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Oil drew support from comments by China’s commerce ministry, which said Beijing would hold vice-ministerial trade talks with U.S. counterparts on Jan. 7-8. The news helped boost sentiment across riskier assets including the U.S. equity and oil markets. Washington and Beijing have been locked in a trade war for much of the past year, disrupting the flow of hundreds of billions of dollars worth of goods and hampering growth. China’s services sector extended its expansion in December, a private survey showed on Friday, bucking a trend of downbeat economic data.

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(Reuters) - A federal judge overseeing lawsuits alleging Bayer AG’s glyphosate-based Roundup weed killer causes cancer on Friday declined to reconsider a ruling that limits evidence the plaintiffs in the litigation consider crucial to their cases. U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria during a hearing in San Francisco federal court denied a plaintiff lawyer’s request to review the decision, saying trials before him should focus on scientific evidence. Chhabria on Thursday granted Bayer unit Monsanto’s request to split an upcoming trial into two phases. The order initially bars lawyers for plaintiff Edwin Hardeman from introducing evidence that the company allegedly attempted to influence regulators and manipulate public opinion.

The decision lifted Bayer’s shares, which on Friday closed up 6.7 percent at 64.90 euros ($74.02), Thursday’s order applies to Hardeman’s case, which is scheduled to go to trial on Feb, 25, and two other so-called bellwether trials intended to help determine the range of damages and define settlement options for the rest of the 620 Roundup cases before Chhabria, Brent Wisner, a lawyer for the plaintiffs, during Friday’s hearing told Chhabria his ruling is “unfair” as their scientific evidence allegedly showing glyphosate causes cancer is inextricably linked to Monsanto’s alleged letter j cufflinks wrongful conduct..

“The science doesn’t exist in some isolated, untouched world,” Wisner said, adding that evidence of Monsanto’s alleged attempts to manipulate, misrepresent and intimidate scientists has to be included. The lawyers contend that such evidence, including internal Monsanto documents, showed the company’s misconduct and were critical to a California state court jury’s August 2018 decision to award $289 million in a similar case. The verdict sent Bayer shares tumbling at the time, though the award was later reduced to $78 million and is under appeal.

But Chhabria slammed that request, saying he did not want plaintiffs to “focus on misrepresenting statements” by Monsanto employees, letter j cufflinks “My point is you’re mischaractarizing what Monsanto people have said, you’re putting your own spin on (it),” Chhabria said, Bayer denies that glyphosate causes cancer, saying decades of independent studies have shown the world’s most widely used weed killer to be safe for human use, But the company faces more than 9,300 U.S, lawsuits over Roundup’s safety in state and federal courts across the country..

ATLANTA (Reuters) - Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Friday said he would not resign even if President Donald Trump asked him to do so, a clear assertion of the U.S. central bank’s independence in the face of Trump’s strident criticism of the Fed’s rate hikes. After the Fed’s decision in mid-December to raise rates for a fourth time in 2018, reports surfaced that Trump had discussed with his advisors the feasibility of firing Powell, and was seeking a meeting with the Fed chair.

Financial markets, shaken by the specter of further Fed rate hikes against a background of weakening global growth but not keen on the idea of a White House trying to directly intervene in rate-setting decisions, reacted badly, Advisors quickly tried to letter j cufflinks calm markets, with White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett telling reporters Powell’s job is “100 percent” safe, But investors have stayed on edge, not only because of the tension between the White House and the Fed, but also because of signs of weakness in global growth and fear that Trump’s trade war with China could hurt U.S, growth..