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Wall Street set for higher open as U.S.-China trade optimism returns

Reuters Friday, 22 November 2019 ()
Wall Street was set to open higher on Friday as latest comments from China and U.S. President Donald Trump lifted hopes of a trade deal after conflicting headlines this week knocked stock indexes off record highs.
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