ING analysts point out that Chinese and US trade representatives will return to the negotiating table next week after a break of more than two months.

Key points:
"While President Trump sees a" good opportunity "for a trade deal" sooner than you think, "the news of Chinese companies began buying American agricultural goods this week with a waiver of import tariff laws well for upcoming talks.

However, caution is warranted given the breakdown of previous negotiations. President Trump's intermittent rhetoric against the trade practices of China and the United States, which is now contemplating curtailing financial flows to China, also means that the risk of another round of negotiations ending in vain remains. "

"Besides the trade developments, there is little in the Chinese calendar to drive the markets after a week of trading stoppage for the National Day holiday this week."