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Stocks gain, dollar sags as Fed chief shores up rate cut prospects

Reuters Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
World stocks rose, global bond yields fell and the dollar weakened after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell bolstered expectations the Fed would cut U.S. interest rates soon.
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