By Paul Wiseman, Dave Kolpack, David Pitt, Associated Press
Closer inspection suggests there isn't much substance, at least not yet, to the temporary truce President Donald Trump announced Friday at the White House after the U.S. and China wrapped up their 13th round of trade talks.
The escalations in the trade war between the world's largest economies are rattling investors already unnerved about a slowing global economy, falling U.S. corporate profits and possibly too-weak inflation.
In our news wrap Wednesday, U.S. and Chinese officials have concluded their latest trade talks without visible signs of progress. A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman called President Trump’s Tuesday accusations that China had reneged on trade promises “laughable.” Also, the…