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Wall Street drops on trade deal delay concerns

Reuters Wednesday, 20 November 2019
Wall Street's main indexes were lower on Wednesday on concerns that a "phase one" trade deal between Washington and Beijing may not be completed this year, and minutes from the Federal Reserve's October policy meeting offered little help.
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Wall Street&apos;s main indexes closed lower Wednesday on concerns a &quot;phase one&quot; trade deal between Washington and Beijing may not be completed this year. Fred Katayama reports.

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