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Stocks Up Big Before U.S.-China Trade Talks

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Stocks Up Big Before U.S.-China Trade Talks

Stocks Up Big Before U.S.-China Trade Talks

Global stocks are rallying sharply Monday with investors bracing for significant volatility ahead of key trade war talks.

It looks set to be a busy week in markets, with fresh trade talks between Washington and Beijing, the possibility of a fresh government shutdown in the US, and likely confirmation that Germany is in recession.

Despite that, traders are optimistic at the start of the week, with Chinese equity indexes rallying as much as 3% on their return from a break for the Lunar New Year.

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