Why is the U.S. stock market ignoring a brewing crisis in Hong Kong?

Chris Matthews
Why is the U.S. stock market ignoring a brewing crisis in Hong Kong?

President Trump’s forceful anti-China speech Friday was the latest volley in a deepening conflict between the U.S. and China that have brought relations to possibly the lowest point since the normalization in 1979 and could serve as a prelude to Sino-American disputes taking center stage for markets once again, investors and analysts say.