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Wall Street drops on weak factory activity, tariffs on metal imports

Reuters Monday, 2 December 2019 ()
U.S. stocks fell on Monday after President Donald Trump decided to restore tariffs on metal imports from Brazil and Argentina, and weak factory activity fanned worries of a slowing domestic economy due to a long-drawn trade war with China.
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