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Wall St set to open higher on trade deal hopes; tariff deadline closes in

Reuters Friday, 13 December 2019
Wall Street was set to open higher on Friday on hopes that the United States and China would reach an initial deal to end their trade war after Washington set its terms for an agreement, just days before fresh levies on Chinese goods kick in.
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