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Wall Street Set To Open Broadly Lower

RTTNews Tuesday, 22 September 2020
The increase in coronavirus cases and delays in fresh U.S. stimulus are adding much pressure on investors.
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Wall Street's main indexes closed lower on Monday as concerns about new lockdowns in Europe and possible delays in fresh stimulus from Congress raised fears the U.S. economy faces a longer road to recovery than previously hoped for. Fred Katayama reports.

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