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Dow Leaps 300 Points

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Dow Leaps 300 Points

Dow Leaps 300 Points

On Monday, US stocks climbed 300-points.

Investors warmed to President Donald Trump's weekend stimulus orders against China tensions and new coronavirus cases.

On Saturday, President Trump signed executive actions extending coronavirus aid after Congress failed to come to an agreement last week.

US-China tensions escalated when China imposed fresh sanctions on several members of Congress over Hong Kong.


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