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As the wisdom goes, don't check your 401(k) today. The Dow was off 572 points amid a number of increasing fears.
Axios editor Dan Primack names two:
The big question on trade, asked by the N.Y. Times' Keith Bradsher: "Which country is more willing to endure short-term pain on trade for the long-term gain of playing a leading role in industries like robotics, aerospace, pharmaceuticals, electric cars, artificial intelligence and more."
The bottom line, by Axios' Bill Bishop: "China is willing to make some concessions, though none that jeopardize its "Made in China 2025" plan. Those betting Beijing will just crumple in the face of U.S. pressure will likely be very disappointed."
Larry Kudlow participates in a TV interview outside the White House. Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images
A New York City Council member wants to "bar employers from requiring employees to respond to non-emergency emails, texts and other digital communications outside regular work hours," the AP reports.