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ASX to drop as trade war returns to focus

The Age Thursday, 23 May 2019
Australian shares are poised to slide today after a sell-off on Wall Street was sparked by anticipations of a protracted US-China trade conflict.
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World shares made it four days in the red in the last five on Thursday as concerns grew that the China-U.S. trade conflict was fast turning into a technology cold war. As Francis Maguire reports, the Chinese yuan struggled while sterling lost ground due to the worries about Brexit.

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