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Wall Street stumbles late with China tensions rising

The Age Thursday, 28 May 2020
Rally ends after stocks slide in the last hour after President Donald Trump said he would sign an executive order related to social media companies and would hold a news conference on China.
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Stocks reversed course Thursday, after slowing jobless claims had initially provided more juice for the market.

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