纳斯达克综合指数(Nasdaq Composite)继周一下跌3.4%之后，周二上涨1.14%，道琼斯工业平均指数(Dow Jones Industrial Average)上涨0.82%。
在矿业股受到追捧的带动下，伦敦富时100指数(FTSE 100)上涨1.1%。法兰克福的Xetra Dax 30指数上涨1%。
在周一放假休市的香港，随着交易员们赶上贸易相关戏剧的最新剧情，恒生指数(Hang Seng index)周二下挫1.5%。
“双方都有动力在此之前做出半疯狂和不可预测的行为，以求达成更有利的交易，”麦格理资本(Macquarie Capital)中国经济学家胡伟俊(Larry Hu)表示。
以下为此文英文原文：US and European stocks rise as trade war fears ease
Stocks bounced back from their worst day in months on Tuesday as President Donald Trump reiterated China still wanted to ink a trade deal with the US, allaying some of the market’s fears over rising tensions between the world’s two largest economies.
In a series of tweets on Tuesday morning, Mr Trump said “When the time is right we will make a deal with China”. He went on to say a deal “will all happen, and much faster than people think!”. However he also said while his “respect and friendship with President Xi is unlimited”, any agreement must also “be a great deal for the United States or it just doesn’t make any sense.”
His slightly more optimistic remarks come after China hit back on Monday with its own retaliatory tariffs on about $60bn worth of US goods and sharply escalated the trade war between the two countries.
On Wall Street, the S&P 500 was up 1.4 per cent in mid-afternoon trade, recovering more than half of its 2.4 per cent drop on Monday, its biggest one-day fall since January.
The Nasdaq Composite was up 1.7 per cent, following its 3.4 per cent fall yesterday, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average added 1.4 per cent.
While in hot demand amid Monday’s stock market sell-off, Treasuries cooled a touch on Tuesday, pushing yields higher. The yield on the benchmark 10-year US Treasury was up 1.6 basis points to 2.421 per cent from yesterday’s six-week low.
London’s FTSE 100 rose 1.1 per cent amid demand for its mining stocks. Frankfurt’s Xetra Dax 30 added 1 per cent.
But pressure remained on Asian indices, where weakness continued into Tuesday after Beijing’s retaliation, although China’s currency also found support.
Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index sank 1.5 per cent as traders caught up with the latest trade-related drama following a holiday on Monday.
China’s CSI 300 fell 0.6 per cent and Japan’s Topix was down 0.4 per cent.
China’s offshore renminbi suffered its worst day since July on Monday, weakening more than 1 per cent against the dollar. It was slightly firmer against the dollar on Tuesday.
Donald Trump confirmed on Monday that he would meet his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, at a G20 summit in Japan next month. Some think markets could stay volatile in the meantime.
“Both sides have the incentive to act half-crazy and unpredictable before that in order to cut a better deal,” said Larry Hu, China economist at Macquarie Capital.