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Promising U.S.-China Trade Talks Ease Fears In European Markets

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Promising U.S.-China Trade Talks Ease Fears In European Markets

Promising U.S.-China Trade Talks Ease Fears In European Markets

European shares rose on Friday amid encouraging signs from U.S.-China trade talks.

The uptick comes after weak data from both countries sent world stocks plunging.

According to Reuters, Europe’s STOXX 600 gained 0.8 percent.

German equities staged a strong recovery from early losses.

Chinese President Xi Jinping told top US trade negotiators that talks between China and the United States this week made important progress.

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