That whole 'trade war' thing we reported on quite a bit is simmering down. China and the US had some talks over the weekend, which the Chinese vice-premier said were "positive, pragmatic, constructive and productive". That's the spirit guys.
As you might imagine, Trump's not so happy about this. Back in March, he introduced 'tariffs' on Chinese steel and aluminium, which are basically taxes on products from China, in an attempt to reduce demand for Chinese products and earn more for the state from the ones that do get sold.
China wasn't happy about that, and so the threat of the 'trade war' began. But now things are looking better: Beijing has agreed to increase the amount of American farm exports and energy it buys, and America said it'd put the tariffs on hold.