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US: Stocks jump as shutdown, trade fears recede

#US: Stocks jump as shutdown, trade fears recede

13/2/2019 1:58:00 AM

US: Stocks jump as shutdown, trade fears recede

[NEW YORK] Wall Street stocks jumped on Tuesday as President Donald Trump downplayed the chance of another government shutdown and said he could delay new tariffs on Chinese imports. Read more at The Business Times.

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