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Stocks grind higher as investors cling to trade truce hopes

Reuters Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
Stocks gained on Wednesday as investors clung to hopes that the United States and China could yet agree some sort of trade deal, while the prospect of a last-minute Brexit agreement between the European Union and Britain seemed as remote as ever.
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