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Wall Street leads stocks higher, oil falls as virus concerns linger

Reuters Wednesday, 26 February 2020
Gains on Wall Street led stocks across the globe higher on Wednesday, a rebound from a sharp selloff linked to coronavirus worries, but other financial markets felt nagging pressure from concerns over how the disease will affect the global economy.
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