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Stocks up on $2 trillion stimulus Wall Street rally; dollar takes a hit

Reuters Thursday, 26 March 2020
A Wall Street rally powered global gains in stocks on Thursday despite a record number of new unemployment filings in the United States, as traders focused on the unanimous passage of a $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill in the U.S. Senate and the possibility that there is more stimulus to come.
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