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Wall Street rises on tech stocks, shrugs off Brexit vote

Brisbane Times Wednesday, 16 January 2019
Wall Street rises on tech stocks, shrugs off Brexit voteUS stocks rallied to their highest level in more than a month, largely shrugging off the Brexit vote.
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News video: Tech And Internet Stocks Help Markets Recover Losses

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According to Reuters, tech and internet stocks helped Wall Street recover from losses the day before. On the day for Jan. 15th, Netflix shares rose over 6-percent after announcing increased pricing for US subscribers. But gains for Netflix led to gains for Apple, Alphabet, and Amazon. Tech gains led...

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