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Wall Street gains on fresh hopes of US-China trade deal

Brisbane Times Thursday, 10 October 2019
US stocks rose on Thursday on optimism that top-level trade talks with China would yield at least a partial deal, while a rise in Apple's shares also boosted the market.
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