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Dow, stock futures fell after fears of trade retaliation from China

USATODAY.com Sunday, 12 May 2019
Stocks futures fell in pre-market trading after the president’s chief economic adviser said he expects China to retaliate against the higher tariffs.
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SYDNEY (Reuters) - U.S. stock futures and Asian shares fell on Monday on growing anxiety over whether the United States and China will be able to salvage a trade deal, after Washington sharply hiked tariffs and Beijing vowed to retaliate. FILE PHOTO: A man in a bicycle stops in front of an electronic...

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