal with China was nearly drafted and a January White House signing ceremony was in the initial stages of talks with Beijing.
Additionally, the Senate is poised to approved revised NAFTA trade deal with Mexico and Canada, known as the USMCA.
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