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Wall Street slides lower as US-China trade deal hopes fade

The Age Wednesday, 20 November 2019 ()
Wall Street's main indexes edged lower on Wednesday as escalating tensions between Washington and Beijing raised doubts about a trade deal.
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U.S. stock indexes dipped slightly Thursday as investors moved to the sidelines with mixed messages and no concrete signs of progress on U.S.-China relations. Fred Katayama reports.

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