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The Dow surges more than 500 points after the US postpones China tariffs

Business Insider Tuesday, 13 August 2019 ()
The Dow surges more than 500 points after the US postpones China tariffs· *All three major US stock indexes rose on Monday after the Trump Administration said it would exempt some Chinese imports from tariffs scheduled to take effect in September. *
· *The US Trade Representative also said duties on other products, including cell phones, laptops, and some clothing items, would be postponed until...
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