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Wall Street tumbles at open as Trump signals delay in China trade deal

Reuters India Tuesday, 3 December 2019
U.S. stocks fell at the open on Tuesday after comments from President Donald Trump sparked fears of a delay in resolving a bruising tariff dispute with China until after the presidential election in November 2020.
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