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Global growth worries set to weigh on Wall Street at open

Reuters Friday, 9 November 2018
U.S. stocks were set to fall at the open on Friday, as a batch of weak Chinese data raised concerns about global growth a day after the Federal Reserve hinted at gradual tightening of borrowing costs.
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