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Asian stock markets stem bleeding left behind by Wall Street

CBS News
Asian stock markets stem bleeding left behind by Wall Street

SINGAPORE -- Share prices in Asia rebounded Friday on a report that President Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping may meet at the Group of 20 summit in Argentina in late November. The Wall Street Journal said the White House had informed officials in Beijing it would go ahead with a summit meeting in Buenos Aires. It cited unnamed sources from both sides. There was no immediate word from Chinese officials in Beijing. The aim was to find a way out of the impasse over trade that has led both countries to impose penalty tariffs on billions of dollars of each other's exports. Strong Chinese export data also helped breathe life into share benchmarks that had languished in recent days. Data