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Stocks Slightly Lower On China Fears

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Stocks Slightly Lower On China Fears

Stocks Slightly Lower On China Fears

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian stocks nudged higher on Thursday after see-sawing through a subdued session on concerns over China’s economic outlook, while an anti-climactic end to the latest chapter in the Brexit saga offered sterling a moment’s peace.


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