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NZ sharemarket hits record high after US/China trade deal

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 16 January 2020
NZ sharemarket hits record high after US/China trade dealNew Zealand, US and Australian stocks pushed on to record highs after the US and China signed an agreement to pause the trade war that has weighed on the global economy for nearly two years.The so called phase one deal signed at...
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U.S. and China Reveal Details of 'Phase One' Trade Deal The limited trade deal was formally signed by President Donald Trump and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He at the White House. President Trump, via 'USA Today' Chinese President Xi Jinping, Statement The deal indicates a break from the trade war...

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