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Wall Street on edge after Hong Kong protests bill

Reuters Wednesday, 16 October 2019
Wall Street inched lower on Wednesday, as a congressional bill related to the Hong Kong protests stoked fears of more friction with China, even as another round of positive earnings reports underlined a solid start to third-quarter results.
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