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few smiles as US China trade negotiations break up in Beijing and sources close to the talks say that with little sign of major progress there was little to smile about much the first deadline for massive U. S. hike in tariffs on Chinese goods still approaches and the data dari reveals more signs of slow down for China that means deflation is again a fear of the produce of crisis load for a seventh straight month in January consumer inflation also eased in another sign of cooling domestic Dimond that's something the US may have to contend with two after Thursday shock December retail numbers showed the biggest sales drop in almost a decade , U. K. sales in January shocked the other way with a surprise rebound but increasingly Britain is on alert over the global outlook as its central bank governor make playing this week there's a wrist the country's turn inwards undercutting growth and prosperity for all , concerns over this possibility are are already impairing investment jobs and growth European chan markets recovered on Friday morning after a week day to wobble but Britain's proximity to its own deadline of March the twenty ninth and breaks it is kept nerves on edge D. A. confirms your into this general confusion everywhere and now it's said that up to a hundred thousand jobs are at stake in Germany if there's no deal Greg sets for the bulls a comment from U. S. treasury secretary Stephen you can that the trade talks with productive sentiment and oil market so Brent crude briefly reach a twenty nineteen high above sixty five dollars a barrel but prices SUNY's back low supply the key driver a note amid forcing signs of grace higher Dimond