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News video: Global Markets Move On Trump Trade Comments

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Global markets have been boosted by renewed optimism that a deal to avert trade war escalation can be reached with Asian stocks hitting a four month peak. Asian markets, particularly in China, followed Wall Street higher with US futures also pointing up on Wednesday. Europe has also been buoyed by...

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