In One Chart: How U.S.-China trade uncertainty could trigger a stock-market buy signal

U.S. stocks are threatening to post their worst week since early March, largely on the back of renewed threats that the Trump administration will raise tariffs on $200 billion of goods imported from China annually to 25% from 10% as early as Friday.

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But according to Jeff deGraaf, founder of Renaissance Macro Research, rising policy uncertainty usually marks a buying opportunity—though current levels aren’t yet high enough to be considered bullish. “With volatility spiking around trade, there is little to do other than assessing where opportunities versus dangers lie,” he wrote in a Wednesday note to clients.

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