By Jeff Mason and Yawen Chen

WASHINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) – U.S. officials on Friday signaled good news was coming after a second day of trade talks with China ended, boosting investor hopes that the world’s two largest economies would agree to cool the fires of their 15-month tariff war.

Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, Beijing’s lead trade negotiator for the talks in Washington, was scheduled to meet U.S. President Donald Trump at 2:45 p.m. EDT (1845 GMT), according to the White House public schedule.

Bloomberg News, citing people familiar with the matter, reported the two sides had reached a partial agreement that…

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