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Dow climbs 220 points after Trump walks back adviser's negative comments on China trade deal

Business Insider Tuesday, 23 June 2020
Dow climbs 220 points after Trump walks back adviser's negative comments on China trade deal· *US equities climbed on Tuesday after the White House calmed investor nerves by clarifiying that its trade deal with China remains intact.*
· *Futures for major indexes tumbled on Monday evening after White House trade adviser Peter Navarro told Fox News the US-China agreement was "over."*
· *Navarro later walked back the...
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[NFA] Just hours after White House trade adviser Peter Navarro said the trade deal with China was 'over,' he walked back his comments -- which had in the meantime sent financial markets into a frenzy. Gloria Tso reports.

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