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China Calms Investors

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China Calms Investors

China Calms Investors

Global stocks are rallying Tuesday after China's government sought to sooth investors spooked by recent bad data coming out of the country.

The country's state planner said it will aim to achieve "a good start" in the first quarter for the economy, words widely seen to portend more stimulus in coming months.

You can follow the latest market moves at Markets Insider.

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