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US-China trade truce sparks rally in world markets

Stocks, oil, metals and emerging market currencies rose after the Trump-Xi deal at the weekend.

Nevil Gibson
Tue, 04 Dec 2018

As expected, financial markets responded positively to a temporary truce in the US-China trade war.

Stocks, oil and emerging market currencies rose after Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping reached a deal at the weekend to spare China from tariffs that were planned to go into effect at the

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Nevil Gibson
Tue, 04 Dec 2018
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