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Dow, stocks surge after US delays China tariffs on cellphones, video games computers

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Dow, stocks surge after US delays China tariffs on cellphones, video games computersThe Dow surged Tuesday morning after the US delays some planned tariffs on Chinese goods and removed some items entirely. The S&P and Nasdaq also rose.
 
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