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Wall Street Rallies

Wall Street Rallies

According to Reuters, Wall Street’s main indexes climbed on Monday, as investors were relieved after the United States abandoned its plans to impose tariffs on Mexican goods.

On Friday Mexico agreed to step up efforts to stem the flow of illegal Central American migrants, following threats from U.S. President Donald Trump to impose a 5% import tariffs on all Mexican goods starting Monday.

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