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Wall Street slips as U.S. law on Hong Kong brings back trade fears

Reuters Friday, 29 November 2019
U.S. stocks slipped on Friday in a post-holiday shortened session as a U.S.-China discord over Hong Kong reignited trade tensions and retail stocks dipped on signs of a tepid start to in-store Black Friday sales.

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