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Stocks fall as Trump signals delay in China trade deal

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Stocks fall as Trump signals delay in China trade deal

Stocks fall as Trump signals delay in China trade deal

U.S. stocks dropped on Tuesday after comments from President Donald Trump sparked fears of a delay in resolving a bruising tariff dispute with China until after the presidential election in November 2020.

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