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US Stock Market Rebounds After Sparking Worry Over Two Days Of Steep Decline

Daily Caller Friday, 12 October 2018 ()
US Stock Market Rebounds After Sparking Worry Over Two Days Of Steep Decline'The dollar is very strong'
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