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Global stocks rise after strong earnings, deal news; data lifts U.S. yields

Reuters Thursday, 16 May 2019
World stock markets were buoyed by deal-making news and solid earnings from Dow components Cisco and Walmart on Thursday while strong economic data pushed U.S. bond yields higher even as investors struggled to make sense of the latest developments in global trade relations.
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