“I haven’t agreed to anything,” Trump told reporters at the White House. “But we’re getting along very well with China. They want to make a deal. Frankly, they want to make a deal a lot more than I do.” Stocks fell Friday on the president’s remarks , but regained their footing later in the session. Markets soared a day earlier after the Chinese Commerce Ministry said the U.S. and China had agreed to roll back tariffs as part of the accord. Some observers said the president’s remarks may be less contradictory than they appear, noting that tariffs are the main leverage held by the U.S. and that Mr. Trump wouldn’t want to commit to lifting them until the Chinese have agreed to other terms the U.S. is seeking, such as increased agricultural purchases and new rules to prevent currency manipulation. “The heart of the problem is the U.S. wants […]