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

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 13 August 2019
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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News video: Trump Delays Chinese Tariffs Over Christmas Shopping Concerns for U.S. Consumers

Trump Delays Chinese Tariffs Over Christmas Shopping Concerns for U.S. Consumers 01:25

In an effort to disrupt the U.S. holiday shopping season, President Trump said some Chinese goods will see their imposed tariffs delayed until mid-December. Veuer’s Justin Kircher has more.

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