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Wall Street slips after U.S. law on Hong Kong rekindles trade fears

Reuters Friday, 29 November 2019
U.S. stocks opened lower for the first time this week on Friday, as trade tensions resurfaced after China rebuked President Donald Trump's decision to sign into law a bill backing protesters in Hong Kong.
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