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US Futures are Flat as President Visits Asia

US Futures are flat as President visits Asia.  President Trump has been making headlines on his Asia trip, commenting that the US and Japan need to work together to fix trade imbalances.  Brent crude oil futures have been rising as news of a corruption crackdown in Saudi Arabia led to fears of destabilization in the region.  In deal news, Broadcom announced an unsolicited bid to buy Qualcomm, which would be the largest technology deal in history.  European shares are mixed with basic materials outperforming and telecom stocks lagging.  Asian shares closed mixed while President Trump visited the region.  Energy stocks were higher on strength in oil prices.

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